Toshiba Launches three 10.1-inch Android tablets

Toshiba has added three 10.1-inch Android tablets to its Excite lineup, priced from $ 299 to $ 599.

First is inflammatory.

According to CNET, the Tablet is equipped with industry standard 1280 x 800 resolution and is powered by the Nvidia Tegra 2 processor. The Tablet has a 1.2 MP front camera but oddly has no rear camera. The tablet running on Google's Android OS 4.2.2 and has 16 GB of storage space. Storage on tablet can also be expanded through a microSD slot, the Tablet also offers connectivity via Micro-HDMI and Micro-USB. Toshiba Excite clean is priced to 16,876 rupees (US $ 299).

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The second painting is inflammatory Pro.

This is priced at 28,164 rupees (US $ 499). What separates this tablet from Excite pure is that NVIDIA's new Tegra 2 processor and Google Android Jellybean OS. The resolution is also increased at 2560 x 1600 resolution. The cameras are also a far improvement from inflammatory pure, inflammatory Pro has a 1.3 MP front camera and 8 .3MP rear camera. It comes in a 32 GB storage variation and sports dual Harman Kardon speakers. Just as inflammatory clean has inflammatory Pro also Micro-HDMI, Micro-USB and microSD ports.

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Finally, the third new Tablet introduced by Toshiba Excite write.

Priced at 33,808 rupees (US $ 599). As the name suggests, allows this tablet user to write with a Wacom digitizer that comes with the tablet. Excite Pro and excite writing is basically the same tablet, with almost identical specifications and designs. Excite says is in direct competition against Samsung Galaxy tab 10.1. Samsung Galaxy note series has software that supports S-Pen functions, while the Toshiba Excite write not. The Tablet is currently just an app to make full use of the stylus, which is Toshiba's own notes app TruNote. Toshiba writing has, moreover, not a place to hold the pen tablet like the Samsung Galaxy tab 10.1 does.

write-ports610x239Excite sign. (Credit: Eric Franklin/CNET)

Personally, if I had to choose between the three, I'd go with excite Pro simply because the price specifications is amazing. I've never been a real fan of the type of devices or using the pen and, although the price gap between excite and excite Pro write is simply for additional writing capacity, again, this is something I can live without right now.

What is also appealing to me, besides being sold at the Toshiba name, is the addition of Harman Kardon speakers. Does anyone know their music will again Harman Kardon as one of the best in the business and it's great to see their products in mobile devices.

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