Toshiba announces the WT310 Windows 8 Pro Tablet

Toshiba UK has announced the launch of the WT310 tablet, a powerful touchscreen device designed for business professionals on the move. To keep up with the busy professional, the WT310 comes packed with the latest Intel Core processor and a range of features to ensure a fast and productive mobile working experience. With its 29.5cm (11.6”) Full HD screen and a wide range of connectivity features, the WT310 offers users multiple ways of interacting with the Windows 8 Pro operating system for additional convenience.

Toshiba WT310 tablet (3)

 

A tablet that means business

Optimised for business use, the WT310 includes a comprehensive range of features designed to aid mobile workers, no matter what job is at hand. Featuring a touch sensitive display and Windows 8 Pro, users can quickly swipe, scroll and tap programs or documents. Users can also make handwritten notes using a bundled DigitizerPen – perfect for meeting minutes or seminars – while advanced software converts the notes into text documents for further editing or sharing with colleagues.

Advanced security and data management

Using Toshiba’s quality and reliability testing, the WT310 has been designed to ensure it can comfortably handle intensive daily use. The resilient plastic coating of the WT310 ensures the internal components are protected from damage in the event of accidental drops, knocks or even heavy pressure. Resistant to movement, the internal solid state drive (SSD) provides additional storage reliability, so it’s perfect for those long-haul business trips.

A range of advanced security and data management features are pre-installed on the tablet, including Intel® Anti-Theft – a software package that reduces the risk of unauthorised access – and the Trusted Platform Module (TPM) which safeguards locally stored critical data. IT managers can also monitor, maintain, repair and upgrade the WT310 remotely, thanks to the Intel Active Management Technology on selected models, ensuring mobile professionals are always running the latest system updates.

Connectivity potential

Multiple connectivity options make it easy to output content on to a large screen or projector, ideal for meetings and presentations. An HDMI® micro port allows content to be displayed on a larger Full HD screen without any loss of detail, while the Intel Wireless Display allows users to transfer multimedia to a compatible TV set or projector without the need for cables.

For more intensive writing tasks, an optional docking cradle features additional ports for connecting to a keyboard, mouse or external hard drive. Additional HDMI® ports provide extra flexibility for outputting content and the full-size USB 3.0 port and SD card slot allow for storage to be extended if necessary. Furthermore, the cradle’s Gigabit LAN port ensures fast and safe access to a corporate network.

The WT310 features Wi-Fi b/g/n or a/g/b/n, as well as support to HSPA+/LTE networks for fast and reliable wireless broadband connectivity, and data transfer between other mobile devices such as smartphones is quick thanks to Bluetooth 4.0 as standard.

Toshiba WT310 facts & figures

· 29.5 cm (11.6”) anti-glare Full HD high brightness touch display

· DigitizerPen (on selected models)

· Latest Intel processor technology for Ultrabooks

· SSD storage

· Connectivity: 1x full size USB 3.0, 1x HDMI micro,  SD card slot, Wi-Fi b/g/n or a/g/b/n Intel Wireless Display, optional embedded HSPA+/LTE module

· Business utility tools: Trusted Platform Module (TPM v1.2), Intel Active Management Technology (AMT), Intel Anti-Theft, Toshiba Eco Utility software

· Colours: Steel grey metallic

· Dimensions: 229x189x12.4 mm

· Weight: Starting at 825g

· Windows 8 Pro (64bit)

The Toshiba WT130 will be available in the UK from Q2 2013.

  • wtphuckdisisstupid

    Is this a news article or an advertisement?

    • http://connecteddigitalworld.com/ Andrew Edney

      It’s information from the press release – I don’t see what the problem is?

      • wtphuckdisisstupid

        It reads like a press release.

        “Toshiba UK has announced the launch of the WT310 tablet, a powerful touchscreen device designed for business professionals on the move.”

        …should be…

        Toshiba UK has announced the launch of the WT310 tablet, a ***** touchscreen device designed for mobile business professionals ****.

        “To keep up with the busy professional, the WT310 comes packed with the latest Intel Core processor and a range of features to ensure a fast and productive mobile working experience.”

        …should be…

        To keep up with the busy professional, the WT310 comes ***** with the latest Intel Core processor and a range of features********************************************.”

        “A tablet that means business”

        …should be…

        “A table for business use.” (or something else similarly devoid of sensation)

        “Optimised for business use, the WT310 includes a comprehensive range of features designed to aid mobile workers, no matter what job is at hand.”

        …should be…

        Optimised for business use, the WT310 includes a comprehensive range of features designed to aid mobile workers, **********************************”.

        (saying that the device can handle any job at hand is clearly not a fact, and not something that you could have possibly determined for everyone who would use the device)

        “Users can also make handwritten notes using a bundled DigitizerPen – perfect for meeting minutes or seminars”

        …should be

        “Users can also make handwritten notes using a bundled DigitizerPen –*****************************************.”

        A journalist, as you know, should abstain from using any type of language that shows bias. This article looks like it was written by the marketing department of Toshiba, then handed over to you so that you could post it here.

        By the way, I like Toshiba, but that’s not the point. Objectively speaking, this “article” reads like an advertisement.

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