It’s IFA time folks! Toshiba has started things with a debuted today, the 2 in 1 tablet Portege X30T. It’s actually a whole lineup of devices, the X30 one that includes now a 2 in 1 tablet with a detachable keyboard.
Toshiba Portege X30T runs on Windows and relies on a 13.3 inch touchscreen display. It also has a Wacom digitizer with active pen support, a built in kickstand, plus there’s also a keyboard dock, that integrates the core connectivity features. We’ve got a full size HDMI port, VGA output, Ethernet and USB ports. A secondary battery also makes the cut. The product will be available from October priced at $1550 and up.
The tablet is based on an Intel U Series processor of the 8th gen kind, which may be a Whiskey Lake model. The new Portege measures around 0.9 inches in waistline and weighs 1.8 pounds in detached mode. In tablet mode there’s 8 hours of battery life to use, but in laptop mode you get to 14 hours of functioning time. In the mix we also find a fingerprint scanner, face unlock, a Trusted Platform Module and a Smart Card Reader.
Toshiba bundles a 3 year standard warranty with the product and the device should hold on in perfect manner thanks to its military certification. The product has a magnesium alloy case, which reminds me of the Surface Pro devices. The Wacom pen is also bundled with 4000+ levels of pressure. Not a big fan of the base keyboard design to be honest.