Toshiba Portege Z930
Keyboard is fantastic.
Eco settings let you customize power consumption.
Battery life is extraordinarily long.
Whole package is quite lightweight.
Overall build quality is precise and excellent.
A few useless apps are included.
Lack of a touchscreen makes Windows 8 even more terrible.
By Gear Diary on March 03, 2013
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...-
By NotebookCheck on January 08, 2013
Toshiba's Portégé Z930-105 (EUR 1280) is aimed at demanding ultrabook customers who need an everyday suitable Office subnotebook. Matte surfaces, solid build within the scope of what's possible, viable runtimes and an AR-coated screen....83
By Gear Diary on January 06, 2013
We'll have a full review soon, but I wanted to make sure to share my first impressions, and not just the “OH WOW” I had when I pulled it out of the box!Let's start with the hardware. This thing is beautiful. It's not metal like a...-
By DigitalVersus on December 28, 2012
The Toshiba Portégé Z930 has plenty of qualities for users on the move. It's slim, powerful, light, and has a decent battery life, a good set of connections and a matte screen finish. With a better screen and speakers, it could easily have...80
By Tech2 on November 14, 2012
and Price in India Very sleek, very light, but also very expensive 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...50
By TechSmart.co.za on October 29, 2012
While we have been on a steady diet of ultrabooks this year, Toshiba had been conspicuously absent. That is, until the Z930 graced our review desk. Most noticeable about the 13.3” ultrabook, at least at first, is how incredibly lightweight it is....-
By Good Gear Guide on August 29, 2012
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...80
By itproportal.com on August 23, 2012
As with pretty much every Portege before it, the Z930-10Q is a mightily impressive bit of kit. Its performance belies its size considerably, and its battery life is reasonable if not exceptional in its class. Unfortunately, all this quality comes at a...90
By Trusted Reviews on August 15, 2012
13.3in 1366 x 768 matt TN screen; 1.15kg using magnesium-alloy ; Core i5-i7, 4-8GB RAM, 128GB SSD; Backlit keyboard, TPM, Fingerprint scanner; Optional 3G Business-ready Ultrabooks aren’t exactly plentiful even now the standard has matured. In...70
By AsiaOne on August 10, 2012
The Z930 has more than good looks going for it. The slim and lightweight chassis houses some of the latest components which allow the notebook to operate super smoothly....80