Toshiba launches the thinnest tablet in the world running Windows 10. The tablets with Windows is not glorified with compact dimensions of the competitors with iOS and Android, but Toshiba is ready to change that with the DynaPad. Although it relies on Windows 10 the tablet has a thickness of only 6.9 millimeters and weighs 569 grams, making it the thinnest 12-inch tablet with the Microsoft platform in the world, says Toshiba.

With additional hardware keyboard with magnetic grip and keys movement of 1.5 mm the tablet becomes a compact laptop with improved text input. With the keyboard the tablet weight increases to 996 grams and 14.9 mm thickness. For ease writing and drawing Toshiba provides stylus WACOM Active Electro-Static (AES), which recognizes the power of pressure (to 2048 levels) and provides a sense in writing, which is close to that in the use of paper.

Toshiba DynaPad has a WUXGA + display with a resolution of 1920 x 1280 pixels and screen coating that reduces fingerprints and unwanted reflections and at the same time is high sensitivity for precise writing. The new Toshiba tablet uses Intel Atom processor with a frequency of 1.44 GHz and has 4GB of RAM.

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