Toshiba has unveiled its first Windows 10 laptops.
With Windows 10’s final release, it is expected that laptop makers would begin developing notebooks with the most up to date Windows.
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Toshiba is taking the start with a couple of new convertible tablets, and an upgrade to its 15-inch laptop line.
The new Encore 10 is a standard Windows tablet, while the Encore 10K has a separable keyboard which can be attached per your choice. They both feature a 10.1-inch IPS display. The tablets are also light, weighing only 1.3 pounds.
Along with the keyboard joined it will weigh 2.6 pounds. Both tablets will come with 10-point multi-touch and 1080p displays.
They're powered by Intel Atom x5 quad-center processors, which have low power prerequisites. The Tecra A50 has undergone an upgrade too. Toshiba replaced the fourth generation Intel chips with new fifth generation Intel Core i5 and i7 CPUs.
The 15.6-inch laptop will support various HD and Full HD display choices. It will also have eight hours of battery life and a full-sized keyboard.
Toshiba says the A50 will be offered with choices in operating system, likely Windows 10 and 8.1. There is also EasyGuard Technology, which offers "multi-tiered security and data protection measures that guard components against accidental bumps".
Apart from the new laptops with Windows 10, various Toshiba older laptops have been upgraded with Windows 10 too. But you can still buy PCs with Windows 8.1.
And you’ll also get the update to Windows 10 free but only before July 29, 2016. The Encore 10 and 10K will release in mid September for $299 and $479 separately.
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They will need a $100 alternative to move up to Windows 10 Pro. The Tecra A50 will release in August, and the three models will priced between $729 and $799.