Toshiba is next in line to unveil a convertible Ultrabook at Computex, as well as two Windows RT devices.
Unfortunately, Toshiba apparently did not complete the devices in time for Computex as all three devices are shown to the public as non-working concepts. Needless to say, there is no information on specs available at this time. either. The information is limited to just descriptions of:
- A Windows 8 ultrabook convertible designed in partnership with Intel
- A touch-screen Windows RT clamshell PC
- A Windows RT tablet with keyboard dock
Among the functional, but less exciting products Toshiba brought to Computex are the Ivy Bridge-based R9 Series business notebooks, the AT300 tablet with Nvidia's Tegra 3 chip and an arrival date sometime this summer, the 13.3-inch Portege Z935 Ivy Bridge Ultrabook ($900), as well as the 23-inch LX830 all-in-one PC, also based on Intel's Ivy Bridge.
As an unusual contribution, the company also unveiled the Satellite U845W, an ultrabook with a 21:9 screen aspect ratio. With a 14.4-inch screen, the "cinematic display" delivers a very wide resolution of 1792 x 768 pixels. Toshiba will be offering the U845W with 500 GB HDD or 256 GB SSD options and Ivy bridge processors from $1000.
A variant of the U845W, the regular U845, will come to us as a more affordable ultrabook for prices starting at $750 MSRP. The system will have a 14-inch 1366 x768 screen, a 500 GB HDD that is paired with a 16 GB or 32 GB SSD.