Enterprise users in seek of a tablet in Japan will be pleased to know that Toshiba has announced the WT301/D tablet running on Windows 7, a platform that enterprise users seem to favor over more consumer-friendly platforms such as iOS and Android, although we’re guessing that really depends on who you talk to.
The Toshiba WT301/D tablet will feature an Intel “next-generation” Atom processor, 2GB memory, a 64GB SSD, a 10.1” TFT display with a resolution of 1366×768 with LED backlighting, Bluetooth, WiFi, USB slot and microHDMI interface, a 1.3MP rear-facing camera, a 0.3MP front-facing camera, stereo speakers and will run on Windows 7 Professional 32.
Since the WT301/D was designed for enterprise users, productivity apps have been installed such as Microsoft Home and Business 2010. Toshiba plans to launch the tablet in Japan some time next month, but no word on how much it will cost or if there are plans to make it available stateside or internationally.
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