[CES] New From Toshiba: Tablets with Stylus, Powerful Ultrabook Hybrid and Versatile Desktop Dock
Toshiba is kicking off the Consumer Electronics Show (CES) by launching a trio of new devices: Toshiba Encore 2 Write tablets, Portégé Z20t Ultrabook hybrid and Dynadock 4K, a desktop dock.
Toshiba Encore 2 Write tablets
Toshiba Encore 2 Write tablets are available in two sizes, 10.1 and 8 inches. These sport Toshiba's TruPen powered by Wacom Feel stylus technology. These tablets by Toshiba is being powered by Intel Atom processor and has run time of 11-hours.
Toshiba Encore 2 Write tablets equip 8-megapixel rear camera and HD front webcam. In terms of memory, its microSD support up to 128GB. Tablets run Windows 8.1 out of the box and include one year Office 365 Personal subscription. T
Tablets will be available January 11 for $400 for 10.1-inch and $350 for the 8-inch.
Portégé Z20t Ultrabook
Portégé Z20t Ultrabook is a detachable hybrid that combines the power of Windows tablet and a slime ultrabook. The ultrabook is powered by Intel Core M processor. The new ultrabook by Toshiba sports a 12.5-inch tablet/display with full HD resolution, IPS Panel and a digitizer pen.
Portege Z20t will be available in January, starting $1,399.
Dynadock 4K by Toshiba is a compact desktop dock that can be connected to any laptop. The connection is made by a single USB 3.0 connection. The dock offers an array of ports for connecting monitors, LAN Ethernet and other peripherals.
Dynadock 4K also has the display output that can work with single 4K Ultra HD display or two full HD monitors.
Dynadock 4K will be available this month at $199.