Toshiba Portege Z930 Ultrabook (model PT235A-00V00D01)

Toshiba Portege Z930 review: a business-oriented Ultrabook with good features, an impressively light weight and thin chassis

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noname

4.5

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Pros
light, love the design
Cons
screen
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I own Z930 for around 1 year now. I did upgrade mine to 256SSD and 10GB RAM. Super lightweight and portable.

Did travel across countries with it and nothing happened to the screen. The key is to have good carrying bag and not paper one.

About screen: it's poor I do agree with that. Small resolution, not so good viewing angles but... one of the best mate screens I have looked at. I can actually work with this screen outdoor. Don't get me wrong, it wont help if it's summer mid day although screen is still visible.

If Toshiba will continue this series with: 4th gen CPU, SAME DESIGN - I absolutely love the design of this one (subjective opinion) and touch matte screen with bigger resolution then I will buy it again.

Bottom line - probably lightweight ultra book out there with (subjective) cool design and nice performance and battery life.

Tatiana

0.0

2

Pros
very light and looks beautiful
Cons
screen very poor quality, touchpad not very good
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Very poor screen quality. It breaks with a look.... I really don't recommend it. Everything else I can live with as long as it is easy to carry, but the screen is too fragile and easy to crack. It really has good things but the fact that a "portable computer" can't be carried around in a laptop bag makes it not-portable at all.

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