Compact notebook-transformer Toshiba Portege X20W: Thunderbolt 3, CPU Intel Kaby Lake and 16 hours of battery life
Toshiba introduced on the eve of the official opening of CES 2017 new convertible notebook — Portege X20W. The novelty, executed in the spirit of models of the Satellite Radius, a very compact and lightweight but with good battery life.
As with most laptops, announced this year, the Portege X20W used Intel Kaby Lake. Volumes of RAM and SSD were not disclosed, but they clearly will be at the level of competitive models.
Toshiba Portege X20W equipped with a display diagonal of 12.5 inches with a resolution of Full HD, with protection in the form of tempered glass Gorilla Glass 4. To interact with the OS using the screen as a finger, and signature TruPen stylus based on the Wacom Feel technology that recognizes 2048 degrees of depression.
In the configuration of the new feature fingerprint sensor, an infrared cabin, a web-camera, module TPM hardware-based encryption, sound system Harman Kardon, consisting of two speakers, Wi-Fi adapter 802.11 ac USB-C port Thunderbolt 3, one USB 3.0 port.
Case Toshiba Portege X20W is made of magnesium alloy. The laptop is characterized by small thickness (15.4 mm) and weight (about 1.1 kg), and high autonomy — up to 16 hours.