Toshiba Portege Z930 Review Specifications And Price

The family resemblance is very much present, since the Z930 is carrying forward almost all the design elements from the Z830. The magnesium alloy chassis lends a lot of strength to the overall design of the machine. But, port placement most of them are still behind the display is still an issue that cannot be overlooked. You will probably forgive that for the slimmer profile and the lightweight nature of the ultrabook though.

Updated with Windows 8 and the third generation Intel Core-i processor, the Z930 does improve on the consistent performance of the Z830. The benchmark tests put it on almost the same level as the Fujitsu Lifebook U772. Battery life is good enough to get you through around 6 hours of a typical day at work, on a single charge. The best part about the Z930 is the crisp and non-reflective display. For those who spend a lot of time looking at the screen for various reasons, this is a huge boon.

 The keyboard is comfortable to use, but we would have preferred a little sharper response to every key press.But the price does make you wonder if it is worth this much. Honestly, it is pretty much like any ultrabook in this price range, with no real add-on that makes this stand out in the crowd. This is one of those run-of-the-mill designs that you see scattered about everywhere and can’t recall where you saw it. If you want something more formal, spending a little extra on the Lenovo X1 Carbon makes sense. Else, the Yoga 13, for all its flexibility, is a good option.


Processor - Intel Core i5 3427U @ 1.8GHz
Graphics - Intel HD 4000
Display - 13.3-inch
Storage - 128GB SSD
Connectivity - 1 USB 3.0, 2 USB 2.0, HDMI, SD card slot
OS - Windows 8 (64-bit)

Price - $779
Price In India - 96000

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