Toshiba has unveiled a Windows 8 tablet, the WT310, boasting 4G connectivity and a stylus pen, which is designed to appeal to enterprise customers.
No pricing for the device has been announced yet, but Toshiba confirmed that it will run the 64-bit Windows 8 Pro and will be powered by an Intel Ivy Bridge processor. The screen is an 11.6in HD display and there are USB 3 connectivity ports. The whole the unit, as a whole, measures 229x189x12.4mm and weighs 825g.
For additional storage, Toshiba has added an SD-card slot and it also has micro-HDMI and Bluetooth 4 support. The firm has also loaded Intel’s Anti-Theft software and the Trusted Platform Module (TPM) to protect data stored on the unit.
Toshiba said the offerings were designed to appeal to enterprise users by combining security and productivity tools, such as the stylus pen, while the build quality of the device is designed to withstand any knocks or drops.
The device will launch in the UK in the second quarter of this year, suggesting a late May, early June launch date.
The announcement comes as reports reaffirm that Windows 8 devices are struggling to make any headway in the tablet market, with iPad and Android devices extending their huge lead.
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