Summary: The Toshiba Satellite Z830 is a trendy, lightweight computer that ticks all the boxes. it’s thin, powerful and does everything asked of it without fuss. The Toshiba Satellite Z830 might be a little on the pricey side but it’s still one to watch.
Conclusion: The Toshiba Satellite Z830 10J changes hands for a grand. The user benefits from the lightest 13.3 inch ultrabook (1110 grams) of all times. Even the MacBook Air 13 is heavier with 1330 grams. The magnesium aluminum lightweight construction is very similar to the Satellite or Portégé R series (see R830 ). However the weak points, such as the wobbly screen, have been eliminated.
Pros: Extremely light for 13.3 inches, Rigid within the realms of what's possible, Fingerprint resistant surfaces, Comparatively many ports, Many ports at the rear, Good keyboard, High application performance, Full performance on battery power possible, Low heat dissipation, Is light and acceptably solid or heavy(-ier) and as stiff as a board preferable? The difference in build is tremendous compared with the Asus UX31 (13.3 inch, 1300 grams). However, both approaches will ...
Cons: Permanently audible fan, No docking option, Weak colors, viewing angles on the TFT, Built-in battery, Moderate battery life, Stiff mouse keys
Excerpt: Few companies have been making notebooks longer than Toshiba and have managed to retain their identity and unique style. With its Satellite Z830, Toshiba meets the Ultrabook challenge head on with a 2.47 pound and 0.63-inch sliverbook that's well rounded and impressively outfitted and that doesn't rip off the MacBook Air's look and feel.
Excerpt: The Toshiba Satellite Z830 represents the maker's foray into the Ultrabook arena, going head-to-head with similarly slimline laptops such as the Apple Macbook Air and the Acer Aspire S3 , which are among the best ultrabooks around.
Pros: Great touchpad, Excellent speakers, Good connectivity
Cons: Too much bloatware, Flimsy screen, Performance lacks
Excerpt: If you wanted a stylishly light and powerful Toshiba laptop, you would immediately look to the Japanese company's Portege R830 . That is, until you came across the Toshiba Satellite Z830-10U, priced at £999 in the UK (the US price isn't yet available).
Pros: Light and slim, Good keyboard and touchpad, Impressive speakers, Good performance, Plenty of connectivity
Cons: Flimsy screen, Too much bloatware, Boxy design, Quite pricey, Matt screen will disappoint some
Summary: Toshiba's Satellite Z830 is without question the leading ultrabook in the market today. With extra ports, backlit keyboard and stellar battery life, it stands head and shoulders above competitors.
Pros: Great battery life, Thin and light without compromising ports, Backlit keyboard
Cons: Keyboard is a little mushy, shallow travel, Screen is worryingly flexible
Summary: Les mye mer om Toshiba Satellite Z830-10W i denne testartikkelen her. Toshibas versjon av temaet ultrabook ligner på mange av de andre i den nye pc-klassen som kjennetegnes ved at de er veldig små og lette, men samtidig råsterke og har gode komponenter. Men på ett punkt skiller Z830 seg ut: Den veier bare 1,1 kilo, noe som er 250 gram mindre enn Macbook Air fra Apple, som disse maskinene skal være et svar på.