Toshiba has introduced their Satellite Click 10, a convertible Windows 10 tablet/laptop with a budget price: $349 US for the 32GB model and $369 to bump the storage to 64GB of eMMC. The machine is built on the mid-tier SoC from Intel’s newest Cherry Trail Atom line, the x5-Z8300, so performance should be slightly lower than Microsoft’s Surface 3 tablet, and significantly below the Surface Pro line and competing Core M, i3, i5, and i7 based devices.
The convertible is advertised with the following specs
- Intel® Atom™ x5-Z8300 Processor
- Windows 10 Home
- 2GB LPDDR3 1600 ( not user upgradeable)
- Intel® Integrated Graphics
- 32GB solid state flash memory (eMMC)
- Sold Separately: Toshiba USB Portable DVD SuperMulti Drive
- Wi-Fi® Wireless networking (802.11a/g/n)
- Bluetooth® V4.1
- Keyboard Dock: TruType keyboard, Clickpad pointing device with multi-touch control, 2 USB v2.0 ports, Docking connector
- Tablet: Micro HDMI®, Microphone/Headphone combination port, 1 USB 2.0 port, Memory Card Reader, Docking connector, Volume up/down buttons, Windows button, Power button
- 2 cell/22.5Wh Lithium Ion battery pack(not user replaceable)
The sales sheet goes on to confirm that the device has a 10.1” 1920x1200 LED backlit display and stereo speakers, which are both a nice spec bump from the previous generation of budget-oriented devices. With the efficiency improvements brought about by Windows 10, as well as the modern graphics included in Intel’s newest Atoms, this should be a healthy upgrade from the previous generation of Bay Trail Atom Z3735 based Windows tablets.