Toshiba will be introducing its first Windows-based tablet in March with the WT200.
The device offers a 10.1-inch LED backlit screen with a 1366x768 resolution. It weighs less than 800 grams, and is 14mm thick.
Designed for businesses, the device has Windows 7 Pro platform pre-installed, and promises compatibility with an in-office desktop environment
It offers all essential applications, software, and security, according to Toshiba product marketing manager, Justin White.
“Organisations can be assured that data is kept secure with the highest levels of data network security through the built-in trusted platform module (TPM),” he added.
When paired with the Toshiba Multi Dock and plugged into a monitor and speakers, the tablet serves as a desktop-type PC.
WT200 is equipped with built-in 3G, as well as SD Card slot, Micro HDMI, USB 2.0, and mini USB 2.0 connectivity options.
It is powered by a three cell 2700MaH lithium-ion battery, features a 64GB SSD, and 2GB RAM.
The WT200 will be available for $999.