Toshiba Portege Z20t 2-in-1 ultrabook in the United States

Toshiba has decided to add its ultrabook portfolio in the United States with launch the Toshiba Portege Z20t. This 2-in-1 ultrabook offers several usability the device that allowing users to detach the keyboard from the entire system. So, you can use it like a regular tablet. Meanwhile, new Toshiba Portégé Z20t transforms a 12.5-inch tablet into an ultrabook by a detachable keyboard component.


Already showcased at CES 2015 event, the laptop is first unveiled in European market late last year. In the United States, interested customers can grab the Portégé Z20t ultrabook as soon as this month for starting cost $1399 and up. The faster model with Intel’s low-power Broadwell processor will hit the streets for $1699. It offers a mixture of lightweight and sleek. The business-focused Portege Z20t could be true compete with the Microsoft Surface Pro 3 tablet on their markets.

The Z20t ultrabook has a 12.5-inch Full HD IPS display with Wacom-powered stylus input, 10-point multi-touch support, 2048 stylus sensitivity levels, and wide viewing angles. In additional, its hinge is able to rotate fully back to giving a variety of positions. Total weighing 3.3 pounds (1.6-pound body only), it’s accompanied by a black magnesium alloy finish. Under the hood, new Toshiba Portege Z20t tablet packs an Intel Core M processor, 4GB or 8GB of RAM and a either of 128GB and 256GB SSD.

Other features are WiFi 802.11ac, Bluetooth 4.0, a micro HDMI port, microSD card slot, micro USB ports, and up to 9 hours of battery life. The keyboard dock is equipped with Gigabit Ethernet, an HDMI port, and two USB 3.0 ports.

Toshiba also plans to unveil a cheaper variant, the Portégé WT20 tablet. For some reason, it comes without a keyboard dock or Wacom digitizer.

Press Release
New Detachable Portégé Z20t Powered by Intel Core M Processor with Unprecedented Performance and Up to a 17.4-Hours of Battery Life Rating


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