Yesterday at IFA, Toshiba showed off its wares in the form of the U925t convertible.

The U925t is a 12.5-inch tablet which, if pushed upward, reveals a full keyboard underneath.

The slider docks at a slight tilt, at which point it feels just like any other Toshiba laptop.

Toshiba’s ‘best of both worlds’ mobile solution is just 0.78 inches thick, it weighs 3.2 pounds (~ 1.45 kg), and features a 12.5-inch sliding touchscreen (protected by Gorilla Glass), a backlit keyboard, an Intel Core i5 (Ivy Bridge) processor, a 128 GB SSD, a rear-facing 3-megapixel camera, and a HD webcam.

The U925t also has two USB 3.0 ports, a HDMI output, support for Intel’s Wireless Display technology, NFC, and comes pre-loaded with a few branded apps like Desktop Assist, Toshiba Central, App Place, News Place and Book Place.

This is expected to be available after the 26th of October 2012 for just above $1000.

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