Summary: When you consider the e-readers are up to $300, this is a good buy. It gives you the reader with more features, power and larger screen. I bought it for the USB port, only to find you CANNOT load an MP3 or a reader. Some of my issues are because it is Android and not the Windows OS I am use to. When the warrenty is up I will probably root it and tinker with it. Weight and size issues other have- after a while you get use it.
Summary: This tablet is amazing. Sadly it's discontinued but it's a decent tablet. The Full sized hdmi comes in handy if you want to stream netflix and the full sized USB is what every tablet needed. I just stick my flash drive in and upload or download files. The removable back cover is perfect because you can replace your battery and the camera quality is decent.
Summary: If you’re into Android products, or if you’re in the market for a decently-priced tablet then this might be perfect for you. PROS ARE: -10-Inch tablet -5 megapixel camera in the back -Front-facing camera at 2 megapixels -Expandable up to 32 GIGS -Has a full-sized USB, HDMI port, and SD card slot -Comes with great apps such as Quick Office CONS ARE: -Bulky & thicker than most tablets
Summary: I like the thrive, it is easy to use. The only thing I don't like about it is that it don't take good pictures or home made videos. Some times the picture's come out dark. I think that they need to build a thrive with a camera flash on the back side of the tablet. I would buy another one like this and I will recommend this tablet to others. The battery life is good, it is light weight, it is also fun to use.
Summary: Yay! The long-awaited Android 4 (Ice Cream Sandwich?) for the Toshiba 10 tablet is finally here. It went online for downloads August 6. It took my tab about two 1/2 hours to download the whole thing but then only just a few minutes actually to install it. Very first impression: a definite improvement. Videos seem to load visibly more quickly and fluently and run more smoothly. Ditto for familiar websites. Thank you (at last), Toshiba.
Summary: Runs as good as new. Inexpensive alternative to the iPad. I love the HDMI and USB ports. Disappointing that Toshiba won't be coming out with the Ice Cream Sandwich version of the OS until later this fall.