Toshiba has unveiled a 12.5in convertible laptop that it claims is the first device to offer Ultra HD 4K screen resolution.
The Satellite Radius 12 also comes running Windows 10 and is powered by Intel’s 6th generation Skylake processors unveiled earlier this week.
Toshiba said that the Ultra HD 4K screen gives the Satellite Radius 12 a resolution of 3840x2160 and 362ppi, four times the pixels of a Full HD display. The screen is made of Corning Gorilla Glass NBT reinforcement material, which should provide high levels of damage resistance and protection.
The device has a 360-degree hinge and can be set up in five different modes: laptop, tablet, tabletop, presentation and audience. It weighs 1.32kg and is 15.4mm thick, which the company said makes it ideal for on-the-go workers. The overall dimensions are 299.5x209x15.4mm.
The device also has 512BG of storage and 8GB of memory, while connectivity options include two USB ports and one USB 3.1 Type-C port that is capable of 10Gbps data throughput.
Sandor van der Ham, vice president of Toshiba's B2C PC Lifestyle Products and Services Group, said that the company is proud to be the first to bring such a high-quality 12.5in device to market.
“With the Satellite Radius 12, we’re meeting the needs of technology enthusiasts who don’t want to compromise on computing requirements or convenience for work or play,” he said.
“Users will be able to benefit from full Windows 10 functionality while experiencing the power of 6th gen Intel Core processors.”
Toshiba's unveiling comes at the same time that rival Lenovo released several new models covering consumer and businesses markets, as manufacturers look to ride the wave of positive reviews about Windows 10 to entice buyers.
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