The fast growing tablet family just got a new member this month. Meet the new Toshiba Thrive, a 7 inch tablet with a very interesting price tag. It went on sale for just $400 and hopes to create a stir in the global tablet market. You can read our review to the 10 inch Toshiba Thrive. Toshiba Thrive is also available in Amazon here.
So what features could ensure that, this new Toshiba tablet will get a fair shot in this competitive game Tech companies are playing today. Well, it’s top model thin, has an easy and accessible design, a pretty sharp NVIDIA Tegra 2 processor, 16GB and 32GB flash memory options. And lets not forget one thing – this is an Android Honeycomb tablet. Therefore feel free to enjoy the whole host of Google apps like Gmail, Google Maps, Google Books, Google Music, Google Videos and much more. The device quickly connects users with the Android Market, so they can purchase whatever apps they might need.
Nevertheless, the new Thrive managed to gather up some criticism, because being the thinner sister of the 10-inch version; it was crucified for being somehow too chunky. It also lacks the full-size ports of its predecessor, but overall the design – including the rubbery back – stayed the same. Toshiba claims that the new tablet will bring a host of incredible features into the world of the costumers like a brilliant HD touchscreen experience, Entertainment-optimized processing performance, better connectivity options and better cameras.
So, far everything sounds so good, and if we’re too judge by the price tag – we wouldn’t mind adding this little gizmo to our collection. It seems worth of a fair shot!
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