The Excite 10’s Tegra 3 is four cores of 1.2GHz goodness, the screen is a 1280 x 800 IPS LCD, you get the usual front and rear cameras (2 MP and 5 MP respectively), and a svelte body that is just 8.9mm thick and tips the scales at a mere 600 grams (as a point of reference, that’s a hair thinner and lighter than the new iPad).
The $450 will net you 16GB of storage – the 32GB and 64GB options naturally run the price up, to $529.99 and $649.99. Those prices undercut the iPad by $50 (except the 32GB version, which comes in at $70 less). Does that make it a bargain? That depends on what mobile ecosystem you are tied into, and how you feel about display resolution. The Excite is certainly a nice tablet, and the quad-core Tegra 3 is blazing fast, but you won’t get that lovely Retina Display-like resolution.
It’s also worth noting that Samsung’s Galaxy Tab 2 is available for $399.99, making the Toshiba Excite 10 a harder sell than it otherwise would be. Still, it's a well-made tablet, so if you're looking for an Android alternative to the iPad and you aren’t a fan of Touch Wiz, the Excite may be just your thing.
source: Amazon via Android Authority