The device is available for pre-order in Japan today and is expected to begin shipping there in December, with US and Europe availability due in the first quarter of 2016.
A standout feature of Toshiba's new hardware, which shows off Microsoft's Edge browser technology, is the dynaPad's high-precision TruPen from Wacom. This device is described as offering 2,048 levels of pressure, allowing for natural writing when taking notes or drawing.
The advantage for Windows 10 is that TruPen will also work with Microsoft's WebNote technology in its Edge browser, enabling users to take notes and annotate content.
Specs released by Toshiba indicate the dynaPad 72/TG model and a separate 'corporate model' will both have an Intel AtomTM X5-Z8300 processor. The device will ship with 4GB RAM, 128GB flash memory, and a battery that Toshiba says should last about seven hours.
Toshiba is also bringing its own line of business applications to the device, including TruNote, TruCapture, and TruRecorder for collecting, organising, and sharing notes, images, and files.
It's also offering new TruNote Clip and TruNote Share apps for capturing screen clips and sharing handwriting. Of course, as a Windows 10 device, it will integrate with the Office suite.
"The dynaPad is yet another mile marker in our great relationship with Toshiba and an impressive achievement in the 2-in-1 category," Microsoft Windows and devices chief Terry Myerson said in a blog.
"In addition to being a powerful note-taking device - designed to replicate the way people write on paper - the dynaPad has great support for Continuum, and is ultra-thin and lightweight."