Toshiba intros Portege Z10t detachable ultrabook

Toshiba has introduced the Portege Z10t – the company’s latest detachable ultrabook. The new company product boasts a sleek chassis, modern design and powerful hardware – all coupled with low weight!

The Portege Z10t arrives with mobile Intel Core i5 and Core i7 Ivy Bridge processors with Intel vPro technology. The specs list continues with an 11.6-inch Full HD IPS anti-glare touchscreen monitor, 4 GB of DDR3-1600 memory, Intel Rapid Start technology, a 128 GB/256 GB SSD, two 3 MP cameras (front and rear), USB 3.0 ports, Micro HDMI and a full-sized SD card slot and audio jacks not to mention you can actually detach the display and use it as a tablet.

The Toshiba Portege Z10t runs Windows 8 Pro out of the box although users can downgrade to 32-bit and 64-bit versions of Windows 7. The new ultrabook is available at various Toshiba retailers now for a starting price of USD 1499.


Source: Toshiba

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