Will Toshiba Thrive Follow Motorola Xoom’s Old Road or Break a New Path

Posted By Dupont on May 24, 2011
in Product News

Toshiba has silently begun the pre-order of its new tablet named “Thrive” on retailer J&R recently. The retailer has 8GB and 32GB versions of the tablet and the price varies from $449 to $579.

Toshiba Thrive at $499

The Toshiba Thrive will run on Android 3.0 Honeycomb operating system. It features a dual core 1GHz Tegra 2 processor, 1GB RAM, a 10.1-inch 1280×800 display, a 5MP primary camera with autofocus and a 2MP front camera for video calling, Bluetooth 3.0+, WiFi connectivity, SD card reader, HDMI and USB 2.0 support.

It will be great to watch HD movies, play video games on Toshiba Thrive. Also with the help of Moyea PPT to Video Converter, users can freely enjoy PowerPoint on this tablet. The dual core processor and 10.1-inch display are awesome, which are the same with Motorola Xoom. Motorola was said to be the “iPad 2 killer” before it was really released. Now after it has been on sale for a while, it seems not too optimistic for Motorola Xoom, mostly because of the high price.

So Toshiba Thrive does have its advantage compare to Motorola Xoom. Will it follow Motorola Xoom’s old road or break a new path? Let’s wait and see.

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