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Here is Toshiba's sleek new Windows 10 2-in-1

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.

Richard Devine is an Editor at Windows Central. A former Project Manager and long-term tech addict, he joined Mobile Nations in 2011 and has been found on Android Central and iMore as well as Windows Central. Currently you'll find him covering all manner of PC hardware and gaming, and you can follow him on Twitter and Instagram.

  • Are those keys made of leather? :O
  • Giant trackpad!!!
  • Still uses same charger form factor. Fail.
  • Agree ... big turn off for me. Fed up of hunting for chargers etc my next one will be USB chargeable
  • And will take longer to go full than a Tesla on a tablet charger...
  • Finally great design from Toshiba :3
  • Does look good. Dont see how its a 2-1 though.
  • its like Lenovo yoga. Screen rotates all the way back. look at the hinges very closely. 
  • I really don't like the mac like keyboard, the gaps between keys are too big for my liking. But then again ill never buy a laptop again thanks to awsome surface line up.
  • You're right. Microsoft is the one who produces Windows, so obviously the devices coming from them would be the best. But Microsoft doesn't want to alienate their OEM partners, which is why Microsoft promotes OEM's products more than their own.
  • Yea, that keyboard is kinda ugly
  • Ok I've heard it all now. "Keyboard is ugly"!!!! ok then. I wonder what a pretty keyboard look like??? Does the letters wear makeup and glamorize themselves to look pretty? Seriously, what a ugly and pretty keyboard look like. Please post a link, so i can see them SidexSide. Now if you want ugly, take a look at CrApple's line of iPOOP and MacCrap prods. They ALL are ugly on the outside and supper ugly on the inside, with that stupid devilish logo right in your face, to let iSHEEP know, ""we are mark of the beast/devil, and you are the blind followers buying our crap, that's 4 years behind other brand's technology, no matter how much we price them at"".  CrApple=UGLY
  • Relax dude, my personal comebt was the keys are too far apart, my personal preference when typing to have keys bunched up together. I have pretty small hands for a guy. This particular one looks like an imitation of a mac keyboard, thus it sucks, as they lost all imagination when designing this PC, it is a PC nor a mac.
  • wow. just. wow.
  • Richard..plzz i need that wallpaper.. ):
  • How about you google tree
  • Google/bing long trees. :P
  • Screw google, (along with CrApple). MS and "BING" all the way<3. Bing It On dudes. 
  • Contextual button between control and alt right side, designed specifically for Windows 10,