05/12/2020

Toshiba Excite AT305T32 10.1-Inch 32 GB Tablet Computer – Wi-Fi – NVIDIA Tegra 3 1.20 GHz Reviews

Toshiba Excite AT305T32 10.1-Inch 32 GB Tablet Computer – Wi-Fi – NVIDIA Tegra 3 1.20 GHz

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  • NVIDIA tegra_3_0 Processor 1.2GHz (1MB Cache)
  • 1 GB SDRAM RAM
  • 32GB 5400rpm Hard Drive
  • 10.1-Inch Screen, NVIDIA ULP GeForce
  • Android 4.0 (Ice Cream Sandwich)

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Delivering more performance, sleek durability and more essential ports and features than the average Android tablet, the Toshiba Excite 10 Tablet is an all-around tablet designed for home and on-the-go use. It features a bright, high definition 10.1-inch LED backlit display with 10-finger multi-touch support, making it an ideal choice for web browsing, reading, games and apps. And it’s powered by a quad-core NVIDIA Tegra 3 processor with GeForce graphics and 1 GB of RAM, opening up the possibilities for both everyday computing and mobile gaming.

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Ultra-powerful with 10.1-inch multi-touch display and quad-core processer (view larger).

 

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Ultra-thin, ultra-light computing power (view larger).

The Excite 10 runs the Android 4.0 (Ice Cream Sandwich) operating system, which builds on the things people love most about Android–a simplified UI, easy multitasking, customizable home screens, resizable widgets, and a full suite of familiar Google mobile services.

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Sporting an elegant yet durable premium design, the Excite 10 measures less than a third-of-an-inch thin and weighs 1.32 pounds. It also offers stereo speakers with Toshiba and SRS sound enhancements, dual cameras for capturing on-the-go photos and videoconferencing, and an array of built-in ports to help you easily connect and share–plus Wi-Fi and Bluetooth connectivity.

This model (AT305-T32) comes with 32 GB of onboard storage, and you’ll get up to 10 hours of battery life on a single charge.

Quad-Core Performance

From scrolling and swiping the web to the fast action of the latest games, the NVIDIA Tegra 3 processor delivers amazing multitasking, web, gaming, and video. This innovative mobile processor features the world’s only 4-PLUS-1 mobile quad-core CPU, providing outstanding performance for even the most demanding applications. Plus, it features a unique fifth low-power core that handles your everyday apps while saving energy, then kicks into full quad-core mode for demanding apps like video editing and gaming.

Bright and Brilliant 10.1-Inch Display

With the Excite 10 Tablet, the view is always great wherever you go. Its 10.1-inch AutoBrite multi-touch, LED-backlit display makes reading ebooks and blogs a pleasure. It has a 1280 x 800-pixel resolution for native HD 720p viewing, and its 16:10 aspect ratio is great for widescreen movies. Plus, its 10-finger multi-touch design lets you navigate and control your visual experience with ease.

The screen is made of lightweight Corning Gorilla Glass, which offers exceptional resistance to the scratches, drops, and bumps of everyday life. It’s cool to the touch and easy to clean, yet sensitive enough to enable today’s most sophisticated touch applications. And because it’s equipped with Toshiba AutoBrite technology, the Excite 10 automatically tunes the screen to the ambient lighting environment, so you always get perfect contrast and rich color saturation.

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Powered by Android 4.0

Spend less time learning new software and apps, and more on what matters with the Android 4.0 (Ice Cream Sandwich) operating system. In addition to easy multitasking and rich notifications, you also get powerful new ways of communicating and sharing. The Excite 10 includes a full suite of familiar Google Mobile Service applications, including YouTube, Gmail, and Google Maps. And Google Play is a new digital content experience that lets you find and enjoy your favorite music, movies, books, and Android apps and games.

Additionally, the Excite 10 comes pre-loaded with a useful mix of Toshiba software and third-party applications, including TOSHIBA Book Place (offering more than 3 million ebooks), the TOSHIBA Media Player that supports content sharing, TOSHIBA File Manager, as well as Netflix and Zinio–the ultimate app for magazine lovers and more.

Dual Front and Back Cameras

Videoconference with clarity using the front-facing 2-megapixel camera with integrated microphone. Additionally, the Excite 10 Tablet offers a 5-megapixel auto-focus rear camera as well, so you can shoot high-quality photos and videos in Full HD 1080p resolution. It’s also great for augmented reality apps, which enhance what you’re seeing through the viewfinder (and experiencing firsthand) by overlaying sound, graphics and relevant text.

Excellent Expansion and Connectivity

The Excite 10 is the only tablet in its class with an array of built-in ports to make moving media content to and from other devices and screens so simple. You get micro HDMI and USB 2.0 ports along with a full-sized SD memory card slot for swapping files, and it has a docking connector for using Toshiba’s optional Standard Dock accessory. It also has Bluetooth for connecting wireless headphones and a keyboard, plus ultra-fast Wireless-N Wi-Fi networking for connecting to home, business, and on-the-go hotspots.

Packed with Sensors

Upside-down, sideways, even miles from nowhere… Wherever you take it, the Excite 10 Tablet knows where it is, and which way is up, thanks to an onboard suite of sensors, including a gyroscope, accelerometer, e-compass, and GPS. Tilt it into a portrait or landscape format–through a full 360 degrees of rotation–for the very best viewing. Experience a whole new way to play games, note your location most anywhere on Earth, and take advantage of today’s popular map applications, photo tagging, and more.

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Specifications

Display

10.1-inch LED-backlit display (1280 x 800 pixels; 16:10 aspect ratio) with capacitive 10-finger multi-touch capabilities and scratch-resistant Corning Gorilla Glass

Operating System

Android 4.0 (Ice Cream Sandwich)

Processor & Graphics

NVIDIA Tegra 3 mobile processor with Super 4-PLUS-1 quad-core with 5th battery-saver core

Storage

32 GB internal flash memory

Memory

1 GB internal DDR3L-1333 memory

Wireless

Wireless-N Wi-Fi networking (802.11b/g/n) plus Bluetooth 3.0

Audio

Built-in stereo speakers with SRS Premium Voice Pro Suite and Toshiba Sound Enhancements

Sensors & Location

GPS, gyroscope, accelerometer, ambient light sensor, digital compass

Cameras
  • 5-megapixel rear with auto-focus, digital zoom, LED flash and Full HD 1080p video capture
  • 2-megapixel front camera with microphone for video chats

Multimedia Playback

  • Adobe Flash support
  • Audio compatibility: MP3, WMA, AAC, eAAC+, Ogg Vorbis, WAVE
  • Video compatibility: MPEG4, H.263, H.264, WMV/VC-1

Ports & Expansion

  • Micro HDMI port for 1080p video output
  • Micro USB port
  • Dock connector port
  • 3.5mm stereo headphone jack
  • Full-sized SD card slot

Battery

Up to 10 hours on a single charge from 2-cell lithium-polymer battery

Weight and Dimensions

1.32 pounds; 10.3 x 7.0 x 0.35 inches (WxDxH)

Warranty

1 year

 

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What’s in the Box

Toshiba Excite 10 tablet; charger; operating instructions

Included Software

Google and Android Apps

Google Maps, Google Maps Street View, Google Maps Navigation, Google Movie Studio, Google Places, Google Play, Google Latitude, Google Search, Google Sound Recorder, Google Calendar/Calendar Sync, Google Contacts/Contact Sync, Google Mail, Google Talk, Google Videos, Google Voice Search, YouTube

Third-Party Apps

Amazon Kindle, Amazon MP3, Adobe Reader, Crackle, Kaspersky Tablet Security, LogMeIn, Netflix SD Player, Rdio for Android, Quickoffice, SilverCreek Games (Hardwood Backgammon, Hardwood Euchre, Hardwood Solitaire IV, Hardwood Hearts, Hardwood Spades), Zinio

Toshiba Apps

TOSHIBA App Place, TOSHIBA Book Place, TOSHIBA Media Player, TOSHIBA News Place, TOSHIBA Service Station, TOSHIBA File Manager



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  1. G-Radio says:
    112 of 116 people found the following review helpful
    5.0 out of 5 stars
    Great tablet, May 8, 2012
    By 
    G-Radio

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    I’ve been wanting to get a tablet since last year and have been holding out since they announced ICS and Quad-Core processors. I was going to get the Prime for christmas, but it was unavailable, so I decided to wait and see what came out in the spring. I’ve stayed away from the Prime due to the higher price and GPS issues, so it came down to 3 tablets while making my decision (Transformer Pad, Acer Iconia a510 and the Toshiba Excite 10). All 3 tablets are very similar and met my criteria for a tablet (ICS, Tegra 3, 1280×800 display, HDMI-out, etc.). I had originally ordered the Iconia a510, but it was back-ordered. Then I saw the Excite was available and in stock early on Amazon last week, so I cancelled my order for the Acer and immediately orderd the Toshiba. What ultimately sold me on the Toshiba model was the Gorilla Glass, the Stock ICS experience and the Full SD card slot. My wife takes a lot of pictures and will love being able to just pop the SD card out of the camera and into the tablet.

    I received the device yesterday and it is very fast and slim. I used it for a good 3 hours straight last night with music playing in the background and experienced no lag at all and still had 70% battery remaining after the 3 hours. The Excite 10 is very well built and feels sturdy in the hands. Not too heavy, but just enough that it doesn’t feel like you are going to break it. The WiFi signal was very strong and didn’t have any issues there. The speakers sound pretty good considering how small they are. The setup took no time at all and with the Google Restore function, I had all of my phone apps (about 100) on my tablet within 20 minutes.

    So far I haven’t come up with too many Cons for this device. If I had to list some they would be the following:

    1. There is a good amount of pre-installed junk on the device. Not that big of a deal since apps can be disabled in ICS.
    2. The Charger is proprietary. It would be nice to charge over microUSB, but with the size of tablet batteries, it would take forever to fully charge, so it is understandable why it doesn’t.

    Overall, I am very pleased with this product and would recommend it.

    UPDATE 5/11/12:
    1. I wanted to point out that I ran AnTuTu Benchmarking tool and it listed the Excite 10 as a 1.3 GHZ Tegra 3 processor and got a better average score than every other device listed.
    2. Some of the pre-installed junk can be uninstalled, but some can only be disabled.
    3. I was able to plug the charger into my Laptop and Car USB ports and it was able to charge. It was charging slower than the wall plug, but a nice feature if the battery is running low.

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  2. Nathan foresman says:
    74 of 77 people found the following review helpful
    5.0 out of 5 stars
    One of the best Android Tablets around, May 29, 2012
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    Let me start off by saying that I have tried many, many different tablets. So far, this one is definitely my favourite. Let me break it down here:

    1. SPEED: 9/10
    I’ve ran a few benchmarks on it and so far, only the acer a510 has got higher. Still slightly faster than the TF series from Asus (TF101, TF201, TF300) and definitely faster than the first generation tablets (Samsung Galaxy, Toshiba Thrive, Acer a series, BB Playbook). Haven’t run into any problems with speed so far.

    2. BATTERY LIFE: 9/10
    Again, the Acer a510 tablet is the only one I have run into with a longer battery life. The Asus Prime comes close, but not quite there (I would recommend an app called JuiceDefender, which will greatly help your battery life).

    3 SCREEN QUALITY: 10/10
    One of the best. Most tablets that are android based and 10.1 inch screens have1280*800 resolutions, however the brightness and clarity is fantastic. A little warmer than the Prime or Galaxy tabs (works great for HD TV or movies)

    4. COMFORTABLITY: 7/10
    An often overlooked attribute is how comfortable the tablet is to hold. This tablet is one of the thinnest, lightest on the market right now, so it is understandably a little odd to hold in landscape, nut trust me, its not nearly as uncomfortable as the Prime or Iconia a200. Once again, the only other tablet that is more comfy to hold is the.
    Acer a510.

    5. BUILD QUALITY: 10/10
    AMAZING! Honestly, the best all around built tablet I have ever experienced hands down. Gorilla Glass, aluminum build, solid.

    6. OPERATING SYSTEM: 9/10
    Stock ICS is nice to have, and Toshiba throws in some very cool features with its organization. The only reason it loses a point is for the stock programs that can’t be taken off. However this will not slow down anything on the tablet.

    7: WHY NOT THE ICONIA?
    With all the comparisons to the Aer 510, why not it for the same price? Well, I’ve owned both, and this one is better in almost all regards. I have not run into a bug or hiccup yet. Quite a bit smoother experience of a tablet.

    OVERALL SCORE: 54/60
    Actually, this is the best score I have given a tablet. Nothing is perfect, but this is quite high up there. Thanks for the time,

    Nate.

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  3. Wayne "Omegafiler" says:
    108 of 116 people found the following review helpful
    3.0 out of 5 stars
    Best Tegra3 Android Tablet So far… unfortunately., May 16, 2012
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    Wayne “Omegafiler” (Round Rock, TX) –
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    So far I’ve owned the ASUS Transformer Prime (TF201), Acer Iconia Tab A510, and now the Toshiba AT305. The TF201 had build quality and wireless/GPS issues and the A510 had a “grid effect” to the LCD and some bad heat issues (106+ degrees). And now the AT305, which has light bleed issues. The sad part is that despite this annoying “issue,” it’s still the best Tegra 3 tablet out there.

    As with the Acer and Asus, I’ve already gone through two AT305′s just to make sure these issues were consistent. But let’s go into a bit more of a detailed review first on the AT305 that I’ve been using for a few days now.

    DESIGN:

    Out of the box, initial impressions are very good. The tablet has a great solid feel to it, it’s comfortable to hold, thin, and yes, even light weight. The back has a hard, smooth, plastic feel to it – although I hear its aluminum. If so, it probably has some type of coating on it. Basically, it’s one nice looking tablet.

    I won’t go into details regarding where everything is or what feature it has, as you can easily see this from the pictures. Although the one item I must point out is the SD Card Slot, which is on the right side. There is a blank filler card that must be removed when you want to use your own SD card. While the addition of a full-size SD slot is very welcome, there is nothing to cover the slot once your card is in there.

    So your hand will frequently rub against the sharp inside edges of the plastic casing. I’m normally not a big fan of plastic covers, but in this instance, it would have been very nice to have. If you’re planning on getting a case, this won’t likely be an issue.

    WIRELESS:

    I’ve tested both wireless and GPS extensively and found them to both perform very well. I’m able to maintain a solid WiFi connection even at the furthest reaches of my Access Point. And GPS can actually pick up a few satellite in-doors, which is always impressive. Outside I can get accuracy down to less than 18ft, within 1-2 minutes. This of course was verified with the GPS Test application.

    PERFORMANCE:

    Overall the device is very snappy and I haven’t had any issues that I didn’t run into with the other Tegra3 devices on Android 4.0.3. There are still a few occasional bugs or glitches with ICS, which I hope they’ll resolve soon. Otherwise, nothing specific to the AT305.

    Antutu scored a 10,313 and Quadrant is right at 4,000. I’ve seen slightly higher Antutu scores on the A510, which was closer to 11k. Although as I recall, this is the highest Quadrant score I’ve seen to date. Keeping in mind that both devices I had scored nearly identical. And in either case, the scores are subjective and personally don’t put a whole lot of faith in them.

    Until they have some new benchmarks that really take advange of the quad core CPU and Tegra3, they’re just something to give you interesting numbers to look at. :) Real world tests are where it’s at. Speaking of which, playing Tegra 3 games is smooth and they all run expectedly nice. Surfing the web, running apps, and other such tasks are all as expected. Quite good.

    After watching movies and playing games, I got temps as high as 93 degrees on the back, right side. This was determined by my infrared thermometer. It’s not as cool as the 85 degree TF201 but also nowhere near the 106+ degree A510. So I consider that to be on the warm side, but not uncomfortably so. I think the material on the back Toshiba uses helps to dissipate the heat so it doesn’t “feel” hot or uncomfortable.

    While surfing or running normal apps, the temps were staying in the 80′s where it should be.

    DISPLAY:

    Starting positive here, the LCD does look very nice. In fact, of the TF201 and A510, it’s the nicest I’ve seen. Even though it’s not IPS (it’s TFT as I recall), it looks great. The images are very crisp, colors are vibrant, and it has surprisingly good contrast ratio. The best part is that they’ve found a very nice color temperature balance.

    While the A510 was very cool and the TF201 was on the warm side, I found the AT305 to quite neutral. This makes it very pleasing to use whether you are reading, surfing, playing games, or watching a movie.

    But of course we can’t ignore the negative part of this. There is light bleed, and it just makes me very sad. You won’t notice this on any normal colorful image. But if you’re watching a movie or looking at a picture that has a black background at the edges, you’ll see a very uneven amount of light emitting from the sides. And the more you turn up the brightness, the worse it is.

    In fact, just powering on the tablet, you’ll see this on the Toshiba logo as it has a black background. It was exactly the same with both AT305′s I got. And it’s not something I ever experienced with any other tablet I’ve owned or used. Normally, this is considered a defect and…

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