In the market of universal notebook-transformer appeared novelties: Toshiba introduced two devices called Satellite Radius 11 and Satellite CL10-B. Both laptops have a similar design and construction that allows the screen to rotate 360 degrees, turning them into a kind of tablets.
Both models feature a 11.6-inch touch screen with a resolution of 1366×768 pixels, graphics chips Intel HD Graphics, WiFi module and Bluetooth 4.0, ports HDMI, USB 3.0, USB 2.0, card reader, as well as the pre-Windows 8.1.
The difference between the two devices is shown in the main modules: Satellite Radius 11 is the Intel Celeron or Intel Pentium (depending on version), a hard disk capacity of 500 GB, 4 GB of RAM and a weight of 1.3 kg; Satellite CL10-B is only available with a processor Intel Celeron, 2 GB of RAM and 32 GB of non-volatile memory eMMC, but weighs almost 200 grams less.
Both models will be available no earlier than October 26, and the price starts from a level of $ 330.