Friday, January 13, 2012

CES 2012: convertible Toshiba Tablet Portege M930

Toshiba has brought to the exhibition CES 2012 model tablet Portege M930, transformed into the laptop. It can be compared with a year ago provided a model of ASUS Slate 121, running Windows 7, or Samsung Series 7, is used by Microsoft to showcase Windows 8. We made a very original tablet mechanism of transformation: the back foot thick, like a regular stop. The upper part of the screen is lifted and inserted into a groove on the body, opening the keyboard. 

CES 2012: Tablet-convertible Toshiba Portege M930

The basis of the tablet is the processor Intel Core i5 (Sandy Bridge), which is available in 4 GB of RAM and 256 GB of permanent storage. The tablet has a 13.3-inch screen size and resolution of 1280 x 800 pixels. Attention is drawn to the large mass and thickness of the model as compared to standing next ultrabukami: 1.89 kg (mean weight ultrabukov - 1.35 kg). Given the large size and weight of M930, a long time to keep it in your hands (as well as other such plates) will be difficult. However, in case of need, you can work standing up. 



CES 2012: Tablet-convertible Toshiba Portege M930

Also noteworthy absence of the keyboard pointing device (for this, apparently, it is proposed to use the screen), despite the fact that the Toshiba brand is positioning unit. Know whether the tablet support technology Wacom, failed. 



CES 2012: Tablet-convertible Toshiba Portege M930

Apparently, the tablet is aimed at users who often need high performance and versatility, but sometimes you want the functionality of the tablet. His undoubted advantage is the built-in keyboard, but paying for it was a large thickness and weight.
Price tablet is still unknown.