Toshiba offers cheap convertible laptop

Toshiba offers cheap convertible laptop

Nowadays it just doesn’t cut it to have nice hardware inside a notebook – the fanciest models can also be converted to other devices such as tablets. The downside is that you have to pay more for this convenience but nothing is for free in this world. Fortunately help is on the way if you want to have a convertible notebook that does not cost too much – Toshiba has been thinking of you with its new Satellite Click 10 notebook that offers just what you want!

The new notebook by Toshiba is a small-sized device – it comes with a 10-inch sensor display that works at 1900 x 1200 pixels (the name of the device suggests the display size as you can see) and it has an 8 MP rear camera, accompanied by a 2 MP front one, 32 GB or 64 GB of internal memory, Dolby Digital Plus stereo speakers, a micro HDMI port and a thin chassis that weighs just 998 grams (2.2 pounds). The keyboard of the Satellite Click 10 is detachable and when you take it off you end up with a 9 mm (0.36-inch) thick tablet that weighs 545 grams (1.2 pounds) so this is nice too.

Unfortunately most small-sized notebooks are not computational powerhouses and the Satellite Click 10 is not an exception – the notebook comes with an Intel Atom x5 processor and 2 GB of RAM. All this hardware costs USD 349, which is a nice low price and given that for this money you also get Windows 10, the Satellite Click 10 may turn out to be a rather nice budget-oriented notebook that is convertible at that too.

Source: Toshiba

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