Japanese giant Toshiba remains one of the best rated PC manufacturers. However, its tablet range is being looked as boring, and doesn't fit well with Apple styled consumers. The tech vendor sells Android tablet too under the Excite range. However, India is not an important destination for Toshiba, as the tech vendor hasn't come up with tablets in the market. Meanwhile, Microsoft prepares to splash the dose of next-generation Surface tablets; Toshiba is also keen to announce Windows 8 Pro tablet. Toshiba WT310 is indeed the next-gen heavy weight Surface Pro challenger.
The Toshiba WT310 comes with a 11.6-inch display, an undisclosed Intel processor (should be Intel i5 processor), Wi-Fi, Bluetooth 4, USB 3.0, HDMI, WiDi for wireless streaming, optional 4G , Ethernet port and lastly DigitizerPen as a input device.
Going by the official press release, the display is a Full HD master. While the internal specifications aren't complete. The tablet uses an optional dock to be used in offices. It appears that the Toshiba WT310 is primarily targeted at enterprise section. It is powered by Windows 8 Pro, weighs 825 grams, and comes in Steel Gray metallic colour option. As of now, Toshiba has announced the tablet for the U.K market. With no official pricing revealed by Toshiba, it is set to compete with Microsoft Surface Pro and HP ElitePad 900.
HP ElitePad 900
The HP ElitePad 900 is a new Windows 8 tablet meant to woo power business users. It packs a 10.1-inch display with resolution of 1280 X 800 pixels, 1.8 GHz Dual-core Intel Atom (Z2760) Clover Trail processor coupled with 2GB of RAM, an 8-mega pixel rear facing camera, Full HD front facing camera, HP client security system, HP ElitePad Expansion Jacket ( optional accessory) and Windows 8 Pro OS. Asking price - Rs. 43,500
Microsoft's Surface Pro, is a terrific option, but the software giant is yet to announce the device in the Indian market. The Chinese consumer recently got their hands on the Surface Pro tablet. Let's hope to see the jeweled tablet in the market soon. Stay tuned to GizBot.