Two new Ul­tra HD note­books from Toshiba

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T The Satel­lite Ra­dius 12 is a 5-in1 note­book de­signed to ex­ceed pow­er­pow and per­for­mance de­mands throughthrou ground-break­ing tech­nol­ogy anda ul­tra-mo­bil­ity. Toshiba says the unit is the world’s first 12.5 inchi con­vert­ible note­book with a 4K Ul­tra HDH dis­play. The Satel­lite Ra­dius 12 fea­tures­featu premium screen and sound qual­ity,qual­ity a sleek light­weight de­sign and 6th Gen In­telIn Core pro­ces­sors that de­liver max­i­mum­maxim mobile per­for­mance and ex­cel­lent bat­tery l life, prom­ises the com­pany. Ca­pa­bil­i­ties in­cludein­clud an ‘ex­cep­tional’ level of pic­ture qual­ity with four times the pix­els of Full HD. The dis­play has earned Tech­ni­color Colour Cer­ti­fi­ca­tion, which means the colours are ac­cu­rate. Also avail­able with a Full HD dis­play op­tion (1920 x 1080), both mod­els fea­ture a high bright­ness 350 NIT screen for us­age in out­door sce­nar­ios and IPS tech­nol­ogy for wide an­gled view­ing. Both dis­plays also utilises Corn­ing Go­rilla Glass NBT re­in­force­ment. The widega­mut RGB dis­play sup­ports 100% Adobe RGB colour space re­pro­duc­tion mak­ing it, says Toshiba, an ideal choice for mobile con­tent cre­ators. Other fea­tures in­clude built-in har­man kar­don speak­ers tuned by DTS Stu­dio SoundTM, Blue­tooth Link, lat­est In­tel Core Dual-Core pro­ces­sor, high-func­tion­ing video stream­ing, in­creased graph­ics per­for­mance, Solid State Drive (SSD) of up to 512GB SSD and 8GB RAM, one new high speed USB 3.1 Type-C Gen 2 port with up to 10Gbps through­put, In­tel Dual Band Wire­lessAC for ul­tra-fast com­mu­ni­ca­tion ca­pa­bil­ity.

The Satel­lite Ra­dius 12 weighs 1.32kg, has a 15.4mm pro­file and a 360-de­gree pre­ci­sion hinge. The de­vice’s high­per­for­mance dis­play is re­in­forced with all-new Go­rilla Glass NBT, which of­fers 8x-10x higher scratch re­sis­tance than soda lime glass dis­plays, plus high lev­els of dam­age re­sis­tance so it is bet­ter able to with­stand the shock of ac­ci­den­tal bumps as it’s car­ried from place to place.

Fea­tur­ing the lat­est in Win­dows 10 func­tion­al­ity, the Satel­lite Ra­dius 12 is one of the first small-screen PC’s to en­able fa­cial au­then­ti­ca­tion with Win­dows Hello. Pow­ered by an on-board in­frared cam­era, Win­dows Hello uses bio­met­ric au­then­ti­ca­tion to en­able con­sumers to log in to the note­book in­stan­ta­neously us­ing only their face. From se­lected re­tail­ers from $2899 NZD.

The Satel­lite Click 10 is a de­tach­able 2-in-1 note­book that en­ables con­sumers to ex­pe­ri­ence the best of note­book and tablet func­tion­al­ity in just one click, prom­ises Toshiba. The unit trans­forms from a pow­er­ful lap­top with a full-sized key­board, to an in­tu­itive tablet, mak­ing it the ideal com­pan­ion for those look­ing for a sec­ondary de­vice to stay pro­duc­tive and en­ter­tained on the road.

Fea­tures in­clude a 10.1” Wide­view Full High Def­i­ni­tion TruBrite touch dis­play, of­fer­ing a ‘bet­ter than’ Full HD res­o­lu­tion of 1920 x 1200 for ‘vi­brant clar­ity and stun­ning def­i­ni­tion’. Wide-an­gle tech­nol­ogy has been in­te­grated into the dis­play to en­hance colour re­pro­duc­tion and al­low a view­ing an­gle of 178°. High bright­ness lev­els means the Satel­lite Click 10 is also suit­able for us­ing in out­door con­di­tions. Bat­tery life is up to 15 hours driven by an in­tel­li­gent charg­ing sys­tem, mean­ing the de­vice will al­ways charge the tablet bat­tery first – and drain last – in or­der to max­imise its use when un­docked. The Satel­lite Click 10 is 30 per­cent smaller and 50 per­cent lighter than a tra­di­tional lap­top at 1.1kg as a note­book and 552g as a tablet.

The lat­est In­tel Atom pro­ces­sor and up to 4GB RAM is built in for on-the-go per­for­mance with re­spon­sive brows­ing and ef­fi­cient multi-task­ing. Stor­age for mu­sic, pho­tos, work and more is de­liv­ered through the de­vice’s 64GB eMMC mem­ory, which can be ex­tended fur­ther via the tablet’s mi­croSD card slot, which sup­ports up to 128GB ca­pac­ity cards. The Satel­lite Click 10 is loaded with Mi­crosoft Of­fice Mobile ap­pli­ca­tions, Win­dows 10 and has a quick ac­cess key to the voice-ac­ti­vated Cor­tana2 dig­i­tal as­sis­tant.

Users can move seam­lessly be­tween note­book and tablet mode with Win­dows 10’s new Con­tin­uum fea­ture – a tech­nol­ogy that au­to­mat­i­cally ad­justs and op­ti­mises con­tent and apps re­gard­less of how the de­vice is be­ing used.

The Satel­lite Click 10 has dual-band 802.11a/b/g/n Wi-Fi and sup­ports wire­less dis­play for movies, pho­tos, pre­sen­ta­tions and more to be sent wire les sly from the de­vice to a com­pat­i­ble TV. V.

The Toshiba Satel­lite Clickl ick 10 is avail­able from se­lected ted re­tail­ers from NZD799.

Fur­ther de­tails for both units and lo­cal New Zealand stock­ists can be found at www.my­toshiba.com.au

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