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Going thin is not limited to zero size actresses any more – thin has been very much in when it comes to the gadget world for a while now. Be it mobile phones, laptops, or portable music players, the market has been flooded with devices that are thinner and thinner in size, and lighter in weight. Following the trend, the year 2012 has seen a series of ultra-thin Ultrabooks launched. While notebooks were the rage a few years ago, Ultrabooks are catching up and hope to soon replace notebooks with their sleek, thin size and suave design.
Toshiba India has launched its new product, the Portégé Z830 in India. The tablet weighs only 1.12 kg and is 15.9 mm thick, and comes with a 13.3 inch HD display with LED backlight. It is packed with Intel Core i3, i5 or i7 processor (depending on the configuration) and has RGB, USB 3.0, twin USB 2.0, Ethernet and HDMI ports.
It starts up in about 13 seconds and offers a battery backup of approximately 8 hours. The Ultrabook can accommodate RAM up to 6 GB DDR3 and comes with a 128 GB SSD (solid state drive). The gadget has been given a magnesium alloy casing with Honeycomb Rib design and Toshiba’s Easy Guard technology that is patented and offers security, reliability and durability. The device has a Matt A4 tile keyboard which is water resistant.
All these features are available at a jaw dropping price point of Rs 96,290. The device does look nice and seems power-packed but at that price, we are not too sure about how many will invest in it, when competing Ultrabooks cost significantly lesser.
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