And here it is. Officially it doesn't have a name, but Toshiba is currently referring to it as the Dynabook.
So, what do we know about it? We know it's a 2-in-1, so we've got a tablet and a detachable keyboard. We know its display is 12-inches in size. We also know it has a pen and that, of course, it runs Windows 10.
Aside from that, not a whole lot. Nothing by way of specs, release date, price, nothing. But it's one fine looking thing.
We weren't allowed to touch it, but the short video above and the gallery below at least give us a first look at it.
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