Toshiba is all set to run with the big ones. After the Windows 8.1, it has come out with new 13.3-inch Satellite Click, a 2-in-1 detachable PC for $600 that offers tablet convenience with laptop functionality; and $380 Satellite ND15t. They are a sign that Toshiba is all charged up and ready for action.
When Windows 8.1 came on the scene, it evoked mixed reactions. But now the 8 inch Encore Tablet and the 13.3 inch Satellite Click which is a split-away laptop have arrived to further pep up the Toshiba Experience. Toshiba pays close attention to the price strategy as a part of its policy.
The Satellite Click is yours for $600. With all the powers of a fully functional PC, this device has a detachable keyboard. A 1366 x 768 display unit and A4 processor make it a budgetary item instead of a luxury laptop. However, it is in matters of long battery life that this gadget comes out on top. In fact, the batteries accompany both the keyboard and the tablet.
Though not exactly super-impressive, the Click is not bad either. Then there is the $380 Satellite NB15t. This is a regular 11.6 inch snap-worthy laptop that is the answer to the MacBook Air. Besides an Intel processor, it has 500 GB along with 4GB of Random Access Memory like the Clever Click.
Toshiba has cornered the price range market that had been ignored by the other players in the field. The major goal behind Toshiba’s tripartite campaign was bringing a certain price niche to the public. In this it has been wildly successful.
Carl Pinto, Marketing VP of Digital Products Division, Toshiba America Information Systems, Inc., said, "The first generation of detachable PCs was out of reach of the mainstream buyer. We believe that home users can truly benefit from the form factor as it provides the versatility for both work and play. We paid attention to every detail with the Satellite Click, equipping it with the right processor, ample storage and a larger-screen tablet at an attainable price."