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Comment: Try this new Excite AT305T64 Tablet.
Delivering more performance, sleek durability and more essential ports and features than the average Android tablet, the Toshiba Excite AT305T64 Tablet is an all-around tablet designed for home and on-the-go use.
Good: mmm nothing special than other tablets >>> " above poor "
Bad: Battery life is very bad 10 hourse of charging for 3 hours usage with low brightness and setting . charging cable is very bad not easy to use .some lags . 5 mp camera is very weak . video recording is like almost capturing from vga cam !
Comment: this tablet is away far far to reach ipad level so for its price its smthng reasonable but its not yet to compete with market tablets . if i can go back in time i would never pay a penny on this tablet yet its not very bad and good for light usage . .. i can see disadvantages more than advantages .. hope i can replace it with i pad 3.
Good: It is reliable
Bad: A bit slower than i expected
Comment: That was a pretty detailed review and it has convinced me somehow to buy it. I read review of this laptop on Binary Store but it wasn't that detailed.
Good: everything other than whats bad
Bad: Light bleed, charging cable.
Comment: This went back because of one major problem and one only, light bleed! the screen has light bleeding from all over the place which means in the dark its really annoying, especially when watching movies or anything with a dark background. which is what it's primary use would be for me whilst travelling.
Other than that it was a really nice tablet, well made, software seemed to be ok, had a force close of the google book app once but it re-loaded up fine back to the page I was on. Build quality was good, wifi was as good as my phone and laptop, battery seemed to get the 7 hours it says it would.
The charging cable is large and thick which it a pain but not a major issue. however, If it didn't have light bleed this would have been the perfect tablet for me, but the light bleed was a deal breaker. shame
If you want a tablet that you won't use in the dark to watch movies etc, just for normal daily usage this is the perfect tablet. for me, I think i'll look at the Acer Iconia A510 as reports are it doesn't suffer from light bleed, but is heavier unfortunately.
Good: Incredibly fast! Light and very thin. Screen is better than you think. Stereo speakers(iPad only have one speaker).
Bad: Some backlight bleed at the edges. Proprietary connector for charging but cable i USB so any USB charger goes, also car type chargers.
Comment: Back is made of aluminum not plastic so reviewer is wrong! Edge of AT300 is plastic due to better wifi and bluetooth performance.
Good: quad core, full size sd card slot, performance
Bad: Screen prone to finger prints due to high sheen
Comment: Heard reports of bad light bleed on these which made me a bit nervous, however happy to report that I had no light bleed at all on mine.
Good: Tegra 3, full size sd, hdmi,1gb/ 32 gb, well built, good battery life
Bad: not much
Comment: Nexus sounds good but no sd slot so it would of limited use to me
Bad: price performance
Comment: you get a better tablet with the same price
Good: Quad Core, Full SD card slot, Thin
Bad: reports of bad light bleed
Comment: This tablet looks good, all the usual stuff, supporting a full size SD card is a major up and kinda compensates for it only being 16GB, the fact its about £20 cheaper then the Acer A510, it would be my first choice tablet but for alot of reports in the US, where it has already been released, that say it has a huge amount of light bleed on the screens, can CNET please check this out with their full review? Thanks
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