PC Magazine has given a good overview of Toshiba’s back to school offerings, which include some ultra portable laptops, as well as their new Tablet PCs. It is worth noting that both the R20 and the M7 are sporting widescreens – something that as been requested by a lot of enthusiasts.
Update: We are starting to see the M7 and R25 mentioned everywhere, and they are now on ToshibaDirect.com
Anticipating increased demand for Tablet PCs, Toshiba has also updated their convertible tablet offerings and plans to have models available on both the Satellite and Tecra side of the house. As 14-inch widescreen systems, the Satellite R25 and the Tecra M7 are for tablet fanatics who desire a little extra display real estate. Both tablets weigh 5.9 pounds, which is not light for a tablet, but come with options for an Intel Core Duo processor, 100GB hard drive, and integrated graphics. Base configurations begin at $1299 for the Satellite R25 and $1599 for the Tecra M7.
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