Toshiba is a little late to the tablet party with the AT100, but it hopes to make up for it by offering a removable battery and lots of connectivity options.
The removable battery is a good idea, because you can buy a spare and have it on hand if the main one goes flat. The addition of a full size USB, HDMI and SD is useful, as it makes transferring content much easier.
But besides these few features, the AT100 is a disappointment.
Battery life is less than other Honeycomb options, it is heavy and bulky, plus the plastic back and port covers feel flimsy.
But the worst aspect is the screen. For some reason Toshiba has incorporated a low quality display, an odd decision as it is the most important part of a tablet.
It has a yellow tinge that makes the screen look dull and when moving between applications, significant ghosting occurs.
The Toshiba AT100 has some compelling features but can’t be recommended over other Android options.
- Toshiba’s first Android Honeycomb tablet
- 10.1-inch display
- Removable battery
- USB port
- SD card slot