A quick video demo of the Toshiba Satellite® U920t Ultrabook Convertible

imageLondonDrug, a Canadian Store, have uploaded this video of the Toshiba Satellite® U920t Ultrabook Convertible.

The device has the now usual 1366×768 pixels IPS Screen that is a larger 12.5 inches, covered in Gorilla Glass, is 1.45 kg in weight, two USB ports, WIFI, Bluetooth, HDMI, 4 GB RAM, 128 GB SSD, Core i5 processor and is less than an inch thick when closed.

The device starts at $1,149,99 at Toshiba’s website here.

  • StreetNerd

    Hell ugly -___-‘

    • lol

      just like ur mum u fag

      • http://www.facebook.com/profile.php?id=708677298 Alf Lenni Erlandsen

        Hey dood, its a computer, chill out.

        • lol

          i chilled out with ur mum the other night she sucked my penis so good i nearly blinded her with my jizz

          • jjj

            Dude, his mom is a man.

  • JohnCz

    Not bad for the price but a tad on the heavy side and no stylus. I’m glad to see it has a full array of mobile sensors and NFC.

  • techieg

    Another lack of hardware innovation. Why will I want this as a tablet. These OEMs just don’t get it. Good thing MS came up with Surface; a software company beating hardware OEMs at what is supposed to be their specialty.

  • 123321

    ‘it’s very thin’ — nope
    ‘it’s very beautiful’ — nope
    …it Looks ugly and it seems that the mechanism of hiding the Keyboard or flipping it out isnt working so well… uuuhhh i think i’m definitely not going to purchase one of these

    • Wheez

      Don’t for get “It’s very light” – Nope 😀

      • 123321

        but thats nothing you can say before you have holded it in your hand. anyway you’re probably right…

  • http://www.facebook.com/profile.php?id=708677298 Alf Lenni Erlandsen

    Ugly and totally useless…. Would never even wanna consider the time to fold and unfold this piece of garbage.

  • Smity Smiter

    i guess $1,149.99 and not $1,149,99 ?

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  • Anonymous Viper 7

    why the hell can’t any company make a perfect computer/tablet running linux