Toshiba unveiled the latest in the Satellite Radius line, with the 12.5-inch model now featuring a 4K display in a sleek chassis that has a thickness of just 0.6 inches and a weight of 2.9 pounds. The Radius is similar in functionality to Lenovo's Yoga series of notebooks, but this time around, Toshiba has much more exciting configuration options available.
The Satellite Radius 12 will be available with either a 4K or a more standard full-HD display reinforced with Gorilla Glass NBT, along with Intel's Skylake processors up to a Core i7, up to 8GB of RAM and an infrared camera that is compatible with Windows Hello facial recognition technology.
Toshiba is expected to make more details available in the fourth quarter, which is when the notebook will be available. What do you guys think of a 4K display on a 12.5-inch convertible?