But it appears the company has a few more tablets on the way. According to an Intel fact sheet from the IFA trade show earlier this month, the Toshiba Encore 2 Write tablets are pen-enabled Windows tablets with Intel Atom Bay Trail processors.
The Toshiba Encore 2 Write will be available with an 8 inch or 10.1 inch screen. Both models will features Intel Atom Z3735 quad-core processors, 8MP rear cameras, 1.2MP front-facing cameras, and Windows 8.1 software.
They’ll also come with a digital pen for taking notes, writing messages, or drawing.
Like some of Toshiba’s Android tablets, these tablets will also have a feature that lets you snap a photo of a whiteboard, document, or other real-world objects and convert them into digital notes so you don’t have to write or draw as much while you’re at a meeting or attending a class.
Neither Toshiba nor Intel have announced the price of these tablets yet, but the inclusion of an Atom Z3735 processor suggests they’ll be low-cost devices… although the inclusion of a pen suggests they won’t be the cheapest Windows tablets on the market. Right now that honor belongs to Toshiba’s $120 Encore Mini tablet.
via Notebook Italia