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.