Toshiba are joining the ranks of companies looking to impress as 2015 draws to a close and Toshiba have opted to do so by making what they’re hoping will be the world’s thinnest 12-inch 2-in-1 device. This is the company’s new dynaPad.

What is that when it’s at home? The dynaPad is a 12-inch tablet/notebook combination, which features an HD screen, and users will have access to an Intel Atom x5-Z8300 processor. The rest of the specs aren’t really available but there’s going to be a stylus added, a Wacom Active Electro-Static peripheral.

The tablet weighs in at 569 grams without the keyboard, and not a whole lot more with it attached. And (here’s where the thin part comes in), the dynaPad measures just 15mm thick – with the keyboard included. Nice one Toshiba.

Source: Digital Trends

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