Toshiba’s first DynaPad, released in 1993, came at a time when touchscreen tablets were new to the tech world. The Japanese company’s new DynaPad — a Windows 10 2-in-1 officially announced today after a prototype appeared at IFA 2015 last month — joins a market flooded with tablet-sized touchscreen devices. But even though, like many of its peers, it looks a lot like Microsoft’s own Surface, with a thin design, keyboard dock, and 12-inch display, Toshiba says its new DynaPad has some of its own unique features.
Key among these is its extra-special stylus. Toshiba’s DynaPad comes with a Wacom Active Electrostatics TruPen, capable of 2,048 levels of pressure, and compatible with Microsoft’s Office and Edge in addition to Toshiba’s own suite of business apps.