There are already a number of tablet brands being sold in the worldwide market but not all of them have stylus features. The Toshiba Excite Write is the new device by the same company which offers this missing feature. However, for the individuals interested in this tablet, the deal-breaker seems to be the price. At the official store of Toshiba, it is available at $599.99 which for some people is just being too much. The following information about its specifications will help you
A Sleek Tablet To Fit Your Needs
The Toshiba Excite Write has 10.1 inches of diagonal screen size which supports 2560 x 1600 pixels of screen resolution. The display is supported by HD quality and has its own LED backlight. Add this to the Active Digitizer Pen interface and the touch screen becomes smooth and perfectly consistent for exploring. Meanwhile, this device also comes with its own stylus. It has an added eraser button which is located at the bottom. Even though it still has to improve on its detecting capabilities, it comes as a useful extra feature.
In addition to that, the Excite Write also supports Wi-Fi, Bluetooth connectivity and GPS navigation system. The audio technology is provided by Harman-Kardon while the camera at the front and back has 1.2 and 8 megapixels respectively. Finally, one of the most important features of this tablet is its 33Wh battery. Although this is not replaceable by users, it still has 10.5 hours of battery life which can be very trustworthy.
Lacking Stylus Application Features
Because of the fact that it comes with its own stylus, the Toshiba Excite Write is required to have a built-in software that will support its hardware addition. This is called the TruNote Stylus application which serves as the source of all the activities that a user can do with this tablet. For instance, this application can be used to take notes as well as edit images which basically includes marking screenshots. There are different folders which you can create to store all your creations and these can be opened from a virtual desktop widget which is already included in the application.
It sounds quite impressive but the TruNote Stylus application is lacking some important features. For one thing, its entire interface is not as interactive as Samsung’s native software for its Galaxy Note 8 as well as Note 10.1. Second, it does not have a lot of options to choose from when it comes to editing images.
Generally, the Toshiba Excite Write is a nice tablet. It has its own limitations but they can be outnumbered by the advantages of having this gadget. However, for a $599.99 device, are you willing to try this gadget?