The Excite 10LE exuded a premium feel in our hands on, and the 10.1” LED backlit IPS screen is a thing of beauty, even if its 1280 x 800 resolution is likely to be overshadowed by the soon-to-be-announced iPad 3’s high resolution display. Indeed, the only thing we didn’t like about the Excite 10LE is that it ships with Honeycomb; although Toshiba is promising that it will be upgradeable to Android 4.0 at some point.
The price is also premium, starting at $529 for the 16GB model and climbing to $600 for the 32GB model; some may prefer to spend a similar amount of cash for the quad-core Transformer Prime, but if you place a premium on build quality and are willing to pony up your greenbacks to get it, you probably should take a close look at the Excite 10LE when it launches.
As a refresher, you can see the video from our hands on report below:
source: Toshiba via Engadget