TOSHIBA EXCITE 10 LE
Just a day before Apple introduced the New IPAD, on March 6 and Toshiba launch Excite 10 LE.
With a sleek and slim body, Excite 10 LE has a feature that is quite complete.
Like most other tablet computers, Excite 10 LE runs on the platform of Android 3.2 aka Honeycomb. In its official statement, Toshiba promised Excite 10
LE owners will be able to update it to the Android 4.0 operating system
aka Ice Cream Sandwich at the end of this year. Compared with iPad 2, Excite 10 LE a little thinner and lighter.
For connectivity, the Toshiba complement Excite 10 LE with GPS chip, gyroscope, Bluetooth 2.1 and Wi-Fi b/g/n.
Moreover, 25-watt battery mounted on the Excite 10 LE
can last for 8 hours, pretty good, but still less than the iPad battery,
which can last for 10 hours.
Because of the emergence of Toshiba Excite 10 LE just a day before the
New iPad was introduced, no wonder that people call Excite 10 LE as a
serious challenger to New iPad.
Supported with complete features, Excite 10 LE is
available in two memory options, which is 16 GB, which sold for U.S. $
529, and 32 GB, for U.S. $ 599.