The laptop market is having to move at a frantic pace these days, just to try and compete with the burgeoning tablet market. Enter the rise of the Ultrabook.
And now leading manufacturer Toshiba is making its vie for a slice of the market with the launch of the world’s lightest laptop; the Portégé Z930 Ultrabook.
Debuting in South Africa, the model boasts small proportions, with a 13.3-inch high-brightness display, as well as a battery life of up to eight hours and a number of multipurpose interfaces. Its sleek design includes a Matt A4 tile backlit keyboard and large multi-touch touch pad.
Jorge da Silva, Head of Sales for South Africa said:
“The Portégé Z930, in addition to being the world’s lightest ultrabook, is also engineered for big things. The combination of superb styling, ultra-portability, performance and power management means the Z930 is superbly geared for professional and leisure needs.”
Toshiba ultrabook features
The Portégé Z930’s lightweight and compact design means that is has less than a 1.2kg profile and is just 15.9mm-high. This makes it lighter than the MacBook Air of the same size.
The laptop makes use of Windows 7 Home Premium or Windows 7 Professional operating systems and has a RAM of up to 8GB DDR3.
Additional features include the latest generations SSD with up to 256GB and the latest Intel processor for ultrabook.
The model also has integrated stereo speakers enhanced with SRS Premium Sound 3D, providing high quality surround sound, and a high-definition webcam.
The USB Sleep & Charge facility allows smartphones to be charged even when the device is off, while the Toshiba Eco Utility software helps users manage the amount of power they use.
Built to last
The robust Portégé Z930 is protected from bumps, spills and other small accidents that may damage your keyboard by Toshiba’s EasyGuard suite of technologies.
Advanced security features, such as a fingerprint reader for instant login, and the Trusted Platform Module are also supported on the model.
The third-generation Intel Core vPro processor family gives the Portégé Z930 strong IT management capabilities including password protection and embedded security like disk encryption. With features like this, who needs a tablet?
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