It doesn't seem to have a name and we don't have any specs, either. In fact, we weren't allowed to touch it, Microsoft tucked it away in a glass case.

But what we can see, we like. It's well designed, not too large and has the ever increasingly desirable USB-C port on the side. The display looks great from what we can see of it and all told it looks like Toshiba is onto a winner. But specifics will have to wait, including price and when exactly we'll see it.

Since we've got until July 29 before Windows 10 is available there's still plenty of time to hear more about the new devices we've seen in Taipei. But we like what we see so far and we're getting more confident by the day of an exciting portfolio of devices being available around launch time. Microsoft said there are 96 in total in the pipeline, so there's still plenty more to see.

For now, check out a quick gallery of the Toshiba 2-in-1 below.