Toshiba announced its new 12-inch dynaPad tablet ahead of CES 2016, but the company is currently showing it off at the trade show after announcing U.S. pre-orders just a short time ago. In the video below, we go hands-on with the Toshiba dynaPad to get a look at the thin and light tablet.
Toshiba is billing the 12-inch dynaPad as the world's thinnest and lightest 12-inch Windows 10 tablet at 6.9 mm thick and 1.28 pounds. The tablet packs an Intel Atom processor, includes 128GB of internal storage, and includes support for Wacom pen technology. We were pretty impressed with the dynaPad's build quality, which consists of an all-metal build with carbon fiber on the inside for extra strength. The dynaPad also includes a detachable keyboard in the box for any extended productivity sessions.
Be sure to check out our hands-on video above for our full impressions. And if your interest is piqued, you can pre-order the tablet now for $649.99 at the link below.