Toshiba announced its WT310 Windows 8 tablet at the start of May, boasting that is ultrabook level specs will let it easily outclass Microsoft's own powerhouse Surface Pro tablet.
Specs-wise the WT310 is very impressive featuring an 11.6in Full HD touchscreen, running Windows 8 Pro and being powered by an Intel Ivy Bridge Core processor. This on paper means it should be significantly than most other Windows 8 tablets, with most running off Intel's mobile Atom line of processors, which while good for battery, offer users netbook, not laptop performance.
Additionally, playing level with the Pro which features Digital Ink technology, the WT310 comes with a Digitizer Pen stylus and host of connectivity options. These include a full size USB 3.0 port, micro-HDMI, an SD card slot, Wi-Fi with Intel Wireless Display and optional SIM-card slot for HSPA+/ 4G LTE support.
Check back with V3 later for a full review of the Toshiba WT310.
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