This year, Toshiba has announced an new Android Tablet called Thrive. According to www.PCMag.com, the Thrive tablet has a better way to browse the Web, read ebooks and watch high density videos. Playing games and enjoying music are just a few of the features that Toshiba claims works better than other tablets currently on the market.
Some of Thrive features are a dual front and back camera. The front is a 2MP webcam, including a microphone for video chats. The 5MP automatic focus camera can take high definition photos and videos.
Comparison reviews such as with a 10.1″ High-resolution Multi-Touch LED Backlit display, features you can personalize, and speedy performance so you can multitask your way through your digital life (and favorite entertainment) with ease. Take it on the plane or just across the room—your favorite entertainment is just a touch away.
Thrive has a built in HDMI port to make it possible to watch any video from any compatible device!
The unit itself is thicker than most tablets to the extent that it is almost twice as thick and so can be bulky in a back pack or brief case. The price for this unit is generally higher than other Android tablets offered by HP,
Despite it’s size and price tag, the Thrive has the ability to share files with other units and gadgets popular today due to the USB 2.0, mini USB and HDMI ports. The unit also comes with an SD card slot for easy viewing of pictures and movies and it has wireless connectivity to any WI-FI and Bluetooth device.