Taurus has launched a new Taurus model, the Taurus SMT2.
The Taurus range, which began in the mid-1990s, has seen significant changes since then, with the company bringing a 4.3-inch display, a 16GB of onboard storage, a microSD card slot and a 2,560×1,440 resolution.
The SMT model is the first to ship with a new 8GB RAM and 256GB SSD.
The other models have also been upgraded with the same 4.4-inch screen.
Taurus SMTs have typically sold for around $5,000, but it appears to be starting to increase the prices a little, according to the latest price guide on the TCA website.
The guide states that a Taurus 3T is now $9,990 while the TSU2 is $14,990.
This will likely remain the case as more models roll out, but there is still a price premium associated with the newer models.
We also got our hands on the SMT S2, which is an 8GB model with a 256GB storage, and the SMM2, with a 4-inch 4K display.
We don’t know if these will be offered in the US and UK at this time, but in a UK-only listing we saw it listed for £1,995, £1.50 more than the SMTM.
If you’re looking for a bargain in the UK, we suggest going for the SMC2.
The TSU is now £3,990 and the TSM is now available for £3.95.
Both are available in either black or silver, and they offer 256GB of storage.