Toshiba Satellite Radius 12 Windows 10 Convertible Arrives Sunday With 4K Display And $1,299 Price Tag
Early last month we first brought you news of Toshiba’s handsome Satellite Radius 12 convertible. Besides the fact that the convertible is sporting the versatile new Windows 10 operating system, we were immediately drawn to its 12.5-inch display, which is bursting with 4K goodness (it sports a 3840x2160 resolution and 353 pixels per inch to be exact).
Today, we’re learning that Satellite Radius 12 will be priced from $999, but that is for a model with “only” a Full HD (1920x1080) display. If you want the 4K Ultra HD Edition, you’ll have to part with $1,299.
No matter which model you choose, you’ll be well covered on the hardware front with sixth generation Intel Core processors, 8GB of RAM and your choice of 256GB or 512GB solid state drives (SSDs). The Radius 12 also incorporates an LED-backlit keyboard, 802.11ac Wi-Fi, HDMI, two USB 3.0 port (one which features USB Sleep and Charge support) and a single USB-C port so that you can connects your brand new OnePlus 2 or Lumia 950 XL. And if you’re wondering about screen durability, the Radius 12 incorporates Corning Gorilla Glass NBT which offers 8 to 10 times the scratch resistance of ordinary soda lime glass displays.
Both models of the Radius 12 are constructed of durable aluminum, measure just 0.6-inches thick and weigh in at 2.9 pounds. The brushed aluminum chassis on the standard model is finished in silver, while the 4K Ultra HD Edition goes a few shades darker with Carbon Gray.
“Toshiba has created the ultimate companion for the highly mobile, digital consumer that requires versatility, portability and durability with top-of-the-line technology that enables them to fully take advantage of Windows 10 and enhance their productivity and creativity,” said Philip Osako, Toshiba America Senior Director of Product Marking for the Digital Product Division.
Both models will be available to purchase starting October 18th direct from Toshiba or from Best Buy, BestBuy.com or Microsoft Stores.