Toshiba AT300 the new tablet from Toshiba: Review, Specs & Features

Toshiba AT300 With its powerful processor quad-core Tegra 3 and richly equipped, the AT300 is in a 10.1-inch tablet format.

Toshiba AT300

After marketing its tablets Folio 100, AT100 and most recently AT200, which did not really as successful as hoped, Toshiba does not admit defeat and returned with a new model the Toshiba AT300.

On paper, the promise is enticing. This Toshiba AT300 model with 10.1-inch works Ice Cream Sandwich, the latest version of Android, and features latest generation equipment. The latter includes a powerful quad-core processor (1.3 GHz), Nvidia’s Tegra 3, optimized for resource-intensive games and 1080p HD video.

Equipment in rich slim case

Toshiba AT300

Ultrafine as AT200 (less than 9 mm thick), the Toshiba AT300 is dressed in a stylish aluminium casing. Its screen offers a fairly standard definition of 1028 x 800 points and has a reinforced glass Corning Gorilla Glass. The connectivity of the device is complete: microSD and micro HDMI ports, 3.5mm jack, and more original, an SDHC card reader. Wi-Fi and Bluetooth 3.0, the tablet features a 5 megapixel sensor with flash shooting in HD 720p and a webcam (2 MP / VGA capture).

Already marketed overseas and this model is at the heart of a range that also includes a version with a 7.7 inch AMOLED screen and a little trite, a 13-inch versions that should unfortunately not be distributed in many countries mainly in Europe. For now, the 10.1-inch format Toshiba AT300 and AT270 (7.7 inches) are the only tablets planned for almost many countries. The Toshiba AT300 should be available before the end of this month at the bargain price of 399 euro 16GB version.

Pros
Ice Cream Sandwich
Tegra processor 3
Competitive price

Cons
Limited to screen resolution 1024 x 800 pixels