The portable business computing market is more diverse than ever, writes Stephen Errity. We now have the traditional powerhouse notebooks jostling with the more versatile convertibles for buyers’ attention. New arrivals such as the Microsoft Surface
Toshiba’s Portégé Z20t promises ‘ultrabook performance and tablet flexibility in one device’. Its key selling point is a fully detachable 12.5-inch tablet screen, allowing users to create or consume content on the go. It’s ideal for giving presentations, note-taking in meetings or just old-fashioned desk work.
The headline specs are an Intel Core M Processor, a 128GB solid-state drive, 4GB...
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