Toshiba’s New Dirt Cheap Tablet Might Actually Be Awesome

Excite7c_AT7-B8-600-03When it comes to budget priced tablets, Toshiba either does a fantastic job, or does a fantastic job at failing. The Toshiba Excite 7 was an epic fail, and left way to much to be desired. With the new Toshiba Excite model coming out, hopefully its incredibly low price tag will be enough to interest people. The new Toshiba Excite Go is going to be running on Android 4.4 KitKat and only costs $109. Some places are said to be carrying it in July for only $99.

Companies as big and popular as Toshiba hardly ever come out with any type of device and sell it for almost nothing. Half the time, you pay extra for just the name alone. On the few rare occasions when someone does offer a device for such a low price, it’s always so crappy that it is below entry level. Cheap components, cheap features, it’s hardly ever a good situation.

By the standards that most companies set with their budget priced devices, the Excite Go seems to be the one that is going to set the new bar. It has a 7 inch display with a 1024 x 600 pixel resolution, and it is powered by a quad-core Intel Atom processor. It also has quite a bit of memory for how cheap it is, you have up to 16GB of internal storage and the option to use a MicroSD card as well. With the MicroSD you can get up to 128GB of extra space to play with. The Excite Go also has a quite good battery for how cheap it is. The company claims that it will offer up to 8 hours of life during regular use, and 6 hours of watching videos. If that wasn’t enough, it’s also not big and bulky like you’d expect a cheap tablet to be. It weighs in at just over one half of a pound.

Once the device is officially on shelves and we can get our hands on it, we won’t know for sure if it will be worth spending $100 on. But with all the information we have about it, it seems like a worthy investment!

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