Chinese companies, such as Chuwi that we recently wrote about, have become incredibly aggressive lately. It's not only that they are ready to sell you hardware for peanuts, the hardware is actually surprisingly good in many cases.
Toshiba is one brand name IT equipment supplier that is dealing with this competition head-on.
They've launched the Satellite Click 10. The 10" tablet with a keyboard runs Windows 10 and is very competitively specced. There's the new Atom X5, 2GB of RAM, 32 or 64 GB of storage, high resolution screen (1920 x 1200), fast WiFi and 8MP/2MP cameras.
Toshiba is selling the tablet only with the matching keyboard, which makes it a perfect little productivity machine right out of the box.
The tablet with 32GB of storage is selling for $349.99 and the version with twice as much storage goes for $369.99. Yes, you read that right. Toshiba is charging only 20 bucks for 32 GB of extra storage. Hear that Apple?!