Hands around it

The Toshiba Thrive 7-inch's IPS screen delivers clear pictures of the best Web sites in the world!

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Compared with its big sister

Though they look quite similar, there's quite a bit of design difference between the 10-inch and 7-inch versions. Other than size of course.

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Home screen

The Thrive 7-inch's responsive screen allows you to whip around Honeycomb effortlessly.

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Speaker

Here you can see the two speakers located on either side of the bottom edge. Not bad sound for a tablet.

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What's behind door number 1?

See that door on the left? Behind it is some connection goodness.

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The reveal!

The door opens to reveal Micro-HDMI, Mini-USB, and a Micro-SD card slot. Yes, of course this pic was taken at the same time as the others. No, really!

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5-megapixel

Though it takes decent pics, the camera's placement is a major point of annoyance.

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