Toshiba’s New Satellite Radius 11 Convertible with Windows 8.1 Announced for $329

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New Windows 8.1 laptops are getting released on the market, and after we’ve seen some new devices coming from Lenovo and Fujitsu, we now turn our attention to Toshiba who has unveiled its latest Satellite Radious convertible.
toshiba Satellite Radius 11 Convertible Windows 8.1
The new Windows 8.1 product from Toshiba targets both laptop and tablet users, as the all-new Satellite Radius 11 Convertible comes with an affordable price and can be used both as a tablet and as a laptop. The device has a unique, 360-degree, two-axis, ‘flip-and-fold’ hinge which enables five distinct usage modes: Laptop, Tablet, Tabletop, Presentation and Audience.

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It features a 11.6-inch diagonal, HD TruBrite touchscreen display, which, while not that big and powerful, should be enough for those looking for a reliable netbook. The Satellite Radius 11 Convertible is pretty lightweight at less than three pounds; it also features a nice and elegant patterned light gold finish, along with a fanless design/

You can onfigure it with the latest Intel Pentium or Celeron processor, up to 4GB of RAM and either 32GB of speedy Flash memory or a 500GB hard drive. HD webcam, one USB 3.0, one USB 2.0, HDMI and an SD card slot are also present. Starting October 26th, you will be able to buy it from a starting price of $329 from major retailers or from Toshiba directly.

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