Toshiba Thrive / Regza AT300 Tablet

alaTest hat 39 Testberichte und Kundenbewertungen für Toshiba Thrive / Regza AT300 Tablet zusammengefasst und analysiert. Im Durchschnitt wurde das Produkt mit 3.7/5 bewertet, verglichen mit einer durchschnittlichen Bewertung von 4.3/5 für andere Produkte. Der Bildschirm und die Zuverlässigkeit wird von vielen Testern gelobt, aber sie finden die Kamera nicht überzeugend. Über die Größe gibt es verschiedene Meinungen.

Leistung, Preisleistungsverhältnis, Zuverlässigkeit, Design, Bildschirm

Portabilität, Verarbeitungsqualität, Touch-Screen, Kamera

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Expertenbewertung von : Dana Wollman (engadget.com)

Toshiba Thrive

 

This isn't the first time Toshiba has showed up fashionably late to a party. Back in 2009, long after most every other consumer electronics maker big and small had jumped on the netbook bandwagon, the company belatedly released its first mini, the...

Relatively inexpensive ; Full USB and HDMI ports, SDXC reader ; Useful file manager and printing app

Chunky design and chintzy build quality ; Short battery life ; Weak cameras

An SD card slot and full-sized USB and HDMI ports don't fully make up for the fact that the Thrive is bulky, cheaply built and doesn't last long on a charge.

Jul 2011

Expertenbewertung von : Tim Gideon (pcmag.com)

Toshiba Thrive (Wi-Fi)

 

With a removable battery and full USB functionality, the Toshiba Thrive is better outfitted for business than most Honeycomb tablets, but its bulkiness is bound to be a turn-off for some.

Integrated USB, mini-USB, HDMI ports, and SDXC card slot. User-removable battery can be swapped out, replaced. Honeycomb OS is generally well-designed, excels at multitasking.

As thick as a two competing tablets stacked together; the bulkiest of all Honeycomb tablets thus far. Not competitively priced.

Our speed tests put the Thrive in familiar territory—all of the Honeycomb tablets have tested with similar results, owing mostly to the Nvidia Tegra 2 CPU inside all of them. The thrive ran Benchmark Pi a hair slower than the Motorola Xoom ($599, 3.5...

Jul 2011

Expertenbewertung von : Eric Franklin (cnet.com)

Toshiba Thrive review

 

Tablets are generally expected to be "thin and light" small computers with unobtrusive interfaces. Some tablets are thinner and lighter than others, however. While we've praised tablets like the iPad 2 and Galaxy Tab 10.1 for their sleekness and dinged...

The Toshiba Thrive's very aggressive pricing gives it an advantage over most other tablets. Its grooved back, full HDMI and USB support, full SD card slot, and replaceable battery justify its very bulky design. Also, its built-in file management system...

The Thrive's bulky design and hefty weight are not for everyone. Also, awkward back camera placement and a difficult panel removal process make us wish more time had been spent in the design phase. The LED lights on the bezel can be distracting.

The Toshiba Thrive is a bulky but aggressively priced Honeycomb tablet that earns its girth with full port support and a removable battery.

Jul 2011

Expertenbewertung von : Jamie Carter (techradar.com)

Toshiba Excite 10 SE review

 

A cheaper, lower specced AT300

Lower price ; Breezy browsing ; Build quality ; Improved charger

Touchscreen not as sensitive as rival ; Lacks HDMI output ; HD video looks soft

Apr 2013

Expertenbewertung von : PhoneArena Team (phonearena.com)

Toshiba Thrive Review

 

To date, most of the Android Honeycomb flavored tablets we've checked out have all performed similarly with their platform experience, but as we've seen, some are able to distinguish themselves by offering some sort of unique functionality. In fact,...

Aug 2011

Expertenbewertung von : Gerrit Vermeulen (mybroadband.co.za)

Toshiba Thrive AT100 review

 

Toshiba wants in on the tablet PC free-for-all, and who can blame them? Does the AT100 bring enough to the table to be competitive?

The Toshiba AT100 is clear proof that specs aren’t everything. The full USB- and HDMI ports along with some solid internals made it look like a good contender in the tablet PC race, but mediocre battery life and downright bad software makes it fall...

Okt 2011

Expertenbewertung von : K. T. Bradford (gottabemobile.com)

Toshiba Thrive Review: A Middle Of The Road Tablet

 

The Toshiba Thrive may seem fashionably late to the Android Honeycomb tablet party, but considering the fate of certain other rushed-to-market tablets, perhaps there was a good reason for that. Toshiba endeavored to give users features missing from...

Though the Thrive does have some stand out features, it still strikes me as a middle of the road tablet choice. That’s not necessarily bad, because plenty of consumers are middle of the road types. If you’re looking for a tablet that oozes style and...

Sep 2011

Expertenbewertung von : Jamison Cush (TabletPCReview.com)

Toshiba Thrive Review

 

TabletPCReview puts the Toshiba Thrive through the paces to see if the handy function trumps slick form in this Honeycomb tablet review

Full-sized USB, SD card, and HDMI inputs ; Good build quality, grip friendly design ; Works with USB keyboards and other USB accessories

Mediocre display ; Subpar speaker

Toshiba may have taken its time getting the Thrive on store shelves, but that time was obviously well spent crafting an excellent tablet that fills a much-needed niche among like devices

Aug 2011

Expertenbewertung von (xataka.com)

Toshiba Thrive

 

Toshiba Thrive es el próximo tablet del que oirás hablar mucho. Será por dos poderosas razones: que viene con Android 3.1 y que su precio de partida es de los más asequibles, 429 dólares.

Pero el Toshiba Thrive debía hacer algunos sacrificios para plantarse en el mercado. Para empezar, el precio base es para el tablet con memoria interna de solo 8 GB, mientras que los modelos de 16 y 32 GB suben su precio a los 480 y 580 dólares...

Expertenbewertung von : Ludo Schildermans (diskidee.be)

Toshiba AT300SE Android tablet

 

Toshiba kondigt een tablet aan die draait op Android 4.1, Jelly Bean, het nieuwste Android-platform

Nov 2012