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Toshiba presents a spectacular prototype tablet with Windows 10 and 12 inches at the IFA


Toshiba presents a spectacular prototype tablet with Windows 10 and 12 inches at the IFA

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September 4, 2015

The IFA in Berlin has had during its conference days a high presence of 2-in-1 tablets, with several brands demonstrating the progress of this corner that increasingly occupies more space in the room that is the tablet market. One of the most interesting devices, although it is still only a prototype under development, has been presented by Toshiba today. A computer with Windows 10 and ultra-thin 12-inch screen that is intuited as a future rival of the iPad Pro that Apple will present soon.

With the drop in tablet sales since the last quarter of 2014, many manufacturers are getting on the 2-in-1 car which has been thrown in recent years by brands such as Toshiba, one of which has dared to try several times with devices halfway between tablet and laptop. Following their strategy, they have shown in the IFA one of the prototypes that they currently have in development, a device that denotes the greatest competition and these firms need to improve what they had been doing so far.

In The Verge they have had the opportunity to establish a close contact with the Toshiba tablet and highlight several of its features. Among them what thin and light which is at hand, something very important if we consider that it is a device 12 inches screen, by the way, resolution Full HD (1,920 x 1,280 pixels). A detail that would be explained with the manufacturing materials, apparently plastic for the most part. Apart from the design, we are not in a position to even make a first judgment of its specifications, since they have barely revealed that it has a Intel Atom processor and run Windows 10.

toshiba-prototype-ifa-1 "width =" 656 "height =" 435 "srcset =" 656w, 300w, -1-501x332.jpg 501w, 1020w "sizes =" (max-width: 656px) 100vw, 656px "/ ></p><h2>With the iPad Pro in the spotlight</h2><p>However, there are several details that place it as a <strong>possible alternative (economical) to iPad Pro</strong>. First of all its careful design, this will be one of the strengths of the tablet for professional use that Apple will present next September 9 if everything goes as planned, and although we have said that it will not be completely premium, it does appreciate a Special care in this section. Also the possibility of <strong>adapt a keyboard</strong> (which coincidentally reminds of the Logitech for iPad) and the inclusion of a stylus can go this way, since we expect an iPad Pro with both accessories.</p><p>According to The Verge <strong><em>"It is approaching the point where it feels like we are holding a paper notebook"</em></strong>, an objective pursued by the iPad Pro and practically any productive tablet that wants to enter the business sector. Therefore and with the price surely raising the iPad Pro, those of Cupertino will have a hard time defending their product against others like this Toshiba prototype that they will offer <strong>Windows 10</strong> (the operating system called to save the tablet market), a<strong> design</strong> at the height and a <strong>best value for money</strong>.</p><p><img class=

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