Summary: The Thrive has the best I/O of any tablet so far. Full size HDMI output, full size SDHC storage, full size USB port. In addition it is the only tablet with user replaceable battery. As with most Android menu systems -until you learn the weird illogical/stupid interface you will be cursing Google Andoid programmers. For example when you want to move a file, you must first copy and then go back and delete. What stupidity !
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.