Summary: The Toshiba Z10t is a powerful convertible with powerful Core i7 CPU to perform routine office tasks and gaming at low quality settings. However higher power consumption, noise level and temperature are main flaws in this model.
Summary: The business convertible. At a starting price of $1500, the Toshiba Z10t includes high-end hardware in a tablet form and competes directly against the Microsoft Surface models. This updated model includes mostly internal upgrades as we re-analyze the convertible's performance for the 2014 market.
Pros: Powerful internal hardware for a tablet, Matte IPS glass display, Bright, high contrast screen, High capacity 256 GB SSD, Multiple ports and video-out options, Good battery life, One of the few tablets with an IPS matte display and high-end Core i7 options. Multiple video-out ports for conference...
Cons: Active cooling required, No higher resolution options beyond 1080p, Below average speakers, Unfriendly end-user maintenance, Docking station does not support secondary HDDs or batteries, High starting price, Higher resolution options and lower prices for future models will help the Z10t stay comp...
Summary: Clipped wings. A Windows Convertible for 1700 Euros (~$2328) must have some highlights to offer. However, docking was a sobering experience for us, although the Z10t is basically a well-balanced bundle.
Pros: Power of a subnotebook, Long battery runtimes, IPS Full HD with wide viewing angles, AR-treated screen, Many standard ports, Connectivity includes LTE, Digitizer + stylus, Low emissions in normal use, Security features, Stable, high-quality keyboard dock, The many ports on the dock's rear. Matte ...
Cons: Dock only allows an opening angle of 100 degrees, Poor camera quality, High price, The dock could have used a USB 3.0 port. The keyboard's drop is too short for the professional claim, but that is a matter of taste.
Conclusion: The Toshiba Portege Z10t has already started launching (it can already be ordered in the US, and Europe since June), and the base price is $1499 – a steep price for such a device, that’s for sure.
Toshiba Portege Z10t review: Good build and decent performance but at what cost?
4 July 2014
Summary: Toshiba Portege Z10t is a 2-in-1 clearly targeting the business user who wants to have a work machine which also works as a tablet. The 11.6-inch screen size is definitely smaller for those whose main work involves working with spreadsheets, but for others dealing primarily with word documents or...
Summary: Toshiba's Portégé Z10t successfully marries a Windows tablet with a keyboard dock to create a usable ultrabook. The system is let down chiefly by its relatively short battery life, and buyers will have to pay more for a model with Intel vPro support.
Pros: Decent screen, keyboard dock makes tablet suitable for productivity work
Cons: No mobile broadband, relatively short battery life, non-removable battery
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.
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.
Pros: Great specs; good functionality; great business tool