The Satellite Click 10 from Toshiba offers a portable, low-cost Windows 10 experience with some impressive battery power.
Debuting at CES 2015, the 8- and 10-inch Windows 8.1 slates feature Wacom tech and a trio of exclusive apps for recording your life.
Don't be tempted by its low price: the Toshiba Excite Go's middling display is too onerous to use.
Debuted at Computex 2014, the 7-inch tablet runs full Windows 8.1 with features that fit its $120 price tag.
Unveiled at the Microsoft keynote at Computex 2014, the 7-inch Encore is basically the company's Android-based Excite tablet running Windows.
The Encore 2 starts at $200 and comes in 8- and 10-inch flavors, but they offer largely identical features.
The Toshiba Encore 8 offers a lot for its price, but the more appealing Dell Venue 8 Pro is a cheaper and sleeker alternative.
By attempting to shoehorn an affordable 13-inch laptop-tablet into a crowded market, the Toshiba Satellite Click ends up as a compromised, underperforming mess.
Though it doesn't have any glaring problems, $600 is way too much for a tablet that fails to stand out in any significant way.
Unconfirmed Toshiba tablet purportedly houses Tegra 4, 10.1-inch screen, storage expansion, and micro-HDMI.
The Toshiba Excite 10 SE looks like, and is, a generic budget-range 10-inch Android tablet...nothing more, nothing less.
Though low-priced, the Toshiba Excite 7 fails to offer as much value as other budget tablets.
If money isn't an issue, the Toshiba Excite 7.7 is a compact tablet with a beautiful display and impressive internal speeds.
The Toshiba Excite 10 provides Tegra 3 performance and huge expandable memory potential, but is priced a bit too high compared with other tablets.
The Toshiba Excite 10 LE sets a new design standard for thin and light 10-inch tablets, but the specs don't live up to the name.
The Toshiba Thrive 7-inch is a decent tablet, but there are simply better options out there for the price.
The Toshiba Thrive is a bulky but aggressively priced Honeycomb tablet that earns its girth with full port support and a removable battery.
Except for its better-looking case, there's little to distinguish the Toshiba e405 from its predecessor.