The Satellite Click Mini is a surprisingly attractive and portable budget package. Priced at Shs700,000, this 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 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 to get most tasks done while keeping the device portable. It weighs just 999 grammes with the keyboard dock attached, and a feather light 470 grammes 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.
Connectivity-wise, the Satellite Click Mini packs a passable selection of ports into the keyboard, including microSD, full-size SD, micro-HDMI and micro-USB (for charging). Unfortunately Toshiba only managed to cram one full-size USB 2.0 port into the chassis, something you may have to get used to in the impeding one-port future that awaits. Communication is provided via onboard 802.11b/g/n Wi-Fi and Bluetooth 4.0, and the device is WiDi ready. On its front is a 2- megapixel camera which is complimented by a 5-megapixel snapper around the back.
Powering the Click Mini is an Intel AtomTM Z3735F CPU backed up by 2GB of DDR3 RAM. Storage is provided in the form of 32GB eMMC flash memory, which can be expanded by a further 256GB if each of the SD card slots are used to their full 128GB capacity.
The most noteworthy spec on the Click Mini’s sheet is its touted 16-hour battery life supposedly achievable with the battery-equipped keyboard dock connected.