toshiba satellite radius 11

Toshiba will begin selling a budget priced Windows 8.1 convertible PC, the Satellite Radius 11, on October 26 in the US, with its price point starting at $329.99.

Like the Windows PCs in Lenovo's Yoga line, the Satellite Radius 11 includes a hinge that allows the display to be flipped 360 degrees so that users can access it as a tablet and then flip it again so it will serve as a notebook. It weights less than three pounds.Customers can choose to put in either Intel's Pentium or Celeron processor inside the Satellite Radius 11. The 11.6 inch display has a resolution of 1366x768.

The device can have up to 4GB of RAM inside and customers can choose to go for the faster but smaller 32GB Flash drive or the larger but slower 500GB hard drive for storage. What do you think of this budget priced Windows 8.1 convertible?

Source: Toshiba via WinBeta