Toshiba unveils three new convertible Windows 10 devices

Sean Dudley
Sean Dudley
By Sean Dudley on 07 September 2015
Toshiba unveils three new convertible Windows 10 devices

Toshiba has unveiled three new devices, each of which use the Windows 10 operating system.

The Toshiba Satellite Radius 12 is a 12.5-inch Ultra HD convertible PC that can be easily switched from desktop to tablet mode, making it easy for use at work, at home or on the move.

Continuum also ensures a smooth transition for apps and content when shifting between modes, while Windows Hello enhances the device’s security.

Users can also utilise the device’s Cortana personal assistant technology, and enjoy the Ultra HD 4K screen, which has four times as many pixels as regular high definition screens.

The Toshiba Satellite Radius 14 device has a 360-degree rotating screen that offers five different modes – laptop, tablet, tabletop, presentation and audience. This means users can easily and intuitively shift between modes and use the device’s various features in a variety of contexts.

The Satellite Radius 14 device has a quick access key and voice-activated access to Cortana, as well as multi-directional dual-array microphones. Music from external devices can be played through the speakers of the Satellite Radius 14 thanks to Bluetooth Link technology, which enables wireless connection from a smartphones, tablets, or other Bluetooth compatible devices.

The detachable Satellite Click 10 device also easily transfers between laptop and tablet mode, and has been designed for both entertainment and productivity uses.

The Satellite Click 10 includes the new generation of Intel Atom processor and up to 4GB RAM built in, while up to 64GB eMMC provides plenty of storage. The device also comes with Cortana and Continuum as standard.

The Toshiba Satellite Radius 12, Satellite Radius 14 and Satellite Click 10 will all be available in the fourth quarter of 2015.

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