The Toshiba Satellite Click 10 is a Windows tablet with a 10.1 inch, 1920 x 1200 pixel display, an Intel Atom x5-Z8300 Cherry Trail processor, 2GB of RAM, and 32GB to 64GB of storage.

It also comes with a detachable keyboard, allowing you to use the tablet like a notebook. And prices start at $350, making this little computer significantly cheaper than a Microsoft Surface 3 tablet without a keyboard.

That said, the Satellite Click 2 has a less powerful processor than Microsoft’s tablet, lacks support for pen input, and after spending a little time with the Click 10, the tablet seems pretty nice, but the keyboard is nothing to write home about.

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The tablet has a good looking screen with a high-resolution display and decent viewing angles. It weighs just 1.2 pounds when used without the keyboard, and feels pretty light for a tablet of this size.

Add the keyboard dock, and you’ve got a laptop that’s about 2.2 pounds, and the dock is heavy enough to keep the tablet from tipping over when you’re using it in notebook mode.

Thanks to Windows 10’s Continuum feature, you have the option of transitioning from tablet to desktop user interface and back again automatically when you connect or disconnect the keyboard.

But about that keyboard… it’s got a tiny touchpad and small keys. While I find you can generally get used to just about any keyboard layout after using it for a little while, I’m particularly concerned about the miniscule arrow keys in the lower right section. It’s pretty hard to tell them apart from one another by touch, which means you might need to look down at the keyboard in order to hit the up down, left, or right buttons.

The tablet has a microSD card slot, micro HDMI and micro USB ports and a headset jack. There are two full-sized USB 2.0 ports on the sides of the keyboard.

The system supports 802.11b/h/g/n WiFi and Bluetooth 4.1, has stereo speakers, and features a 22.5 Wh battery.

For the price, the Satellite Click 10 isn’t a bad little device. But if you were hoping for a great keyboard, more than 2GB of RAM, or super-speedy WiFi, you won’t get it here.

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7 replies on “Hands-on with the Toshiba Satellite Click 10 2-in-1 tablet”

  1. Sit tight. By the end of the year the market is going to be flooded with these Atom x5 Windows 10 2-in-1 things. You’ll have your pick for about $200 and change.

      1. I’m a little leery and became more so when I saw that the ad lists the Chuwi as having 4 GB of RAM. Intel’s specs say that the Atom x5-Z8300 processor will only support 2 GB of RAM.
        Hummm, do I pay $350 to a reputable company for their newest product or $288 to no-address Chinese website for a similar product from an unknown company? Decisions, decisions, decisions… I think I’ll go with Toshiba.

  2. How much bigger can the keys on a 10.1 inch device keyboard be, anyway? Isn’t that a built-in limitation?

    Or do you know of better keyboards in this size category?

    1. That was my thought. I have a couple of netbooks and typing on them is always a PITA.

  3. Brad, is the screen IPS or not if not it is just more junk ! Otherwise seems like a decent value…

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