Toshiba AT200 video review

Andrew Williams



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The Toshiba AT200 is an unusually slim, unusually light Android tablet with a 10.1in screen. However, we can't shake the feeling that it's turning up in last season's clothes. Its OS is getting on a bit, the screen performance is mediocre in its class and while it's slim, build isn't as good as some rivals.

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September 2, 2011, 11:56 pm

how long before I can get one for £89?


September 3, 2011, 1:51 pm

All these tablets....should I get Samsung, Toshiba,HTC, which screen size? Android? Another OS? Ahhh, I give up - Ipad it is then!


September 3, 2011, 1:53 pm

Nice to see the extra connectivity, but full-size USB and SD would be more useful. Otherwise, you can't plug in memory sticks without adapters, or view photos direct from a digital camera. It would only take a small bump could accomodate these, or they could use something like the expandable ethernet ports on thin laptops.


September 5, 2011, 12:09 pm

As with their ultraportable laptop announced earlier Toshiba has to be commended for not aping the designs of Apple with this tablet unlike much of the PC industry.
Impressive weight loss although I personally feel that it's still quite heavy for any extended use. Perhaps had they left out the rear facing camera and GPS module - two features on a tablet that are somewhat unnecessary - they may have been to achieve that objective.

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