Toshiba AT300 Tablet Review

Toshiba AT300 Tablet Review

In the many incarnations Android tablets, few have taken great liberty to ‘much around’ with the staple formula. The Toshiba AT300 won’t be changing this fact; it as a by the book Android tablet that does not attempt much of anything new. But don’t be quick to discount it ! At its core, this is one solid, well-realized tablet.

The Toshiba AT300 is not the slimmest tablet around, but it is actually quite thin and very portable. The better part of its design is its solid built. Where certain 10.1 inchers come off as creaky and plasticky, the Toshiba AT300 feels tough and solid. The silver-matte design at its back further enforces this.

Everything else about the Toshiba AT300 is pretty standard. At one side, you will find the power button, orientation look and volume toggle lumped together, while another side features all of its connectivity options, which include HDMI and USB input along with SD support and the SIM card slot.

The 10.1 inch screen displays at an 1280×800 resolution , and mostly does a fine job. Viewing angles are great and images appear appear sharp with good color reproduction. It is rather reflective, however , which mean it won’t work so well under direct light. Still, with its rather loud and clear speakers , the Toshiba AT300 offers an overall enjoyable multimedia experience.

Toshiba AT300 Tablet Review

The Toshiba AT300 runs on Android 4.0 right off the bat, which is good news. Toshiba has largely left the OS untouched, meaning that the interface is as native Android as it can be, which provides for a largely smoother and lesser clutter experience. Everything runs perfectly fine thanks to its quad core Tegra 3 processor, which keeps things silky-smooth and consistently lagless.

The cameras on the Toshiba AT300 ,however, only offers middling quality. The rear 5 megapixels camera works fairly well under sun light , but suffers when used indoors and is mostly grainy. Battery life is rather good in our HD video loop test, we miked 6 hours of juice. Not bad.

Specifications:

Operating System: Android 4.0(ice Cream Sandwich)

Processor: NVIDIA Tegra 3 quad-core processor

Screen: 10.1 inch 1280×800 TFT LCD

Connectivity: Bluetooth, USB 2.0, Wi-Fi,3.5mm audio, microSD

Camera: 5-megapixels camera(rear), 2-megapixels(front)

Dimensions: 260.6×178.9×8.95mm

Weight: 590g

In the many incarnations Android tablets, few have taken great liberty to ‘much around’ with the staple formula. The Toshiba AT300 won’t be changing this fact; it as a by the book Android tablet that does not attempt much of anything new. But don’t be quick to discount it ! At its core, this is one solid, well-realized tablet. The Toshiba AT300 is not the slimmest tablet around, but it is actually quite thin and very portable. The better part of its design is its solid built. Where certain 10.1 inchers come off as creaky and plasticky, the Toshiba AT300 feels tough and solid. The silver-matte design at its back further enforces this. Everything else about the Toshiba AT300 is pretty standard. At one side, you will find the power button, orientation look and volume toggle lumped together, while another side features all of its connectivity options, which include HDMI and USB input along with SD support and the SIM card slot. The 10.1 inch screen displays at an 1280×800 resolution , and mostly does a fine job. Viewing angles are great and images appear appear sharp with good color reproduction. It is rather reflective, however , which mean it won’t work so well under direct light. Still, with its rather loud and clear speakers , the Toshiba AT300 offers an overall enjoyable multimedia experience. The Toshiba AT300 runs on Android 4.0 right off the bat, which is good news. Toshiba has largely left the OS untouched, meaning that the interface is as native Android as it can be, which provides for a largely smoother and lesser clutter experience. Everything runs perfectly fine thanks to its quad core Tegra 3 processor, which keeps things silky-smooth and consistently lagless. The cameras on the Toshiba AT300 ,however, only offers middling quality. The rear 5 megapixels camera works fairly well under sun light , but suffers when used indoors and is mostly grainy. Battery life is rather good in our HD video loop test, we miked 6 hours of juice. Not bad. Specifications: Operating System: Android 4.0(ice Cream Sandwich) Processor: NVIDIA Tegra 3 quad-core processor Screen: 10.1 inch 1280×800 TFT LCD Connectivity: Bluetooth, USB 2.0, Wi-Fi,3.5mm audio, microSD Camera: 5-megapixels camera(rear), 2-megapixels(front) Dimensions: 260.6×178.9×8.95mm Weight: 590g

Review Overview

Design - 7.3
Performance - 7.1
Display Quality - 6.9
Sound Quality - 7.2
Features - 7.5
Battery Life - 8.2
Money Value - 8.3

7.5

Good

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