IFA 2012 | Toshiba unveils the Satellite U925t tablet with slide-out keyboard
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The Japanese manufacturer Toshiba has added a new slide-out tablet, called U925t, to its Satellite Series of portable devices. According to report from MaximumPC, the hybrid system will become commercially available on October 26th in the US for a yet undisclosed price.
Introduced at the 2012 IFA trade show, the U925t runs on a Windows 8 operating system and is powered by a third generation (Ivy Bridge) Dual-Core Intel Core i5 central processing unit and an Intel HD 4000 graphics card. Moreover, the notebook-slash-tablet is equipped with a 12.5-inch capacitive In-Plane Switching multi-touch display that features a Gorilla Glass coating and a native resolution of 1366-by-768 pixels.
Apparently, users are further provided with 4 gigs of DDR3 RAM, a 128GB Solid-State Drive and two integrated cameras (3MP rear-facing shooter with AF). Other specs include built-in NFC and Intel WiDi connectivity, two USB 3.0 ports, an HDMI output; media card reader slot, 3-axis magnetometer, an illuminated full QWERTY keyboard, Bluetooth 4.0 and Wireless LAN 802.11n radios (no LAN).
The manufacturer claims that the Satellite U925t hybrid tablet measures 0.78-inch at its thickest point and weighs about 3.2lbs.