The US version has the Jelly Bean upgrade up and running from 27.dec!!!
US OTG or USB on the go does two things :
1. Your device can act as USB host and will read any external USB storage u connect
2. When u connect your tablet to any other computer, it will itself act as a storage device and show up as a drive.
Its a great tablet, I am using it now.So fast,responsive and the display is great!
theo, 11 Apr 2012very powerful specs yet at seemingly affordable price (300 Euro)... is this for real?Im here in spain, i didnt saw any toshiba excite here yet... Where should i buy that online( cheap and best buy online shop) and can i ask for the real price?? Thanks
Is this tab available in UAE?if so whats the asking price???Would greatly appreciate a quick response guys.Thanx in advance.
can this tablet run applications that would support music and sound engineering or programmes of the same variety?
Should the AT305 detect 5 GHz SSID broadcasts. I have tried two separate routers which are detected be two other tablets, but are not visible to the AT305.
This actually has a 1.2 Ghz proccessor not a 1.5 (maybe gsmarena added the 5-th low consumption power core for backround procces) and the GPU is ULP GeForce 1 not 2. And yes the video recodring resolution is 1080p for the back camera.
S Khan, 23 Jun 2012What is USB On-the-go support?You can connect i.e. USB flash.
Hey guys! I just want to ask if what is really the true video resolution of the rear camera of this tablet. According to the official website of Toshiba, it says there that it is 1080p. In the specs stated by GSMarena, it is 720p. Which is which?
Thanks for those who'll answer! :))
mohammad, 25 May 2012can i write arbic Languach in the keyboard tablet yes you can
i see toshiba web site it say without mobile sim
please any one advice
Just got this puppy yesterday at Staples. I was actually looking for a Thrive because of its ports. When the manager came out with this boy, I was seriously salivating. I had read about the Excite, and was actually considering ordering it online. Instead its right in front of me. Haven't had much time with it yet, but its light weight and slimness is an incredible upgrade from the Thrive. When it first boots, there is some serious white light bleed from the edges of the display, but once boot is complete, that appears to go away. I've run through the demo and got my preferences set. The fact you can get up to 128 GB of SD card memory tacked on to what's on board is great. That was same deal with Thrive. But having the quad core plus one available is what I'm really looking to test out. Initial impressions are positive. Still looking for the user manual and I've got to get up to speed using ICS. Will post an update when I have more specifics to give.