Toshiba Excite 10

Released May, 2012
  • 10.1"
  • 16 GB
  • WiFi
  • Android 4.0
414363 fps11,0561935491574 fps12,2291903399661 fps95592002380769 fps10,9101788380161 fps98461814342569 fps95592257180042 fps50252185The Toshiba has a 1280 x 800 pixel capacitive multi-touch display with good brightness and wide viewing angles.
by MobileTechReview (May, 2012)

Features Key features of the Toshiba Excite 10

screen resolution

Excite 10
1280 x 800
Nexus 10
2560 x 1600
Nexus 10 II
2560 x 1600


Excite 10
1 GB
Nexus 10
2 GB

camera resolution

Excite 10
2 MP
iPad Air
1.2 MP

CPU Cores

Excite 10
Quad core
iPad Air
Dual core
Nexus 10
Dual core

CPU Frequency

Excite 10
1.2 GHz
Nexus 10 II
2.3 GHz
Nexus 10
1.7 GHz

Reviews Word on the street for the Toshiba Excite 10

It's very fast and stable, and it's thin and light.

The audio enhancement feature clearly improved the sound quality of all audio when turned on, enhancing the previously muffled sound to something with more clarity.

As for the audio quality from its dual speakers, it’s effective enough to please out ears, seeing that its neutral tones are smooth without being too overbearing at the loudest volume setting.

Android may have more games than ever that are able to run on the bigger screen, but that doesn't do the Excite much good, because it just can't handle anything graphically intensive.


6.6 Out of 10

What People Are Saying Give it to me straight


As ever with this screen type, colours are vivid, viewing angles excellent and contrast levels very good.
by TrustedReviews (Mar, 2012)
It's bright and accurate, viewing angles are excellent, with virtually no discoloration even far off-axis, and while you can definitely make out individual pixels and see some jaggies on small text, it's not enough to be a huge problem unless you're really looking for it.
by The Verge (Mar, 2012)
It's a pleasure to watch movies on the Excite 10, and it gets plenty bright for extremely well-lit rooms.
by MobileTechReview (May, 2012)


The full suite of Google apps are on board including the Store, Google Books, web browser, email, Gmail, Music, Videos (with rental and purchase), YouTube, Gallery, Maps and Navigation.
by MobileTechReview (May, 2012)
The tablet can handle Adobe Flash Player, 1080p MPEG4 high profile video and today's cutting edge TegraZone THD games.
by MobileTechReview (May, 2012)
Although they share the same familiar two-panel interface, the standard email app allows us to execute pinch gestures to zoom – whereas in Gmail, it’s stuck on a fixed view.
by PhoneArena (Jun, 2012)


In practice, largely because frequent crashes are a fact of life with the Excite, I got more like four hours of battery on a charge.
by The Verge (Mar, 2012)
The tablet comes with Toshiba's very robust charging cable and a 5 volt 2 amp charger that's close to the iPad charger's 5 volt 2.1 amp specs so third party iPad external battery packs and chargers should work.
by MobileTechReview (May, 2012)
Chief among them is the Enable Balanced Power setting that appears to dim the backlight, regardless of the current brightness setting, ostensibly to save battery life.
by c|net (May, 2012)

Battery life

The tablet charges via a proprietary port on the bottom that looks like Apple's dock connector, only it's even larger and requires a humungous power cable.
by The Verge (Mar, 2012)
Toshiba claims the Excite 10 LE lasts eight hours, and when things were working properly that seemed to be accurate.
by The Verge (Mar, 2012)
It seemed to kick into an even higher gear when an app crashed, and that was when battery life really started to drop.
by The Verge (Mar, 2012)

Operating System

The LE is both thinner and lighter than the 10, but the 10 feels like more care was put into the tablet's actual construction as it has none of the exposed edges the LE produced.
by c|net (May, 2012)
The UI is identical to what we've seen on other Android 4.0 tablets for the most part, with a few small changes.
by c|net (May, 2012)
You get full access to the Android Market (now known as the Play Store), but as we've said over and over the app situation for large-screen Android devices is an ugly one.
by The Verge (Mar, 2012)

Specifications Full list of technical specs


Size 10.1"
Technology TFT LCD
Resolution 1280 x 800
PPI 149 ppi


  1. 802.11n
  2. 802.11g
  3. 802.11b
Bluetooth Bluetooth
Supports 3G No


Cores Quad core
Clock speed 1.2 GHz


Has a GPS Yes
Has a compass Yes
Has an accelerometer Yes
Has a gyroscope Yes
Has a light sensor Yes


Internal storage 16 GB
RAM capacity 1 GB
Supported card formats SD

photo & video

Adobe flash support Yes
Webcam 2 MP
Rear camera 5 MP


USB support 1 Unknown
Hdmi support 1 HDMI
Has a headphone jack Yes
Has a microphone jack Yes
Has a built-in microphone Yes

form factor

Weight 558 g
Size 262 x 178 x 9 mm
Thickness 9 mm
Battery life 12 hour
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