Toshiba Introduces new Enterprise-class Portégé Z20t Detachable Ultrabook

Posted by News Room On Monday, September 7, 2015 0 comments
Toshiba India  announced a new 31.75cm (12.5) 2-in-1 detachable ultraportable with reversible dock to meet the needs of mobile enterprise users. The Portégé Z20t is optimized for business users with a variety of productivity and security features plus the powerful new Intel Core M processor, which support both content creation and consumption with ease. With an extra-long battery life of up to 16 hours1, lightweight magnesium chassis and sleek, thin design, the Portégé Z20t is prepared for professional life – whether in or out of the office. Portégé Z20t is priced at Rs 1,30,000/- and will be available in India through B2B channel.
The year 2015 also marks 30 years of Toshiba bringing innovative Products to the mobile computing industry. Celebrating this feat extraordinaire, an elated Sanjay Warke, Country Head – DS Division, Toshiba India stated, “Testimony of Toshiba’s passion for innovation dates back to centuries but thirty years ago, Toshiba put the power of technology in everyone’s hands with the launch of World’s First Laptop, Toshiba T1100. From mono LCD display, 16-bit processors, and floppy disk memory packed in a 4.1kg luggable design, which was state of the art technology for its period, our unparalleled experience and passion for developing innovative products have always kept us ahead of the curve. With 140 years of legacy and 30 years of breakthroughs in the PC industry, Toshiba has always been a pioneer in truly
redefining technological innovation.”
“The Portégé Z20t represents a remarkable technological achievement and delivers everything a modern business professional require in a full mobile computing experience,” said Sivakumar, Vice-President PC Business, DS Division, Toshiba India. “Built for professional users, the Portégé Z20t offers a slim-line and lightweight device whether it’s used in laptop or tablet mode in any scenario while still satisfying the security and IT management features that are crucial to any organisation in today’s complex business environment.”

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