The Toshiba Satellite Radius 12 is out on October 18.
The Radius 12 is a laptop-tablet hybrid with a screen that folds all the way around on 360-degree hinges.
Here's what the laptop looks like closed.
On the left side, you'll find a power jack, a full-size HDMI port capable of 4K output, a USB 3.0 jack, a USB-C port (ooh!) and a 3.5mm headset jack.
On the right is another USB 3.0 port, a full-size, full-depth SD card slot, the power button, volume rocker buttons, a dedicated search key and an LED to let you know if Wi-Fi is on.
The Satellite Radius 12's ultra high-definition 4K display is the star of the show. Here, it's displaying a 4K video at native resolution.
Here's a much closer look at the 4K screen so you can see the pixels. The 12.5-inch screen has 352 of them per inch.
You can prop up the screen like this if you don't have much space, say on an airplane tray table. Sadly, the screen is pretty reflective.
The Radius 12 has a facial recognition camera that can log you into Windows 10 without needing to type a password or PIN.
A close up of the Radius 12's keyboard. The keys are a little shallow and mushy, but not bad.
The keyboard has an LED backlight for typing in the dark.
Here's the brushed metal touchpad. I'm not a fan of the texture, which isn't uniform across the entire surface.
This rubberized hinge feels nice to grip when you pick up the laptop by the edge.
Sadly, the rubber doen't extend to the inside, which makes it tough to grip in tablet mode. Also, this cheap plastic piece was warped on our review unit.
Here's how big the Radius 12 is in tablet mode.
All the preinstalled software that comes with the Radius 12. There's a lot.
One last look at the Toshiba Satellite Radius 12.