TheToshiba has officially announced its new Windows 8 Pro tablet, code-named WT310, which stands for Full HD screen size of 11.6 “and specially designed applications for digital pen, allowing the user to convert written notes into digital files .
In addition to the main products, Toshiba also manufactures component parts for various kinds of mobile devices with the shape and size. And most recently, the company has announced the latest CMOS camera sensor developed by the company. While still on paper, but it seems like a promising piece of silicon.
Even before sales of the new iPad to craftsmen from iFixit got an instance of the device with Wi-Fi and 4G, which they, of course, immediately dismantled.
Judging by the number on the LCD-panel, the experts suggested that the novelty the display was made by Samsung. But the most impressive “detail” was the battery, or rather its capacity – 11,560 mAh. The battery consists of three cells of size 12.5 x 6, 5 cm, 4 mm thick and covers almost all the interior of the device.
It’s funny that on the Apple site indicated battery capacity 42.5 watt-hour battery at the most for 43-watt-hour, and each of its elements – 14.6 watt-hour, giving a total value of the third – 43.6 Watt hour.
In any case, the capacity of the battery in the new iPad to 70% more than the iPad 2.
As they have come into our lives as electronic versions of books, journals, texts, etc. (through computers, Tablets and eReaders ), there will always be a need for printed material.
However, both for environmental reasons and for economic, companies want to reduce paper consumption and recently proposed the use of paper open to delete the print, but it costs significantly more than the classic A4 paper and has a limited shelf life, so rejected .
A much better solution is to propose Toshiba , addressing the issue differently. He rejected the erasable paper and created a new type of toner (the cartridge with ink in printers), which “writes” onto the paper and also has the ability to erase the ink with a thermal technique, called FriXion Ball.
The new Toshiba Portege Z835-P330 has the cheapest ultrabook . Typically, the initial thickness of the laptop price is at least 15 mm $ 1,000, and as for the new ultrabook from Toshiba, it costsonly $ 800 with 13.3 inch Portege so we can say that Z835-P330 is currently the cheapest ultrabook on the US market.
Portege Z835-P330 runs on a dual-core 1.4-GHz processor Intel Core i3-2367M integrated graphics and
Toshiba at IFA 2011 demonstrated the “Slimmest Tablet PC” Named AT200.
The manufacturer said that the tablet is the thinnest in the world with 10.1-inch tablet – with a case thickness of 7.7 mm. iPad2 and Galaxy Tab 10.1 at the same time act as a catch-up – the thickness of 8.8 and 8.6 mm, respectively.