Toshiba started selling its thin 12-inch Windows 10 tablet Dynapad. The Japanese company made the sale of its latest 12-inch tablet Dynapad with Windows 10, an announcement made at CES International 2016 living area of technology in Las Vegas this week.
The new Windows Tablet measures only 0.27 inches tall and weighs 1.28 Pounds. With the technology of Wacom digital ink, so that typing on the tablet with the pen, feels like it is written on paper, the company said. Toshiba takes pre-orders $570 for the tablet on its website today, and will start selling the device in Microsoft stores at the end of January.
“The accuracy of the digital ink technology is truly the next frontier of personal computing,” said Philip Osako, senior director of product marketing, in a statement. “Advances in technology and pin technology have allowed us to design an incredibly thin and light tablet, creating ideal for instant creativity, and the flexibility to immediately to a clamshell form factor switch for productivity. Toshiba DynaPad is the ultimate digital notebook.”
Toshiba has “electro TruPen assets” for the precision and accuracy of the pen created. Sketches and pictures drawings on the tablet are very easy. The device is intended for designers, artists and buyers. The Pen with batteries is compatible with 2048 pressure levels. The battery of the pen can be used for more than 1000 hours.
The tablet screen is a full HD display with 1920 x 1280 pixels. Toshiba uses Corning Gorilla Glass 3 native digital damage resistance and anti-fingerprint coating. The case has a carbon fiber housing and rubber processing. There is an optional full-size keyboard with no 19 mm and 1.5 mm stroke for easier input.
You can convert the tablet to a laptop folding for productivity applications. The tablet is equipped with a TruNote application of handwriting, which allows you to make notes or lectures meetings and detailed drawings by the hand. It also comes with TruCapture photos TruRecorder to capture voice recordings.
The tablet has an Intel Atom processor Z8300 x5, micro flash memory and two USB 2.0 ports, a microSD card slot, supports cards up to 128 gigabytes, a two-megapixel camera and a rear 8-megapixel camera with autofocus.
Toshiba also announced its Canvio Premium, a series of new portable hard drives both USB Type-A and Type-C USB Compatibility.
And Toshiba announced two first Trans, Double Type A port and a flash type C for quick and easy transfer between devices.
The devices Canvio 1 TB, 2 TB and 3 TB sell for $85 $130 and $150, on. The TransMemory Ex Dual available in the first half and will sell for $40.