The Toshiba Excite 10 flexes its huge memory expansion prowess
Two months after its release of the current business Atlantis tablet computer excite and LC.
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I'm Eric Franklin and today -- take a look at my little friend here the Toshiba excite and excite -- feels well as an and as light as most other tablets released these days.
You know less than a pound and a half and more than one point two pounds of -- -- -- take.
And -- bought -- then maybe a bit thinner than the new --
Build quality seems better than the X I -- only with a group metal back.
But it's really been the which not a big deal but something I'm not overly fond of tablets also and yes this is -- --
But the -- feels like he could -- off by cold hearted.
The -- has one thing that makes it stand out to be full size SE card slot which supports up to 120 gigabyte cards.
In addition -- that you also get micro USB micro HDMI. Headphone Jack in a rotation lock.
The bottom and it has dual speakers and a dock connector which connects to Toshiba's proprietary cable.
That is a bit too long and -- guys really really.
And honestly kinda gets in the way.
The front camera two megapixels on the back is megapixels with -- flash.
The back camera records 1080.
Navigating feels snappy enough for an Android tablet however the screen isn't as responsive to the touch as the Asus transformer TF 300.
The tegra -- -- internal some -- scale to higher frame rates but single story. Still only a handful takes specific advantage of the tegra three architecture.
The screen does exhibit some backlight bleeding on the left and right edges especially when viewing a black image.
-- -- comes in 1632 and 64 gigabyte versions starting at 450 dollars.
-- the same price as the Acer Iconia a five and but higher than the Asus transformer TF 300 which starts at 380 bucks -- of the -- -- has expendable memory up -- 128 gigabytes.
But it really seems to be all it has at least stand out.
To public for review for more info in my plan over.
Once again I'm Eric Franklin and has been a first look at the Toshiba excite --