Summary: Computer is light, fast and nice. There's some difficulties in using the finger prints at first, then it goes well. If you are an active person, be careful because this might break the computer's connection, it's very fragile
Summary: Toshiba’s Portégé Z830 is the most business-friendly of the current Ultrabook crop. Surrounded by stunning rivals, Toshiba’s latest puts a more practical spin on proceedings. That’s not to say this is a dull, pedestrian business laptop – far from it.
Excerpt: I use this laptop for work and it is extremely lightweight and portable. I actually carry it around in my handbag (admittedly quite a large one!) rather than having to carry the heavy laptop bag that I needed for my previous computer.
Summary: I have now owned my Z830, and I have to say its the best laptop....I have 7 laptops including a Sony ultrabook , 2 acers , 3 Toshibas, and non come near to the Z series...people moan about it being flimsy...thats simply not true...its super light and the screnn is very slim but fine..
Summary: lighter than an i-Pad, quicker than a bold of lightening (I can't think of a sensible comparison), this is a brilliant little laptop that works like a dream. The processing power is good, the start-up speed (that's what we all care about really) is spot on. And the cost was pretty amazing.
Summary: I bought this after looking into the competition. The competition I considered were the Macbooks, Macbook Air, Samsung series 9 and Asus. These were all more expensive than the Toshiba. I seriously considered the Apples and Samsung series 9 because they have far better screens.
Ultrabooks are fantastic, just don't get this one!
28 August 2012
Summary: I really like the idea of these ultra-books. Since seeing them on the TV adverts and looking up at what the critics and reviewers say about them I decided to take the plunge and buy this one, as my current laptop was getting a bit old hat.
Summary: I have now been using this beauty for approximately 2 months. I bought it for my wife, who then realised that the model I had purchased had a UK keyboard (she is Swedish and wanted a Scandinavian one!). Having seriously customised it .