Even at the January Consumer Electronics Show, Toshiba introduced the concept of computer 5-in-1. Now the Japanese are ready to launch new product on the market, but they have added to it a couple of extra modes. Like other multimode Soup, Toshiba Dynabook KIRA L93, focused on the Japanese market, can be used in tablet mode, and when you connect the keyboard – in notebook mode.
Toshiba Dynabook KIRA L93
But then all users waiting for a number of “bonus” modes, including also:
Desktop mode: the computer is set on the table (with keyboard) as a traditional desktop;
Canvas mode: designed for drawing and handwriting;
Flat Mode: keyboard and display devices are fully straightened in the same plane;
Tent mode: in this case, the structure resembles nothing more than a tent. Used for easier viewing movies or interaction with touchscreen;
Stand mode: same as the desktop mode, but without a keyboard.
It is clear that every possible position to share Dynabook KIRA L93 into separate “modes” – This idea marketers Toshiba, because to perform the vast majority of tasks to any user will need only 2-3, a maximum of 4 modes. Nevertheless, the true Japanese gadzhetomana can not resist all seven modes trends.
As for the main characteristics of a hybrid computer, that you will find a 13.3-inch display (2560×1440 pixels), Intel Core i5 processor -4210y Haswell, 8GB RAM, SSD 128GB, standard 3 port USB 2.0, one port micro HDMI, speakers Harmon Kardon. There is support for Wi-Fi 802.11a/b/g/n and Bluetooth 4.0. As the installed OS Windows 8.1 (64-bit). Use sensory skills Dynabook KIRA L93 as you can with your fingers, and through a digital pen. Sales will start in late June; price was not disclosed.