Toshiba Tablet AT330 Android tablet

Toshiba has definitely produced something different with the Tablet AT330, but this gigantic device fails to hit the mark

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Keith Buckle



Huge screen, you can read a full A4 page without having to scroll around.
lack of optimised apps, using standard android features like the onscreen keyboard
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We were able to pick up our at330 for $399, barely half RRP, which was an absolute bargain. It was purchased for use by a total computer novice so many of the technical features are not relevant. What caught my eye (when looking a tablet for my wife) was the large screen. As a total novice my wife wanted to be able to access information which is increasingly being made available on the WWW. Knowing that she already wears glasses for reading I felt that even a 10" tablet would end up being too much trouble to read and be relegated to the "why did I buy that pile", then I saw an advertisement for the AT330with its 13.3" screen. At the bargain price I felt this was the ideal and have been very impressed with the unit. Application icons are clear and easy to identify and the text is easy to read. overall this is an excellent unit and will more than serve its intended purpose.

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