Toshiba WT310 fits an ultrabook into 11.6" Full HD tablet with Windows 8 Pro, is mum on the price


While Microsoft is on the cusp of introducing the second generation of Surface tablets, there's not exactly a glut of powerful Windows 8 slates in the meantime, so Toshiba decided to fill the void with the pro-oriented WT310 tablet.

It boasts an 11.6" Full HD display, which is good, but also an Intel Core CPU of undisclosed kind and a DigitizerPen as an added input option. There is a USB 3.0 port, if you were wondering, plus an HDMI one, as well as SD card slo. Besides the standard connectivity options like Wi-Fi, Bluetooth 4.0 and optional 4G HSPA+ / LTE radios, we also get Intel's WiDi standard for wireless streaming.

A docking station with extra ports will be available, along with a bunch of enterprise-oriented niceties like a Trusted Platform Module, Active Management Technology and Anti-Theft software for IT department management.


The Toshiba WT310 tablet is as compact as an 11-incher with Intel Core CPU and Full HD screen can get, at 9 x 7.5 x 0.5 inches (229 x 189 x 12.4mm), weighing 29 ounces (825g), for those keeping track. Release is slated for later this quarter when the important details left out, like price, CPU type and storage capacity, will all be revealed.

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