Toshiba has launched a new tablet that runs on Windows 7 operating system; it is called Dynabook WT301/D. The company announced that it would release the tablet in Japan in January 2012. So far, there is no information about the price of the tablet. Toshiba Dynabook WT301/D is well designed and its display is surrounded by a black bezel. This tablet is designed for enterprise users.
Toshiba Dynabook WT301/D will come with a touchscreen interface that will have a 10.1-inch display and a resolution of 1366 x 768 pixels. The pre-installed 32-bit Professional edition of Windows 7 will be backed by the powerful Atom processor. It will be further equipped with a 2 GB RAM and a storage capacity of 64 GB. Toshiba Dynabook WT301/D will also feature a pre-installed version of Microsoft Home and Business 2010.
Toshiba announced that its new tablet will come with a set of connectivity ports for Bluetooth 3.0, Wi-Fi IEEE 802.11b/g/n, USB, and microHDMI. With features like HDMI, you can stream HD videos from the tablet to your HD TV.
The Toshiba tablet will come with two cameras – one at the back and the other at the front. The front camera (0.3MP) can be used for video chatting and the one at the back(1.3MP) can be used to click pictures.
Toshiba also claims that its new Windows 7 tablet will have a sound enhancer, which will give users a better audio experience. The display light can be adjusted, which means that you will be able to read clearly even in bright sunlight.