The Toshiba Satellite Radius 12 packs Intel’s new Skylake processor, a 4K resolution display and support for Windows Hello biometric security. Toshiba’s announced new Satellite Radius 12. This 12.5-inch convertible is a slick, feature-stuffed laptop has a 12.5-inch IPS touchscreen display with 3840-by-2160 “4K” resolution. That’s four times the number of pixels in a 1080p display. At this point I’d like to direct all audio/visual purists to the comment section below to vent over whether an UltraHD display is worth it on a screen this size. The Satellite Radius 12’s color accuracy is certified by Technicolor and supports 100 percent Adobe RGB color space reproduction.
The Radius 12 chassis has a brushed metal finish, and other niceties include a backlit LED keyboard. The convertibility of the laptop’s 360-degree hinge allows you to use it as a laptop, tablet, lay it down flat, tent it to make it a display others can see, or put it in laptop mode but swivel the screen for watching movies with the keyboard out of the way. Toshiba’s new Radius 12 weighs in just under three pounds and offers a slim 0.6-inch profile.