- Both laptop and tablet in one affordable 22.6 cm (8.9”) device
- Bright high resolution display with IPS tech
- Stereo sound enhanced by Dolby Digital Plus
Toshiba has brought especially for you the consumer an Intel-fueled Satellite Click Mini which provides up to 16 hours video playback in a thin, light chassis.
Toshiba is a name that is synonymous with change and transformation. It deals in the evolution of technology and is the bearer of glad tidings about providing software solutions that will make lives easier and things better in the future.
One of the latest products that it is introducing into the marketplace is a Satllite Click Mini which is basically a take-off 8.9 inch laptop-cum-tablet. It is a detachable device that has a reasonable price tag too.
Portable and seamlessly sophisticated, it offers two roles in one. You can convert it from a laptop to a tablet at the touch of a single button. Now isn’t that a swell thing to witness and experience.
You won’t need ten thousand things and will just need to carry this single source of everything under one techno rubric. Whether you are an upwardly mobile young professional or a child with learning tasks to accomplish or even a student that has to fit in study routines in a hurry into his schedule, this is the ideal two in one gadget for you.
Thus it is a versatile contraption that is suitable for all types of people. The range of activities and services it offers can make your day. It is technological freedom and freshness at its wildest.
The weight is very light and the body structure is thin and sleek not to mention smooth. Besides high definition viewing there is the flexibility of looking at the screen by sharing it with others.
It is an immersive experience par excellence. The sound system on it is also very state-of-the-art. Songs, video clips and a host of games are available on the platform. Built for the road ahead, this wonder in wireless technology is a miracle in magical data processing.
With long battery life and Intel powered engine, it seems like the perfect tool of the trade for any mind worker. An Intel Processor lies at its core. The graphics are brilliant and very bright. And with 2GB memory and 32GB storage capacity, it is a treasurehouse of information accessibility.
Finally, with Bluetooth facility and a funky camera not to mention a Windows Operating System on board, with this critter of creativity you just cannot go wrong. It comes in white and gold hues and is something worth acquiring even if the goal is only for the sheer heck of the supercharged experience it will afford its user.
Complete Specifications of Toshiba Satellite Click Mini are:
Display: 22.6 cm (8.9”) WUXGA (1920 x 1200) IPS display with capacitive 10 point multi-finger touchscreen support
Processors: Intel® AtomTM Z3735F processor
Graphics: Integrated Intel® graphics
Memory: 2 GB DDR3L
Storage: 32 GB eMMC
- Tablet: 1 x Micro-HDMI®-out, 1 x Micro-USB and 1 x microSD card slot (up to 128 GB support), 1 x Mic/Headphone Combo port
- Keyboard: 1 x full size USB 2.0, 1 x full size SD (up to 128 GB support) slot
Communication: WiFi® 802.11 b/g/n, Bluetooth® 4.0, wireless display ready
5 MP auto focus rear-facing camera, 2 MP front facing camera
Audio: Side firing stereo speakers with Dolby® Digital Plus™
OS: Windows 8.1 Update with Bing
One year subscription to Microsoft Office 365 Personal
Battery life: Up to 16 hours1 video playback with keyboard dock
Colour: Satin GoldTM or Smart White Pearl
- Tablet mode: 235 x 161 x 9.8 mm
- Laptop mode : 235 x 170.6 x 19.9 mm
- Tablet: 470 g2
- Laptop mode: 999 g2
Toshiba announced the Intel-powered Satellite Click Mini at CES 2015. The Satellite Click Mini will be available in Europe during the first quarter of 2015. But Toshiba’s Intel-powered Satellite Click Mini, which is a detachable 8.9-inch device that offers both laptop and tablet capabilities, is now on display at CES 2015.
More CES 2015 highlights can be found in our CES 2015 News Hub. The CES 2015 begins officially on January 6 and ends on January 9, 2015 in Las Vegas. The CES 2015 announcements and news are though pouring in since end of 2014. The big topics at the CES 2015 are 4k Ultra HD TVs, wearables, robotics and cars technology.
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