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Toshiba AT300 32GB 10.1-inch Tablet (nVIDIA Tegra T30SL 1.3GHz, 1GB RAM, Micro HDMI, Micro USB, Card Reader, Android 4.0)

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  • Premium tablet with metal design, only 590g and 8.95mm thin
  • Latest Android Ice Cream Sandwich Operating System – Android 4.0
  • Powerful nVIDIA Tegra T30SL processor for excellent gaming, fast processing and long battery life
  • Full access to Google Play for access to 500,000+ applications
  • Excellent connectivity, full size SD card slot, micro USB and micro HDMI, 5.0MP camera, 2MP webcam
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BrandToshiba
Item Weight1.2 Kg
Product Dimensions38.8 x 24.8 x 5.6 cm
Batteries:1 Nonstandard Battery batteries required. (included)
Item model numberPDA08E-002005EN
Screen Size10.1 inches
Processor BrandNVIDIA
Processor TypeNone
Processor Speed1.3 GHz
RAM Size1 GB
Computer Memory TypeDDR3 SDRAM
Graphics Card DescriptionShared graphics
Operating SystemAndroid 4.0 Ice Cream Sandwich
Lithium Battery Weight170 grams
  
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ASINB008CO26G2
Best Sellers Rank 59,851 in Computers & Accessories (See top 100)
Shipping Weight1.2 Kg
Date First Available26 Jun 2012
  
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20 of 20 people found the following review helpful By Shaun Carter on 2 Oct 2012
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This is an amazing tablet! I spent ages researching and checking all available 10 inch tablets before buying this one. Sure you can get a good 7 inch tablet for less, but I wanted a 10 incher or nothing! I will share my thoughts below, together with how it compares to the Apple ipad 3, as I get fed up of Apple lovers saying the ipad is the best!

The quality is superb, very good quality build. The back is silver metal, so are the sides. The display does pick up alot of fingerprints, but there are screen protectors to help with that. The toughened gorilla glass puts peace to mind too. This is something the ipad does not have.

It is heavy so you can't hold it in one hand for long. Its just a case of placing it on your lap when it use. But the ipad is even heavier.

There is some slight light bleed on the screen when there is a completely black screen, but I rarely notice it. The screen is very bright with controls to manually or automatically adjust brightness. The automatic option reduces battery usage. The viewing angle is incredible and can be viewed from almost any angle.

There are lots of ports to insert a memory card to increase storage, a micro HDMI port, a mini USB port, together with the power charging port. I bought an extension to allow a memory stick to be plugged into the mini USB port too. The ipad has none of these and you cannot expand the storage in an ipad.

The camera quality is super despite reviews. Sure its not as sharp as a dedicated camera, but no camera on any tablet (including the ipad) is as good as a dedicated camera. The video is HD quality and I can't see much difference between the video recorded on this, and full HD video recorded on a dedicated camcorder.
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17 of 17 people found the following review helpful By M. Hitchcock on 19 Aug 2012
I am really blown away by this tablet, it does everything I want beautifully and I'm discovering things I never knew I could do on a computer. I investigated other tablets or before deciding on this one. The IPad gets all the reviews but trying to be objective about it I found it to be limited in in several areas, fixed amount of storage; can't add extra storage, (the Nexus 7 is the same),no HDMI, etc. The Toshiba seem to fit my requirements; 10,1 gorilla glass screen, display equal to most other tablets (not the IPad 3 of course) Tegra 3, Android 4.03 ICS(announced to be upgraded to jellybean soon), 1 GB/32GB internal storage, full-size SD card slot, HDMI & mini USB port and good battery life.
When I first received my AT300 I had a problem with it but Toshiba were very efficient and replaced it very quickly. The new one is fine; fast, solidly built and very easy to use. I have added a Logitech Tablets Speaker which makes it into a great personal entertainment centre;stereo sound transformed into surround sound with the Toshiba software.
Although the touch screen and the screen keyboard work extremely well, for alternative or heavy duty input I can add a Bluetooth keyboard, but currently I can use both a ordinary PC keyboard and mouse via the mini USB port through a USB hub.
I also love watching TED talks in HD on my 42 inch Panasonic TV via the HDMI cable.
The software provided is of good quality and of course I have made good use of the Google Play Store, TED Talks being one of the Apps I really like.
I wondered whether I would find a tablet a passing fad, but I find I use it all the time.
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11 of 11 people found the following review helpful By MazzX on 3 Oct 2012
I have upgraded from the Motorola Xoom to the Toshiba AT300. The Xoom was good but the AT300 is far better with it's quad core processor as well as being so much lighter weight wise. Much less lag on swiping and brilliant screen quality. When hooked up to the micro HD to HD cable I also get fantastic picture quality on my TV. Whether streaming , using an app or internet (I use a 10ft cable). A few people mention light bleed but its nothing; as soon as you open an app, website, office document, publication, you don't notice it. The Gorilla Glass screen also means that it really hard to get scratches. I even prefer it to the ipad 2 I owned prior to becoming an Android convert. 3g would have been useful but apart from that I'm very happy with my choice of tablet. Hope this feedback is useful.
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6 of 6 people found the following review helpful By Mr A J Pearson on 26 Oct 2012
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Did quite a bit or research before buying this tablet and am very pleased with my purchase.Its my first dip into android and I have only had the tablet for two weeks so I am still on a steep learning curve.The tablet is fast and perfect for Skype.Downloaded a couple of games for Tegra 3 and the graphics are brilliant.I think this tablet is a bargain at the price I paid.Would have preferred a hard copy of the handbook.
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4 of 4 people found the following review helpful By john carter on 15 Dec 2012
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Excellent tablet, grossly underrated in the gadget journals, some great,features like the SD card reader, a huge advantage over the iPad and I'd have thought essential for photographers, really useful for those using cards for sound,recording, Does everything you'd,expect at a great price, and seriously scores over the iPad and the trendy 7 inch Androids.
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3 of 3 people found the following review helpful By Douglas Jones on 29 Dec 2012
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I had a look at all the notebooks I could find and decided that I wanted to follow the same browser format that I use at present. The Toshiba seemed the most versatile, having an HDMI, USB & SD card input/output. As it has the Google browser all my browsing bookmarks are ready to hand, so you can access anything that you have bookmarked using Google.
When you turn the Toshiba on, there is some light "bleed" around the edge of the screen, but this is not apparent except for the initial start up. In normal use the screen is crisp & clear with very good HD reproduction. The Microsoft office package translates very well into the inbuilt system and I have been able to view all my Word, Excel & PowerPoint information through a USB flash Drive. You will need a readily available conversion lead from micro to USB 2.
Battery lasts 6/7 hours continuous use, obviously much longer if you put it in standby mode as soon as you have finished with it.
Overall I am completely satisfied with the purchase, does everything I hoped for & more. Really glad I followed my instincts & went for the android system & didn't follow the crowd & get an ipad.
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