Toshiba has recently announced the Portégé Z30-E. A laptop that packs professional performance with full-size ports into a thin and durable design. This is the latest addition to Toshiba’s business PC offering, and has been engineered with mobility and reliability at its core to increase business productivity by providing professional performance for today’s increasingly mobile workforce.

Built to perform and designed to move, the ultra-light Portégé Z30-E is said to offer premium performance in any setting. 

“The Portégé Z30-E was developed with keeping business moving in mind, from employees in small to mid-size organisations, to large corporate environments—regardless of their location,” said Wong Wai Meng, senior manager of product strategy at Toshiba Singapore Pte Ltd, Mobile Computing Solutions & Devices Division. “This addition to the Portégé family provides premium performance with convenient portability, whilst offering an advanced level of security and peace of mind for today’s workforce.”

It weighs 1.2 kg, and has a robust magnesium chassis. It is also said to have an 18-hour battery life from a single charge. Additionally, it also has a 33.8cm (13.3″) non-reflective HD or Full HD screen with LED backlighting.

The Portégé Z30-E offers a range of  full-size ports to keep users connected to their surroundings. Three USB 3.0 ports and an HDMI port allow for work to be shared quickly or presentations projected in high-resolution brilliance. Gigabit LAN allows fast access to local networks.

A Trusted Platform Module (TPM) keeps critical data safe and sound on the local storage of the Portégé Z30-E. The optional Smartcard and SecurePad with fingerprint reader mean that no one but the intended user can log in. 

Toshiba Portégé Z30-E will be available around the third quarter of the year. Actual product features and specifications depend on model and local availability.

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