Toshiba rapid to the illustrate with Wacom-equipped Dyna Pad

Toshiba is looking to out-Surface the Surface Pro 4 with the Dyna Pad, a -powered tablet intended at promising artists and anybody seeking a thin-and-light.

                                                                                                   

Completed  of a tablet part and a keyboard dock, the Dyna Pad features a 12-inch 1,920 x 1,280 pixel-resolution display that gives you a small additional horizontal space than standard Full HD. It also boasts palm-rest refusal tech which helps you evade unintentionally mashing the display when doodling.

Toshiba has bundled numerous note-taking apps used for scribbling notes, resizing images or inputting text. They include Tru Note, Tru Capture, Tru Recorder, Tru Note Clip and Tru Note Share. The corporation hasn't confirmed the Dyna Pad's specs yet, however it's probably Intel's space-saving, power-sipping Core M chip tucked away in.


Toshiba rapid to the illustrate with Wacom-equipped Dyna Pad

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