Toshiba has unveiled its first ultrabook laptop, a Windows 8 Pro-based device that doubles up as a tablet.
The Portege Z10T is being targeted at business users and comes with a wealth of innovative features, such as an Intel Core processor, a high-definition 11.6-inch screen and a spill-resistant keyboard.
It also boasts a number of advanced security options, including Anti-Theft software that lowers the risk of unwanted access and a Trusted Platform Module to safeguard sensitive data.
According to the manufacturer, the ultrabook is suited to business professionals who require a powerful, portable gadget that can easily adapt to different situations.
“The Portege Z10T quickly transforms from an intuitive touchscreen Windows 8 Pro tablet into a traditional full performance laptop in just one click,” it stated in a press release.
Other high-end features include a DigitizerPen to make on-screen notes, a handwriting recognition program and the potential for 3G if consumers are willing to splash out for it.
Some details about the Portege Z10T have not yet been disclosed by Toshiba, such as the weight of the device or how much it will retail at.