Toshiba Satellite Click Mini Review

Toshiba Satellite Click Mini Review

Toshiba Satellite Click Mini review

Toshiba Satellite Click Mini review

By attempting to shoehorn an affordable 13-inch laptop-tablet into a crowded market, the Toshiba Satellite Click ends up as a compromised, underperforming mess.

Toshiba Satellite Click Mini

The Satellite Click Mini could’ve turned out very differently. Toshiba lifted the lid on its titular convertible tablet at CES 2015, but instead of emerging as a miniature version of the – quite frankly, ugly – Click 2 it’s a surprisingly attractive and portable budget package.

Toshiba’s £250 (around US$384, or AUS$492) device arrives in the form of a Windows 8.1 tablet that turns into a laptop when docked into the keyboard. At a fairly uncommon 8.9 inches it straddles the empty space between 8-inch tablets such as the Toshiba Encore 2 and larger 10-inch convertibles with keyboards like the Asus Transformer Book T100.

The Click Mini is a great size for a companion device to use when away from a larger laptop or PC, providing more than enough screen real-estate to get most tasks done while keeping the device plenty portable. It weighs just 999 grams with the keyboard dock attached, and a featherlight 470 grams without.

The Click Mini is one of the few small-to-medium-sized Windows tablets on the market with a 1900 x 1200 pixel-resolution display (toting a healthy 254ppi), which for a long time was exclusive the impressive but costly Lenovo ThinkPad 8.

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