Windows 10 was released to the public this week, and so starts the unveiling of a number of new devices that can take advantage of the new operating system.
The most recent unveiling is from Toshiba, who unveiled a number of laptops and tablets today.
The Tecra A50 is a laptop that can be customised with an Intel Core i5 or i7 processor, and comes with a 15.6 inch display, a user-replaceable battery that is said to last up to 8 hours, and support for Windows 10.
You will also find security software installed, with two USB 3.0 ports, one USB 2.0 port, a full-size HDMI port, VGA port, Gigabit Ethernet, an SD card reader, optical drive and a full-sized keyboard.
Moving on to the new tablets, Toshiba also announced the Encore 10 and Encore 10K (the 10K comes with the detachable keyboard) convertible tablets. Both join the already existing Encore line-up, but also feature a large 10.1 inch 1080p IPS display, whilst weighing 1.3 pounds by themselves, or 2.6 pounds with the keyboard attached.
Both also have 10-point multi-touch with Intel Atom X5 quad-core processors.
The Encore 10 will run for 11 hours on a single charge, whilst the 10K will hit 11 hours from a single charge.
In addition to the new selection of products coming off the line running Windows 10, a swath of Toshiba’s other computers have also been updated to include the newest OS as an option. Of course, you can still pick up PCs with 8.1 on them, and you’ll get the update to 10 free if you update by July 29, 2016.
The Tecra A50 range will be available from August, the Tecra A50-C1510 and A50-C1510W10 will be priced at $729.99 in the US, while the Tecra A50-C1520 will be priced at $799.99 in the US.
The Encore 10 an 10K will be made available to buy in mid-September for $299 and $279 in the US respectively, with a $100 option to upgrade to Windows 10 Pro.
No UK or international pricing has been announced yet.