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Flagship ultrabook leads new tablets, all-in-ones, gaming notebook, and other devices, all of which have new designs
Toshiba encourages customers to take a closer look...
Toshiba's new Kira ultrabook being tested by launch attendees.
The left side of the device houses the charging port, as well as a HDMI input and two USB 3.0 ports.
The right side has another USB 3.0 port, microphone/headphone jack, and an SD card slot.
Lid shut to show the full thickness of the device. The curved design gives the allusion that it is even thinner.
The bottom of the Kira.
A close of up the Kira's backlit keyboard.
The new-look power button with surrounding back-light is part of Toshiba's new corporate design identity which all its new products have.
More of the keyboard and branding.
The Portege Z10T - Toshiba's new tablet flagship.
The Z10T ships with this thin keyboard dock.
The keyboard dock has connectivity options, but no battery so it remains thin.
The bottom of the Z10T.
Toshiba Australia managing director, Mark Whittard, said customers may see a stand similar to this appear in retail stores in the future once the vendor decides if there is worthwhile return on investment.
The stand which could accompany the likes of Samsung and Apple in retail stores in the future.
Other Toshiba products.
The Qosmio X series gaming notebook.
A new Toshiba all-in-one.
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