Toshiba demonstrated a hybrid computer with a removable keyboard
Toshiba equipment has a laptop-like design with 360-degree folding hinges and a removable keyboard for remote data entry.
Bringing a prototype at CES 2014, Toshiba's products carry tablet-style hybrid computers. Equipment that has not been named by the company has the same way of operation as Yoga Yoga with 360-degree hinges. It can be used as a traditional laptop or folded back into a tablet.
Not only that, the keyboard on this special device can also be separated. The rest includes screens and stands. With this design, users can hold the keyboard and use the device for longer distances thanks to a wireless connection between the keyboard and the computer. In addition, the stand makes it easy to place on the table without adding external accessories.
The device is demonstrated by Toshiba running on Windows 8 operating system. The keyboard is not equipped with a touch pad that uses TrackPoint. According to Cnet's assessment of this design, this is an interesting solution different from the current hybrid devices and not too difficult to use.
Toshiba's configuration parameters, release dates and even device names have not been disclosed.
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