Toshiba’s dynaPad, which was unveiled last year in September, will officially hit retail stores at the end of this month. The 12-inch ultra-thin tablet is among the thinnest of its Windows 10 based devices of such kind, this is according to Toshiba.

It boasts features such as a 12-inch display with 1920×1280 resolution. The tablet also comes with a digitizer pen that can last for more than 1000 hours on a single charge. Toshiba also offers a special keyboard dock for the dynaPad, which can be used to convert the slate into a laptop.

Other features also include:

  • Microsoft Windows 10 operating system
  • Wi-Fi and Bluetooth
  • 2MP front camera and 8 MP back camera
  • 4 GB of RAM & 64 GB of NAND flash storage

Toshiba is yet to reveal other specifications and configurations of its dynaPad.

Source: AnandTech


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