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Toshiba Thrive tablet won’t wake from sleep mode for many users

Toshiba Thrive tablet won’t wake from sleep mode for many users

The Toshiba Thrive tablet hit stores earlier this month and the tablet has been popular with users since the launch. On the Toshiba Forums, there are pages of users that are all reporting the same issue with the Thrive. Apparently, the tablet isn't waking from sleep mode when the users press the wake button. The tablet stays in sleep mode and the only way to wake the tablet so it can be used is to reboot it.

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Toshiba Thrive 7″ Tablet takes Honeycomb smaller, rubbery

Toshiba Thrive 7″ Tablet takes Honeycomb smaller, rubbery

Toshiba has revealed its latest Android Honeycomb tablet, the Toshiba Thrive 7", as as the name suggests it's a 7-inch version of the existing 10-inch Thrive. Running at 1280 x 800 resolution and using what Toshiba calls AutoBrite, Adaptive Display and Resolution+ technology for better graphics and outdoor visibility, the Thrive 7" runs Android 3.2 on NVIDIA's Tegra 2 paired with twin cameras and either 16GB or 32GB of storage.

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Toshiba Thrive Android 3.1 Honeycomb Tablet Model Postponed, Model Number Updated

Toshiba Thrive Android 3.1 Honeycomb Tablet Model Postponed, Model Number Updated

So you're looking for another Android tablet running Honeycomb, yes? Perhaps another Android 3.1 Honeycomb tablet specifically, one with an NVIDIA Tegra 2 processor, 16GB internal memory, and a 10.1” 1280×800 pixel resolution display? You're in luck, Toshiba's got you totally covered! What we've known from June 2nd remains essentially true, that being the specs you see above, but now we've got a brand new model number. What was going to be released as the AT300/23C, known in Japan as the Regza and here in the states as the Thrive will be replaced by the AT300/24C and will have Android 3.1 Honeycomb officially in its Japanese release.

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Toshiba ‘Thrive’ Honeycomb Tablet Pricing Revealed?

Toshiba ‘Thrive’ Honeycomb Tablet Pricing Revealed?

Toshiba first showed off its Tegra 2 powered Android tablet back at CES, and it was pretty impressive. But not much more has been revealed about its name, pricing, and launch date, except for the mention of a Toshiba Regza AT300 potentially priced at a whopping $700 for 16GB model. However, that was some time ago, and today we have evidence that Toshiba may be pricing its upcoming tablet more reasonably.

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Windows RT tablet market: Toshiba’s out

Windows RT tablet market: Toshiba’s out

Toshiba has announced this week that it will be pulling out of the Windows RT market before it begins this coming season, letting it be known that they'll be working with Windows 8 software instead. The difference between Windows 8 and Windows RT is Windows RT's limitation to what was formerly called "Metro" apps. Toshiba had noted previously that they'd be using Texas Instruments processors in their future Windows RT tablets, but at the moment they've sited a delay in getting components for devices in time for their planned release date as the reason why they've pulled out.

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Hulu Plus Android tablet support confirmed, scattered

Hulu Plus Android tablet support confirmed, scattered

Hulu Plus is finally making its way to the world of Android tablets, but only a few are in the list of supported devices so far. Anyone who watched as the online streaming service was slowly and randomly rolled out to Android phones should know that it might take some time before massive tablet support is enacted, and the next device on the list is anyone's guess. For now, though, some tablet owners have reason to celebrate.

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Toshiba Excite tablet to launch March 6 for $530

Toshiba Excite tablet to launch March 6 for $530

Toshiba has announced that its Excite 10 LE tablet, formerly called the Excite X10, will be arriving in stores March 6, coincidentally just one day ahead of the iPad 3 event. Perhaps due to the extreme bulkiness of the Toshiba Thrive, the company has taken a 180 with the Excite 10 LE, designing it to be the world's thinnest and lightest tablet. Toshiba had originally said the tablet would launch sometime in February, but perhaps waited for more iPad 3 speculation to be confirmed.

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CES 2012 Tablet Round-Up

CES 2012 Tablet Round-Up

This year's Consumer Electronics Show revealed itself to be the real Ice Cream Sandwich treat for tablets in the Android sector, with one whole load of crap tablets attempting to burst the bubble of the very few high-class units that were or will be soon certified by Google. On the Windows 8 side of things, there were certainly some tablets to be seen, but certainly not to be touched - Windows 8 will be ready later this year, but Microsoft wasn't having it when it came to showing it off fully here at the convention. Then there's oddities galore like the Samsung Galaxy Note, a device we'd seen late 2011, but until now had never had a chance to peek at it on a USA carrier - it's time!

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