Toshiba Tips Budget-Friendly Windows 10 2-in-1 PC

16 Sep 2015 | Author: | No comments yet »

Toshiba Announces Ultra-Compact Satellite Click 10 Detachable 2-in-1 PC.

Trying to free up room in your messenger bag? Attention road warriors: Toshiba just announced a new low-cost tablet-laptop hybrid packing Windows 10, a better-than-1080p display, and Intel’s energy-efficient new Atom “Cherry Trail” x5 processors.

Toshiba’s Digital Products Division (DPD), a division of Toshiba America Information Systems, recently announced an all-new ultra-compact two-in-one detachable PC, the Satellite Click 10. Featuring a 10.1-inch diagonal 1,900-by-1,200-resolution TruBrite multi-touch display and an Intel Atom x5 processor with 64-bit processing and 2GB of RAM, the Click 10 and keyboard weighs only 2.2 pounds (the tablet is 1.2 pounds by itself). The device also packs an 8 megapixel rear-facing camera, a 2MP front-facer, multidirectional TruTalk microphones, micro HDMI, microSD, a USB 2.0 slot, and Dolby Digital Plus speakers.

In addition, the device comes with Office mobile apps pre-installed, enabling users to get productive in both laptop and tablet modes right out of the box. The impact on you at home: We’re finally starting to see the early debut of high-end new machines built around Windows 10’s flagship features, like the Toshiba Satellite Radius 12. This latest processor from Intel provides all the performance, agility and speed for a rich mobile experience, including editing photos and videos, making changes to presentations on the go and switching quickly between apps while delivering a battery life rating of more than seven hours. Apple unveiled the iPad Pro on Wednesday, and the new tablet raised a lot of eyebrows—not only because Apple developed a stylus to go along with it (Steve Jobs hated them), but because the tablet very closely resembles, in form factor at least, the Microsoft Surface Pro 3. Archos also announced an x5-packing laptop in late August but that product will only roll out in France to start, and it won’t hit the streets until November.

When it comes to display, it’s hard to beat Apple’s new offering: a luxed-out 2,732-by-2,048 Retina display that, according to Apple, contains 5.6 million pixels. You can apparently fit two iPad Air 2 units—in portrait mode—in the iPad Pro’s screen in landscape, and the larger screen is optimized for multitasking and having multiple apps on your screen at once, much like Samsung’s Galaxy Tab S2 9.7.

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