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Toshiba Portege Z20T-B

Tiffany Loh
Smarter Writer

Tiffany Loh is the Smarter Business™ & News and Digital Editor, with varied writing experience always looking for a unique story

Tiffany Loh
Smarter Writer

Tiffany Loh is the Smarter Business™ & News and Digital Editor, with varied writing experience always looking for a unique story

Toshiba’s Portégé Z20t-B is currently one of the slimmest and lightest full Windows 8.1 tablets around at just 8.8mm thin and 705g. It works equally well as a tablet or a notebook and the 12.5-inch matte screen can switch to face outwards for displaying presentations.

A Toshiba Portege z20t-b on a white background

The tablet and keyboard have separate batteries – the tablet lasts up to 9 hours then, while running with the keyboard, increases to over 17 hours. The 4GB of RAM and 256GB storage complement the excellent productivity and, with a fanless design, it is a silent operator. The screen is touch-sensitive and comes with a digitiser pen. Connections are well thought out with ports on both tablet and keyboard positioned where they are most likely to be of use and wireless connections too.

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