Toshiba Announces Dynabook KIRA L93, A 7-in-1 Windows Hybrid Device

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Till now, we have reported about lots of 2-in-1s, 4-in-1s and even a 5-in-1 from Asus. Toshiba today announced Dynabook KIRA L93, a 7-in-1 device. In this device, you can remove the keyboard from the LCD screen that rotates 360 degrees, so users can change the style of seven based on personal preferences. Spec wise it will be powered by WQHD(2,560 × 1,440 ) 13.3-inch display, harman/kardon stereo speakers, 128GB SSD, 8 GB of RAM and a Intel Core i5 Haswell processor offering up to 10 hours of battery life. It will come pre-installed with Windows 8.1 64-bit, Office Home and Business 2013 and Adobe Photoshop Lightroom 5.

Seven modes:

Use style

Assumed scene

Notebook PC

Scene that requires a mouse and keyboard documents, and mail preparation

Tablet

Such as Web browsing, scene of the operation of the touch screen frequently

Desktop

Scene for keyboard while watching the screen with a small number of people and scenes that require such as creating text, the keyboard

Canvas

Adjust the angle of the screen, a scene to write a letter or picture with a pen input

Flat

Scene you are working with a keyboard while watching the screen in small groups by placing on a table

Tent

Scene photo viewing and a simple Web search of the touch operation, such as presentations in PowerPoint

Stand

Scene you want to play a movie scene or view a slide show photos less touching the screen

The device will be released in Japan in June for $2,600.

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  • http://yourig.livejournal.com/ ZloiYuri

    2 in 1… 3 in one… 7 in one… Who more?

  • Thoughtful

    This is an interesting design. It’s form factor innovation is right up there with the Surface Pro 3.

    • Bugbog

      Finally.

    • Bugbog

      In retrospect it would seem that I spoke to soon. It seems it’s a combination of vapourware (Japan only), fiddly, not as versatile as it would initially seem and quite costly to boot!