Excerpt: I vastly prefer lightweight computing options. If I am travelling, I grab my iPad and that’s it. For two years I reached for my original Chromebook almost exclusively when I needed a computer. It’s a mix of light-weight and simple design that makes me like my computers more streamlined.
Cons: A few useless apps are included (Toshiba Book World); lack of a touchscreen makes Windows 8 even more terrible.
Summary: Ultra-slim business. Striking looks, low weight, long runtimes and first-rate connections. Sounds like the perfect business qualities. However, there are shortcomings in details. Why is the premium claim not met?
Pros: Very lightweight, Solid base unit, Matte surfaces, Rear-sided ports, High application performance, Very swift SSD, 100% performance on battery power, Usually quiet fan, Low heat dissipation, Bright, matte screen, The low weight and the base unit's stiffness. The pliable lid is not distracting in ...
Cons: Tight viewing angle, Non-removable battery, Weak typing feedback, Virtually inexistent mouse key drop, No docking port, Input devices are the most crucial elements in business. However, the build prevents a longer key drop for better feedback. The virtually unusable mouse buttons (almost no drop)...
Summary: Toshiba is not one to disappoint every time they release something new. But their Portege Z930-10Q is not quite what we expected from the company. The price might scare some customers away, for one. But keeping things into perspective, this laptop succeeds into giving a good performance.
Toshiba Portege Z930 review: a business-oriented Ultrabook with good features, an impressively light weight and thin chassis
Good Gear Guide.au
23 December 2012
Summary: Toshiba's thin-and-light Portege Z930 ships with business features such as a vPro chipset, biometrics and integrated 3G, in addition to a useful range of built-in ports. It could use a better screen, touchpad and keyboard, but its overall usability is still quite good and it's a fine Ultrabook to...
Pros: Core i7 CPU, Fast SSD, Built-in HDMI, VGA, Ethernet, Battery life
Cons: Screen's viewing angles, Touchpad could be better, No keyboard backlight, Only one USB 3.0 port
Summary: The Toshiba Portege Z930 is priced at Rs. 96,000 here in India. It’s not necessarily the sturdiest of Ultrabooks, but it is one of the lighest. So if you’re travelling a lot and need something light and reasonably powerful, then this has to be it.
Summary: • Efficient processor • Light in weight • Updated version of windows 7 OS • Screen is not so impressive • Audio quality is not up to the mark • Not so rugged design After the success of Portege Z830, Toshiba has once again come up with a new ultrabook, Portege Z930-X3430 .
Excerpt: The Toshiba Portege Z930 sits on the Japanese company's business line of notebooks, offering an Ultrabook for those hard at work. As Ultrabooks often are, the Protege Z930 takes the skinny line, rather than the slightly more meaty look of the consumer Toshiba Satellite U840 announced at the same...
Тест ультрабука Toshiba Portege Z930-D3S: невесомый трудоголик
6 March 2013
Summary: Не выделяясь наличием каких-либо уникальных функций из широкого ассортимента ультрабуков, представленных на современном рынке, Toshiba Z930 тем не менее является одной из самых ярких моделей, доступных на данный момент.