We called the 10-inch Toshiba Thrive the "Swiss Army Knife" of tablets when it first arrived, with its copious amounts of connectivity options and full-sized ports. It's a larger-than-most tablet but the sort of device that differentiates itself in a crowd of too similar designs.
The second coming of the Thrive, the Toshiba Thrive 7 that we're going to take a look at today, however, has to squeeze features and functionality into a decidedly smaller form factor. Though Toshiba once again does there level best here, to offer as much openess to connectivity as they can in this smaller version of the Thrive. We'd almost call this version the "Thrive Mini." At the internal component level, the Thrive 7 shares a lot of similarities with the original 10-inch Thrive, it's just packed into a petite frame with a slightly trimmed down price tag of $379.
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