Toshiba Satellite Radius 11 Convertible Notebook Series Set to Charm the US

October 27, 2014, By Sanjeev Ramachandran

Laptop manufacturers have been impressing the modern day tech-world with their convertible hinged notebooks. Now it’s for Toshiba’s to turn the tables. Having impressed all across the European mainland, the Toshiba Satellite Radius 11 convertible notebook has arrived in the US to pursue success on a global note.

Running Windows 8.1 OS, the convertible rig aligns with the success mantra of all convertibles – sporting the 360 degree hinge display. Flip the display backwards using the two-axis hinge and you have the notebook transforming itself into a tablet.

You needn’t look for the keyboard then, as it gets automatically locked when making the display touch the rear.

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Weighing around 2.9 pounds, the Toshiba Satellite Radius 11 packs an 11.6 inch display bragging a resolution of 1366 x 768.

The compact notebook runs Intel Celeron/Pentium processor and is loaded with 4 GB RAM. Storage demands are taken care of by the 500 GB SATA hard drive or 32 GB SSD.

On the edges, you have two USB ports offered –  one for the USB 2.0 devices and the other for plugging in USB 3.0 devices.

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Also, finding its place is the SD card slot, in case you want some trivial storage upgrade. You could also magnify the visuals by connecting it to external devices using the HDMI port.

Toshiba Satellite Radius 11 has come to the US and will be up on store racks for a price of $330.

The convertible would be the second in the Satellite Radius family to land in the US after the P50W, which was rather a high-end model in the series.

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