New Toshiba Satellite Click 2 and Click 2 Pro give you a 13-inch hybrid for any budget
I'm Dan Ackerman and we're here to take a look at two new entries in Toshiba's Click series.
We've got the Click 2 and the Click 2 Pro.
Now these are both detachable hybrids in the Click 2, you've got an Intel Pentium CPU, you've got a big 13 inch screen, even though it's a 1366 by 768 screen.
And you've got the traditional sort of switch that you move over and then you pop the the screen off like this.
And it's a little stick and hefty but it's a lower priced bigger screen hybrid.
And you don't really see a lot of those.
And then of course it clicks down on here, and then you've got a full keyboard and touchpad, and of course it can fold down like a laptop to carry around with you.
I think much more interesting, is this Satellite Click 2 Pro.
This has got a full 1080 P screen, it's much thinner, it's lighter, Core i5 or Core i7.
And I like how the screen detaches.
You just give it a little gentle push down, and then it comes up like this, and then you've got a reasonably thin full penny ADP, Core i5 or Core i7 13 inch tablet that again just pops right on here.
And then you have got a keyboard and a touchpad in the more expensive Pro version, the keyboard is [UNKNOWN] that you can even get an optional extra hard drive and battery in here.
If you upgrade to some of the more expensive versions, and again the whole thing folds down, to, you know, a, a little bit heavy, but a reasonably sized 13 inch laptop that you could carry around with you.
Now the Click 2 starts at 586 and the more expensive Click 2 Pro, is gonna start a little bit north of $1,000.
I'm Dan Ackman and that is the new Toshiba Click 2 and Click 2 Pro.
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