Conclusion: The hardware is on par with the competition – the Portege Z10t comes with a dual core Intel Core i5 or i7 ULV processor (Ivy Bridge, with the integrated Intel HD 4000 graphics adapter), 4 GB of RAM, 64 or 128GB of onboard storage space (which can be extended using SDXC or high speed UHS-1 SD cards), Wifi N, Bluetooth 4.0, an optional 4G LTE or 3G modem (depending on the market), the usual slew of sensors and two cameras (5.0 Megapixels on the back and 1.3 Megapixels on...
Conclusion: The Toshiba Z10T is good value, but it falls short of the best alternatives due to its average battery life and basic design. It has some plus points, but the overall package isn't that exciting.
Pros: Crisp, responsive touchscreen, Quick and responsive, Keyoard dock included
Cons: Screen doesn’t tilt too far back in laptop mode, Keyboard and touchpad are a bit fiddly, Battery life is short for a hybrid
Toshiba's Portege Z10t offers plenty of performance in a tablet that weighs only just over 800g
Good Gear Guide.au
4 September 2013
Summary: Toshiba's Portege Z10t offers plenty of performance in a slim and very light form factor. It's a hybrid Ultrabook that ships with a keyboard dock, and as far as hybrid docks go, it's one of the better ones. The keys feel good and are backlit, and there are full-sized ports that you can take advantage of. Unfortunately, battery life is short, and the dock stopped working at random times during our tests.
Pros: Full HD, Feels light and easy to use as a tablet, Backlit keyboard, Good range of ports
Cons: Short battery life, Keyboard dock stopped working at random times, Can be a little noisy
Summary: Toshiba has been making some of the better computers in the industry since the brand practically kickstarted notebook computing back in the eighties, but here in the Portege Z10t, the effort isn’t as strong.
Pros: Comes packing 4G connectivity, Tablet section is responsive and easy to type on, Keyboard dock included, Dock features two mice: blue Accupoint and trackpad, Excellent screen
Cons: Keyboard is too shallow, Dock hinge has only one useable position, and it won't be suitable for all environments, No battery in the dock
Excerpt: Ok, we’ll put our hands up here and cough to the fact that we are fan boys of Toshiba gear. Our tried and trusted Satellite laptop circa 2006 is still going strong, although rarely used due to it being a leviathan compared to contemporary offerings. However, our household does have four other laptops – two Macbook Pros, an HP Pavilion Dv6 and another Toshiba Satellite circa early 2012.
Pros: Great specs; good functionality; great business tool
Excerpt: Thanks to Windows 8 , even enterprise machines are getting all touchy-feely. The Toshiba Portege Z10t - portable meets protégé, we're guessing - is the new convertible ultrabook built for the business traveler crowd. It's a do-it-all design that wants you to leave your iPad at home, and it's on sale right now.
Pros: Thin, travel-ready ultrabook build, Backlit keys, Windows 7 driver support, Plenty of ports
Cons: Shallow key presses, That hinge isn't pretty, Windows 8 ecosystem, A bit chunky as a tablet
Excerpt: Etter en periode med mange hybrid-pc-er, som i utgangspunktet er bærbare pc-er som kan benyttes som nettbrett, ser vi nå en endring der et større fokus legges på å tilrettelegge nettbrett for å fungere som pc.
Pros: Høy skjermoppløsning. Kurrant som Windows-nettbrett. Tilkoblinger.
Cons: Svak batteridriftstid. For høy pris. Enkelte ergonomielementer.
Excerpt: Annonse DinSide Alle de store PC-produsentene bruker store ressurser på å lage den perfekte hybrid mellom PC og nettbrett. Dessverre har alle forsøk foreløpig sine klare lyter, og Toshiba Portege Z10t er intet unntak i så måte. Her er det rett og slett for mange kompromisser, mener vi.
Pros: Svært lett med tanke på kraftig maskinvare, meget god skjerm, enkel dokke-løsning, godt med tilkoblinger.
Cons: Forrige generasjon Intel-arkitektur, en del viftestøy, litt ustabil programvare, lite fleksibel skjermvinkel i tastaturdokk, ikke optimale knapper i pekeplate.