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General Possible pricing and name for the new coming Toshiba Tablet

Discussion in 'Android Devices' started by Lock-N-Load, Apr 15, 2011.

  1. Lock-N-Load

    Lock-N-Load Well-Known Member
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    THIS has been the tablet I am holding out for. IMHO, it makes the Xoom - in price and hardware/user options - pail in comparison. As we know, both Amazon and BB have holding pages for it.

    Well, some rumored pricing & names appeared today on the web:

    ANT-100 at 8gb at $450
    ANT-102 at 16gb at $500
    ANT-104 at 32gb at $580

    the story & details

    now we just need a release date
     

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  2. Lock-N-Load

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  4. bigboss97

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    I have been following the Toshiba threads and hope to see a release date.
    I just noticed there's A500 from Acer already out. Any pro and con compare to Toshiba?
     
  5. Lock-N-Load

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    it's called the Thrive

    You’ll be able to pre-order the Thrive starting on June 13 - likely for a 1 month later release in middle of July. At $429, the base model is $70 cheaper than the iPad 2, but you only get 8GB of storage for the price. For 16GB, the Thrive still costs $20 less than the base iPad 2 at $479, and the 32GB version is similarly cheaper at $579. There is no 64GB flavor of the Thrive, however.
     
  6. fldude99

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    So....the Thrive or Samsung Galaxy Tab 10.1?
     
  7. PaulK15

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    The replaceable battery is a real plus for me. I just cannot see throwing away a tablet after 2 or 3 years.
     
  8. Zenstrive

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    anyone know the codecs support for this tablet? MKV? Quicktime?
     
  9. thrivearrow

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    Replaceable battery is a biggie.
     

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