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Toshiba TT301, a 24-inch business tablet


Toshiba TT301, a 24-inch business tablet

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December 8, 2014

The growth of the tablet market will be quite small in 2014, as a result of the slowdown that has caused a drastic change in the situation of many companies. This is forcing brands to reinvent themselves, look for a new way to sell their tablets, and the business segment It has been detected by some of them as a possible reef to exploit. This is the case of Microsoft Surface Pro (although in this case it comes from afar), Apple and its possible iPad Air Plus or Samsung Galaxy TabPro 12.2. Toshiba has presented its proposal, although it bets on a quite different concept.

Toshiba TT301 is a device with a huge screen, 24 inches (Full HD resolution). This would be considered by many to be a monitor for a PC or a television, the question is that it has all the hardware specifications of a tablet, and Toshiba itself has defined it as a "business tablet", recording the objective they are pursuing with their launching.

toshiba-tt301 "width =" 656 "height =" 318 "srcset =" 656w, app / uploads / 2014/12 / toshiba-tt301-300x145.jpg 300w, 240w, app / uploads / 2014/12 / toshiba-tt301.jpg 690w "sizes =" (max-width: 656px) 100vw, 656px "/></p><p>Its configuration is not too powerful, so its professional use would be focused on tasks that do not require high processing capacity or high graphics performance. So at first glance it does seem sufficient and useful for those administrative tasks, presentation of information, etc. which right now often require a<strong> Full pc</strong> and that it could be replaced by this equipment that is more comfortable to use, transport and takes up less space.</p><p>Its processor has two cores that work at frequencies of 1 GHz, and is accompanied by a <strong>RAM of 1.5 GH</strong>. Internal storage is also not above average, it is left with 16 GB. Important for the function Toshiba has assigned to it, the addition of functions such as Miracast (to use an additional screen, for example), and the infrared remote control. Includes an HDMI port and its weight is "only"<strong> 1.8 Kilos</strong>. It also has impressive sound with two integrated speakers <strong>2W.</strong></p><p>The operating system it uses is not surprising to our Windows, but it uses the version<strong> Android 4.2.1,</strong> with a pretty attractive custom layer and features like <strong>multi-screen</strong> to view multiple applications simultaneously. Its price will be important to be able to make an assessment and see if this giant tablet has a tour or will stay in one more proposal. The only thing we know for now is that its launch will occur first in Japan, but they have not specified the specific date.</p><p>Via: Ubergizmo</p><p></p><!-- WP QUADS Content Ad Plugin v. 1.8.17 --><div class=