Toshiba AT100 Tablet - Android 3.1, 16GB, 10.1" 1080x800, Dual WebCam, WiFi, Bluetooth, USB, HDMI
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If you are looking for a decent tablet, then the Thrive should be at least in your shortlist.
It is not pretty like the Sony, it is not cool like the iPad but it is strong like a tank, connected like GCHQ, cheap like my local pub and overweight like my best friend but who cares.
You cannot help but love the Thrive as it does all that it says on the tin.
The file management system is its best attribute alongside full size ports (the cover sucks for these but we forgive you)and an SD card slot so my 8gb is now 64+ for an extra £20.
This should be sold to companies, the price point is right - that is where it belongs as the bomb proof, ugly duckling that really is quite enjoyable and remarkably easy to live with.
Now can we have a 3g adapter please Mr Toshiba - and how do I remove the naff games you gave me for free, I appreciate the sentiment but they are just sucking space from my machine
Ps does anyone in the UK sell the thin Blurex cover for this yet?
Firstly lets look at what sensible daily usable functuality it has. It has a card expansion slot. Great as i can simply transfer movies from my external hard drive to a 64 gb card and stick it in. Secondly it has a usb port which is an absolute must and works great. The tablet however has not got the juice to run an external physical drive. No matter, thats hardly a drama.
It also has an hdmi outlet which to be honest i cant see me ever using.
So what about the software. Now this for me is very usefull. There is few trial versions on it like docs to go. I found them all perfect for reading docs such as word, pdf, excel. The main big 3. But i did purchace the full version so i could work on excel sheets. Its not the easest or user friendly way to work on an excel spread sheet but then is that what you want out a tablet.
Emails. Very important above all else for me. Again the email system does not have the same interfase as you would find on your regular laptop. But for me its working fantastic. I have my company outlook account which was easy to set up, as was my personal account.
As for all the apps, well i find apps no more than gimics to be honest.
For me it has great graphics. I have skype, movies, email, and document readers. Its light and picks up a wifi signal very easily.
I love it and cant realy say i can find much wrong and highly recomend it. I was tempted to go for something else but the only other thing i could find on offer that the thrive model i have does not, is the 3g access. Now that would then be a definate 5 star. So go on, start thriving in your own one. You will not be disapointed.
Yes it's a great piece of hardware (by Toshiba or whoever they sub-contracted with?), but Samsung and others are actually committed to Android development and therefore your money would be better spent buying one of their models.
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