|Screen Size||10.1 inches|
|Screen Resolution||1280 x 800|
|Max Screen Resolution||1280 x 800 pixels|
|Processor||1.2 GHz Tegra 3.0|
|RAM||1 GB SDRAM|
|Hard Drive||64 GB|
|Graphics Coprocessor||NVIDIA ULP GeForce|
|Wireless Type||802.11 A/B|
|Number of USB 2.0 Ports||1|
|Average Battery Life (in hours)||10 hours|
Toshiba Excite AT305T64 10.1-Inch 64 GB Tablet Computer - Wi-Fi - NVIDIA Tegra 3 1.20 GHz
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I received the device yesterday and it is very fast and slim. I used it for a good 3 hours straight last night with music playing in the background and experienced no lag at all and still had 70% battery remaining after the 3 hours. The Excite 10 is very well built and feels sturdy in the hands. Not too heavy, but just enough that it doesn't feel like you are going to break it. The WiFi signal was very strong and didn't have any issues there. The speakers sound pretty good considering how small they are. The setup took no time at all and with the Google Restore function, I had all of my phone apps (about 100) on my tablet within 20 minutes.
So far I haven't come up with too many Cons for this device. If I had to list some they would be the following:
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1. SPEED: 9/10
I've ran a few benchmarks on it and so far, only the acer a510 has got higher. Still slightly faster than the TF series from Asus (TF101, TF201, TF300) and definitely faster than the first generation tablets (Samsung Galaxy, Toshiba Thrive, Acer a series, BB Playbook). Haven't run into any problems with speed so far.
2. BATTERY LIFE: 9/10
Again, the Acer a510 tablet is the only one I have run into with a longer battery life. The Asus Prime comes close, but not quite there (I would recommend an app called JuiceDefender, which will greatly help your battery life).
3 SCREEN QUALITY: 10/10
One of the best. Most tablets that are android based and 10.1 inch screens have1280*800 resolutions, however the brightness and clarity is fantastic. A little warmer than the Prime or Galaxy tabs (works great for HD TV or movies)
4. COMFORTABLITY: 7/10
An often overlooked attribute is how comfortable the tablet is to hold. This tablet is one of the thinnest, lightest on the market right now, so it is understandably a little odd to hold in landscape, nut trust me, its not nearly as uncomfortable as the Prime or Iconia a200. Once again, the only other tablet that is more comfy to hold is the.
5. BUILD QUALITY: 10/10
AMAZING! Honestly, the best all around built tablet I have ever experienced hands down. Gorilla Glass, aluminum build, solid.
6. OPERATING SYSTEM: 9/10
Stock ICS is nice to have, and Toshiba throws in some very cool features with its organization. The only reason it loses a point is for the stock programs that can't be taken off.Read more ›
As with the Acer and Asus, I've already gone through two AT305's just to make sure these issues were consistent. But let's go into a bit more of a detailed review first on the AT305 that I've been using for a few days now.
Out of the box, initial impressions are very good. The tablet has a great solid feel to it, it's comfortable to hold, thin, and yes, even light weight. The back has a hard, smooth, plastic feel to it - although I hear its aluminum. If so, it probably has some type of coating on it. Basically, it's one nice looking tablet.
I won't go into details regarding where everything is or what feature it has, as you can easily see this from the pictures. Although the one item I must point out is the SD Card Slot, which is on the right side. There is a blank filler card that must be removed when you want to use your own SD card. While the addition of a full-size SD slot is very welcome, there is nothing to cover the slot once your card is in there.
So your hand will frequently rub against the sharp inside edges of the plastic casing. I'm normally not a big fan of plastic covers, but in this instance, it would have been very nice to have. If you're planning on getting a case, this won't likely be an issue.
I've tested both wireless and GPS extensively and found them to both perform very well.Read more ›
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Not enough internal memory to support even the operating system. Programs are constantly crashing. It takes a special power cord, you can't just plug it into any usb cable. Read morePublished 3 months ago by Edward
Okay - I have to admit this review is nearly 2 years late (sorry Amazon Gods) but for lack of better reasons - I was busy and where I'd have given it a 2.5/3 in 2013... Read morePublished 6 months ago by R Scott
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First thing thing that popped up when I turned on the tablet was "unfortunately android keyboard has stopped working". Don't buy this crap.Published 8 months ago by John Mason
The charger broke, after years of use. Cant find replacement. Does anyone know where I can get one? Love the tablet and don't want to give up on it.Published 8 months ago by Mark Bischoff