Toshiba made known its intention to develop tablets that would run on windows operating system back in late 2015 at the IFA technology trade show in Berlin, Germany. But then it was only just an idea still brewing.
Not anymore, as the Japanese tech giant have announced the release of its ultra-slim tablet device that is 12 inches wide and powered by Windows 10 operating system. At 6.9mm thick and just 1.28 pounds heavy, the Toshiba Dynapad is easy to move around with without much hassle.
The Dynapad runs on an intel Atom CPU and contains up to 4GB of RAM. It comes with an amazing active pen with which sketches and drawings can be made with ease, speed and precision. It also comes with a keyboard dock as an extra gadget.
The Toshiba Dynapad will be available for purchase in Microsoft stores across the US in the next couple of weeks, the company announced at the CES 2016. And wait for it, it actually will go on sale at just $569.The Toshiba Dynapad price when available in Nigeria will range from N100,000-N150,000 depending on where you are buying from.