Thosiba Thive 10.1

On December 3, 2011, in Tablet Review, Thoshiba Tablet, by Indra Vladvamp

Currently almost all computer manufacturers produce fever tablets. Perhaps because the trend, lifestyle, and also the progress Technology, including Toshiba, which has been introduced Thrive as a line-up of their tablets. Thrive The first is a 10.1-inch tablet sail with Android 3.1. Like most other Android tablets that existed in 2011, the 10.1-inch Thosiba Thrive chose NVIDIA Tegra chipset 2. Many liked the completeness of the tablet features that have been released this past July 2011. Especially easy to connect to an external HDD (because there is a USB 2.0 in addition to miniUSB), a rich assortment of back cover with different colors, SD card slot and a battery that can be replaced. But I think size is too bulky, with a thickness up to 2 cm. You already know my Samsung and Apple are competing to produce tablets with a slim design, now everything is oriented to the thin! But this one promises Tablets great graphics and ease of surfing the web, check e-mail, and playing games.

Toshiba Thrive which is described as a tough competitor Samsung galaxy tab 10.1 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 makes finding and accessing files in Honeycomb easier. 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 HP TouchPad for being too bulky, the Thrive poses an interesting question. Is a bulky tablet inherently a bad thing or can a tablet justify its extra mass? but weakness, 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.

Specification  :

  • Proccesor : NVIDIA Tegra 2 dual-core mobile processor; Android version 3.1
  • Dimensions : high-resolution (1280×800) widescreen
  • Weight : Starting at 1.6 lbs.
  • Display : 10.1-inch multi-touch widescreen display with Adaptive Display Technology, supporting 720p
  • Camera : 5.0 MP rear camera with autofocus and 2.0MP front-facing webcam; stereo speakers with Toshiba sound enhancements
  • Alert types : Vibration; MP3, WAV ringtones
  • Audio : Loudspeaker stereo speakers 3.5mm jack
  • Internal : 8 GB/16GB/32GB internal memory; USB, mini-USB, and HDMI ports and full-sized SD card reader; Bluetooth and Wi-Fi connectivity supporting Adobe Flash
  • Networking : Wi-Fi® Wireless networking (802.11b/g/n) Bluetooth® version 3.0 + HS
  • Battery : Prismatic Lithium Ion Battery (23Wh)
  • Features : Rotation lock, Gyroscope, 3.5mm Headphone jack, Adaptive Display technology, Hot-swappable back cover, PrintShare(Print documents directly from tablet)  , Video conferencing, Easy Grip non-slip interchangeable rubber backplate, available in a variety of colors; user-replaceable. Supported Formats MPEG-4, WAVE, H.263, Ogg Vorbis, MP3, AAC+, AMR-NB, H.264, AAC, Adobe® Flash, WMA, AMR-WB, ACC+ Enhanced, MIDI.



Related Post :

Tagged with:
The content sidebar has been activated on this page/post but doesn't have any widgets added to it. Add some widgets to this sidebar in appearance > widgets in the admin.

WhiteHousePro by PageLines