Toshiba Satellite Radius 12 is the latest hybrid from the company and the first 12.5-inch device to offer UHD screen

toshiba-satellite-radius-12Toshiba has outed a new powerful hybrid model – Satellite Radius 12. It was officially announced during the IFA 2015 event but now it starts to ship.

The machine is a perfect present for the upcoming Holidays and you can check its price and availability at the following link: http://amzn.to/1UuoxIu

The device is the first 12.5-inch hybrid notebook boasting a 4K Ultra HD display (there’s a Full HD version as well) with way above average image quality. This is due to the high-quality color calibration, certified by Technicolor – Chroma Tune software and the IPS panel.

Aside from the superb screen quality, Radius 12 also packs quite the powerful hardware. It is available with latest (6th) generation Intel core i5 and i7 CPUs a speedy 256GB SSD and 8GB RAM. In order for you to be able to enjoy using the machine to the fullest, the manufacturer has provided it with a fast Wi-Fi module supporting the new AC standard. The USB transfer speeds are also very fast, thanks to the new 3.1 port. Radius 12’s speakers are Harman Kardon with the DTS Studio Sound technology and you can take full advantage of them thanks to the Bluetooth Link that allows streaming from compatible smartphones or tablets.

Protection is also a very important aspect and even though Radius 12 comes with the Reliability guarantee (in case of malfunction in the first 12 months of the purchase Toshiba will repair your notebook for free AND return your money), it also has a protective Corning Gorilla Glass coating to reduce the chance of cracks or scratches on the screen.

All of the aforementioned perks, combined with the Windows 10 operating system will make your Christmas even better.

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Power User
Power User
6 years ago

Could you do a full review of this laptop, and in particular test display for PWM?

Simeon Nikolov
Admin
6 years ago
Reply to  Power User

Yes, we’re working on it 🙂