IFA has brought with it a ton of new notebooks and tablets. So far, the announcements have shown that tablet/notebook hybrids are hugely on trend at this year's IFA. Not one to be left behind, Toshiba's got its own offering in that space. The company today announced the Satellite Click, a 13.3-inch notebook with a detachable keyboard.
Similar to Asus' X102BA, this machine runs on an AMD processor. The chip running the show under the Satellite Click's hood is the AMD A4 APU, and it's paired with AMD Radeon 8000 graphics. There's also 4 GB of RAM and a 500 GB HDD. However, we've heard that the European model is actually going to ship with an Intel CPU. We've asked Toshiba for clarification on that. The 13.3-inch tablet comes with support for microSD, Micro-HDMI, and Micro USB. The keyboard docking station adds a full-size keyboard and a single USB 3.0 port.
Toshiba is promising early-September availability but isn't giving a specific date. No word on pricing either. We'll keep you posted.
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Demo unit at show had intel
Why same part no. in different market location, it is like we are living in a different universe.
Manufacturers are really deceiving consumers with their naming schemes.