The Excite 7.7's AMOLED screen affords it some of the deepest blacks you'll find, this side of the Samsung Galaxy Tab 7.7.
Check out more info on the 13-inch tablet and other Tegra 3 tablets.
April 10, 2012 5:00 AM PDTUpdated: April 10, 2012 10:01 AM PDT
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Here's hoping the Excite 10's final build design is a step above the Excite 10 LE's.
Depending on the size of your head, the Excite 13 could double as an umbrella. You, know, forget I said that.
A sense of scale is sometimes helpful when trying to detemine just how oversize a device is. Unfortunately, I forgot to take into account my oversize hands.
Each tablet sports multiple speakers using SRS sound tech. The Excite 13 has four of these bad boys.
All three tablets connect to PCs using Toshiba's oversize connection standard.
No full HDMI, but Micro works as long as you have the cable for it.
One feature that made it over from the Thrive is support for full-size memory expansion on the 13 and 10. MicroSD support on the 7.7.
Each tablet houses a 5-megapixel camera on the back.
Here you can get an idea of the size differences among the three.
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