Protégé M700 from Toshiba
by Mark R
I love some of the lastest tablet technology that is out now. For example, the Toshiba Protégé M700 is definitely right up my alley.
As ninth generation technology from Toshiba, it is one of the first to use LED backlighting and an antiglare coating for a nice indoor and outdoor performance.
The screen, which is a 12.1 incher, is like an iPhone with its touchy-feely-ness. No stylus is required to access whatever you want to access on this lovely tablet.
Other features include a spill-resistant keyboard, a fingerprint reader, a DVD SuperMulit Drive 4, an integrated webcam, as well as an accelerometer-based HDD protection. It can also take still photos, video, and even record audio notes.
As far as what is inside, there are Intel Core 2 Duo Processors, an Intel 965 Express chipset, an Intel WiFi Link 4965AGN supporting draft 802.11n3, as well as Intel Active Management Technology (AMT 2.6). Ultra SlimBay gives a user some flexibility to change the configuration of the Tablet PC to adjust to individual user needs.
There is also a design that uses an improved hinge and display guide/peg mechanism with a latch-less design for better ease of use. There is also the Shock Absorbing Design6, which allows for protection against drops and other damages that can happen.
I’m not certain of the release date, but it should be available sometime for a price of $1,700.