The tablet is to launch in Q2 with a 11.6-inch Full HD anti-glare screen, the “latest Intel Core processor” and an SSD drive which – as well as being less susceptible to damage – is promoted as being “perfect for those long-haul business trips”.
Indeed, Toshiba hasn’t exactly been shy in playing up the device’s business features.
The model boasts Intel anti-theft software, the Trusted Platform Module (TPM v1.2), and a handy digitizer pen on certain models. There’s a useful collection of inputs for USB 3.0, HDMI and an SD card, while an optional docking cradle could allow users to connect to a bigger display. HSPA+/LTE connectivity is also optional.
Toshiba was less forthcoming on the specific CPU, RAM size, SSD capacity or how much buyers will have to splash out on the snappily-named WT310. Presumably the tablet’s price tag will be in line with Microsoft’s own Surface Pro, which starts at $899.