Toshiba outs Satellite U920T Windows 8 convertible: hands-on

Toshiba outs Satellite U920T Windows 8 convertible: hands-on

Summary: The U920T, shown off at IFA in Berlin, is Toshiba's 12.5-inch stab at the Windows 8 laptop-tablet hybrid concept.

TOPICS: Windows, Tablets, Toshiba

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  • This picture shows the U920T in tablet mode.

    The screen is an IPS HD affair, with five-finger multitouch. Graphics come courtesy of Intel's HD 4000 integrated GPU.

    Image credit: David Meyer

  • The screen slides back much further on the U920T than it does on Sony's Vaio Duo 11.

    On first impressions, the hinge mechanism also looks a bit less robust.

    Image credit: David Meyer

  • The U920T's trackpad has touch buttons, which some favour.

    On the connectivity side, the machine has two USB 3.0 ports and Intel's Wireless Display (WiDi) technology, along with the usual Wi-Fi.

    It uses an SSD for storage of up to 256GB, and can be configured with up to 8GB of RAM.

    Image credit: David Meyer

Topics: Windows, Tablets, Toshiba

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About David Meyer

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  • Toshiba...

    will have to do better than this if they want to compete with the other manufacturer's. Based on what I've seen, this looks to be the worst of the bunch so far.
  • Toshiba

    has not made a good product in years. I'm surprised they haven't gone under already.