Toshiba Satellite Z830 (PT22LA-001001) Ultrabook

Toshiba Satellite Z830 review: An Ultrabook that's only 1.1kg and 16mm thick, yet well featured and user friendly

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  • Expert Rating

    4.00 / 5
  • User Rating

    3.50 / 5 (of 4 Reviews)
  • Price

    $ 1,399.00 (AUD)

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Da Ghost

3.0

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Hi Peter,

Toshiba has told me that they are actually available now.

Cheers
Elias

Peter Duffy

4.5

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That's great - do we have any idea when they will be released. The nature of the monitor was the only thing I was concerned about
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Da Ghost

3.0

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Hi Peter,

The Portege Z830 will have a matte screen when it's released soon.

Cheers
Elias

Peter D

3.0

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I have been waiting for this to come out for months. I try and update my Toshiba every 9 - 12 months - I currently have the Portege R700 and have previously had the 600. One of the the most important functions is the monitor - particularly if you are on the move. Why do they consistently produce one that has a glossy screen. They must know its a major drawback. I won't buy another glossy screen so now have to sit and wait!!!

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