While some are already discussing 8K tablets, Toshiba is prepared to sell a new convertible slate with a 4K screen from next week. Priced at $1,299, the newcomer is called Satellite Radius 12 and it’s a Windows 10 convertible, an alternative to the Yoga Pro 3 or the Surface Book even.
The product has a claimed battery life of a full day, a brushed metal case that’s a 0.6 inches thick and it weighs 2.9 pounds. The screen is a 12.5 inch 4K affair and apparently you can also pick a Full HD version. The screen has Gorilla Glass protection and Technicolor certified color accuracy. Inside there’s a sixth gen Intel CPU, up to 8 GB of RAM and Harmon Kardon acoustics.
Windows 10 Hello support is also here, plus an USB 3.1 Super Speed port and either 256 GB or 512 GB of SSD storage. The device will be up for sale on Best Buy, Microsoft Store and Toshiba’s own store from October 18th. The 1080p version starts at $1,000 and the 4K one at $1,300.