Toshiba Portege Z830 ultrabook now available

toshiba-portege-z830Toshiba announced its new ultrabook, the Portege Z830 back in September, and now – just in time for the holiday season, it is available for purchase. The ultrabooks feature Intel’s second-gen Core processors, weigh less than 2.5 pounds, feature a 0.63″ profile, a full-size backlit and spill-resistant keyboard. The Z830 will be available with a 128GB SSD and up to 6GB of DDR3 RAM. It is touted to have 8 hours of battery life, and features Toshiba’s Hi-Speed Start technology which helps boot and wake-up times.

The Toshiba Portege Z830 can be yours now with prices starting at $829 from Toshiba Direct. If you’re looking for an ultra-thin and lightweight Windows portable computer under $1000 – this might be for you.

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