Toshiba Portege X30 Core i5-7300U 256GB 13.3in Reviews

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Toshiba Portégé X30-D-10V review: A great executive laptop

Verdict: While other brands focus on style, Toshiba's emphasis is on practicality: 8GB of RAM that you can easily double yourself; a true ultraportable design that weighs only 1.05kg; and a bountiful selection of security features that should appeal to any business IT buyer.
Pros: Excellent security features, Light, More than ten hours of battery life
Cons: Unintuitive keyboard

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1 year ago

Toshiba Portege X30 Core i5-7300U 256GB 13.3in

Verdict: Toshiba's premium 13-incher is a rare combo: a light but solid-feeling business laptop, and priced nicely against the competition. It's not tops in any one area, but it's well-rounded, and the touch display got very bright.
Pros: Excellent 1080p touch display, Lightweight, strong chassis design, Good keyboard, Three-year standard warranty
Cons: Drab looks, 10-plus hours of battery is no slouch, but competition lasts longer, Fan noise can be noticeable

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1 year ago

Toshiba Portégé X30 review: back with a bang

Verdict: A business ultrabook that's bristling with features
Pros: Good performance, Large selection of ports, Excellent keyboard
Cons: Expensive

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1 year ago

Toshiba Portege X30 review: The clamshell strikes back

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Verdict: Sleek tablets and 2-in-1s get all the attention these days, but they still take a back seat to traditional clamshell laptops for outfitting business employees. Take Toshiba's flagship Portégé X30 (technically called the X30-D), which combines peak performance with all the amenities that a traveling...
Pros: Top performance, excellent battery life, security and manageability enhancements, 3-year warranty, optional Thunderbolt dock
Cons: No 4K display option, expensive, touchscreen wobbles

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2 years ago

Toshiba Portégé X30 (i7-7600U, 256 GB) Laptop Review

Verdict: Toshiba's Portégé X30 packs tons of features in one of the lightest bodies currently available. Can the X30 compete with other thin-and-light heavyweights, or will it get knocked out?
Pros: beautiful design, premium materials, sturdy chassis (except display, incredibly thin and light, color accurate screen, fast fingerprint and iris scanners, 2x Thunderbolt 3, runs relatively cool
Cons: display flexes easily, fingerprint magnet, underwhelming CPU performance

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2 years ago

Toshiba Portégé X30

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Verdict: The first thing that is noticeable about the Portégé X30 right out the box is just how light it is, at just over 1 kg. This, to the extent that when first unboxed, I thought it may be missing its battery (it wasn't), with the razor-thin (15.9 mm) 14" notebook even making my iPad Air feel heavy in...
Pros: Thin, Extremely light, Powerful performance for a compact package, Excellent sound
Cons: Finicky touchpad, Slightly cramped keyboard

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2 years ago

Toshiba Portégé X30-E-12H review

Verdict: Toshiba packed the latest technology and the most powerful options in the Portégé X30-E-12H making it ideal for the power user who doesn't want to feel performance compromised away from their desktop system.
Pros: High-performance computing, Great touchpad and keyboard, Type-C charging
Cons: Overly thin display, Older NVMe drive tech

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1 year ago

REVIEW: Toshiba Portégé X30

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Verdict: Toshiba's Portégé X30 is a solid laptop for business professionals in a corporate environment. It's expensive compared to rival machines from Dell and Lenovo, but it does provide a very good display, robust performance, top-notch security, and rich audio.

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1 year ago

Toshiba Portégé x30

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Verdict: At a glance, the Portégé x30 has the painfully plain design of a work laptop, but it incorporates some features that we've been seeing take over consumer devices as of late: thin-and-light structure, USB Type-C and Thunderbolt, Windows Hello, and more.
Pros: Durable yet lightweight design, Multiple input options (touchscreen, trackpad, and click buttons), Windows Hello IR camera and fingerprint sensor
Cons: Best display you can get is FHD, No Precision Touchpad, Shrunken right Shift key is annoying, Battery life doesn't live up to expectations

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1 year ago

Toshiba Portege X30-D

Verdict: I consider $1,600 to be the ceiling for a high-end Windows laptop with an Intel Core i7 and sub-2.5 pound weight. That's how much the Lenovo ThinkPad X1 Carbon costs, and at $1,500, the LG gram 14 is even cheaper. If my IT department issued me an X30-D, I would accept it in a heartbeat.
Pros: Display offers vivid colors without excessive glare. Speakers deliver robust bass. Good key stability
Cons: Expensive. Awkward pointing stick. Relatively small SSD

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1 year ago
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