In addition to the AMD-powered Click notebook with detachable display, Toshiba also brought a couple of other devices to IFA this week. The Encore is a Windows 8.1 optimized tablet, while the NB15t is a a compact, budget-friendly notebook.
The Encore is based on Intel's quad-core Bay Trail Atom and boasts an 8-inch 1280 x 800 multi-touch HDFFS display, an 8-megapixel camera, a 2-megapixel front-facing camera, 32 GB of storage, and a microSD slot. Pricing is set at $330 and you can expect this one in stores in November, but precise release date for the Encore is unknown.
The NB15t is an 11.6-inch notebook based on Intel's Celeron N2810 dual-core CPU and 500 GB of storage. Priced at $380, it's cheap and cheerful, and it's due out in November. Processor and storage aside, there's 4 GB of RAM, 802.11 b/g/n Wi-Fi, Ethernet, USB 3.0 and HDMI, and an HD webcam. As with the Encore, this device isn't out until November.
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No word on how much RAM? Though 2gb seems most likely.Reply
Low end but serviceable seeming product, decent price point. Hopefully performs better than Iconia W3. With full Windows 8 tablets costing around $300, we'd better see RT tablets sub $250 soon. RT is fine as an OS but not if they price it like Windows 8 machines.
Wow, that laptop actually seems to be priced fairlyReply
Isn't there is an Ecore electronics?Reply