Toshiba unveiled the Excite Write alongside its cheaper Pro and Pure siblings on Tuesday, claiming the series will cover all areas of the tablet market. However of the three the Write is the only one flatout designed for business buyers, with the cheaper Pure being marketed as a consumer device and the Pro, despite its title, a cross purpose tablet suitable for bring your own device (BYOD) purposes.
A key business boon for the Write is the inclusion of a digitiser stylus and custom TruNote application. TurNote is designed for rapid notetaking and is similar to the S Note app seen on Samsung's Galaxy Note series of tablets.
The Write boasts some pretty impressive technical specifications, being one of the first Android tablets to run using an Nvidia Tegra 4 processor. The processors were unveiled at the Consumer Electronics Show (CES) in Las Vegas in January. Nvidia claims they are the fastest mobile processors in the world and can easily outmatch all current competitors.
The Write will also boast a 10.1in Pro Pixel Pure Display 2560x600 display, 8MP rear camera with HDR and run using Google's Android 4.2.1 operating system.
The Excite Write tablet is confirmed for release later this year with prices starting at £499.
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