Toshiba’s Android tablet certainly thrives to make money for Toshiba

When you buy a tablet,

you expect it to work as well (or better) than a laptop or other mobile technology device. Toshiba has entered the Android tablet market and seems to have a very good idea of ​​what consumers want. This becomes more evident when we look at the reviews of the Toshiba Thrive Android tablet, which was presented just in time for the 2011 holiday season.

The Toshiba Android Thrive tablet comes with a 10.1-inch screen, which is exactly the same as some of the best-selling tablets on the market today. In spite of everything, it is a bit heavier and has a design that is definitely exclusive to Toshiba. Toshiba experts did not want to try to imitate some of the other tablets on the market today but instead went in their own direction with design and aesthetics. And for Toshiba, this bold design decision may be worth it.

The Toshiba Thrive tablet is designed to mimic a laptop more than any other tablet in today’s market.

And because it is more robust and a bit heavier, many users find it easier to use. In addition, with features such as USB ports and a removable battery, users find that, in many cases, especially troubleshooting, it is easier to use than some of the other tablets. In addition, Toshiba has thought a lot about the design and makes it comfortable for users, so it has a unique ribbed back panel that is extremely nice in the hand, which gives it an easy grip feeling. The Thrive’s back panel is completely removable and users can customize their appearance using a colorful replacement of the back panel if they wish.

Since the back panel is removable, users discover that they can use two different batteries with this device, which definitely facilitates long-term charging. According to the company’s specifications, the battery life is around 7 hours, which is quite standard for today’s tablets. Even if you play and download many videos, the battery life is greatly reduced.

This tablet also has other built-in amenities, which include:

  • Supports USB and HDMI,
  • Slotted and textured back for easy fit
  • Replaceable battery
  • Integrated file management system (makes it an excellent choice for companies)
  • Simple controls to adjust volume and standard settings.
  • Droid 3.0 operating system
  • Headphone jacks
  • Extremely high-resolution screen and precise touch screen activated.

If you are looking for an Android tablet capable of mimicking the robustness and function of a laptop. This is a great tablet for you. It is cheaper than the iPad and has performed better on consumer reports compared to popular and popular tablets. Such as the Samsung Galaxy. Also, made by a company as renowned as Toshiba, you know it must be good.

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