Toshiba to Launch World’s Thinnest Tablet and Ultrabook

We have mentioned time and again in our posts about the approaching CES event – the world’s most significant consumer electronics show, for which almost all the major electronics giant are preparing enthusiastically, including Toshiba.

The Japanese company Toshiba is expected to reveal the world’s thinnest tablet having 10.1-inch display, which is most likely be the Portege Z835, reports Engadget. The device will be launched in US market.

In addition to the thinnest tablet, Toshiba is also bringing a range of devices to the Las Vegas event, including the prototype of waterproof tablet with an OLED screen and a 55-inch QFHD TV that provides a 3D viewing experience without the geeky specifications. Toshiba will also bring some of its digital home products, such as solar-powered devices.

Toshiba is also amongst the companies that are developing ultrabooks, majority of which are produced as a part of an Intel initiative to compete with Apple’s MacBook. A good number of rumblings surfaced last year claiming that many makers were being expelled out by Apple’s range.

Apple’s ultrabook is a source of inspiration for the competitors as the Cupertino firm is focused to bring quality portable products. The company claimed that its MacBook Air accounts for 25% of its total notebook shipments in the United States alone.

The current report regarding Toshiba’s intentions for CES event is based on Japanese tech article and a Toshiba press release, both of which have been translated from Japanese into English through Google Translate. This technique is of course not free of mistakes as we have several instances from the past. So, the possibility of slight differences is pretty much there. Toshiba may have some surprises for us at CES show. Stay tuned.

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