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Usability The screen tilts upwards just shy of 90 degrees, which can be frustrating if you're used to constantly adjusting the tilt of your screen forward when resting the laptop on your chest while in bed, for example.

The angles of the screen are quite wide though, and Toshiba Satellite U920T-F System rarely needed to adjust the tilt in order to make the picture look better, it was more the fact that we are used to the tilting action. The same can be said when it came time to shut down the laptop: We think it will take some time to get used to this form factor. The right side with the screen in its upright position. Because it doesn't close like a clamshell, it can be frustrating to use until you get used to it. This side has the other USB 3. Gorilla Glass protects the screen from scratches, but it also means that it will reflect lights.


Luckily, the brightness is high enough to mute most reflections off the Gorilla Glass finish. Instead, the Toshiba uses a xpixel panel, which is just enough to satisfy the requirements for all of Windows 8's interface features.

We would have liked a higher resolution, but we didn't have any problems using the device for multitasking or viewing high-resolution pictures and we think it will be fine for all Toshiba Satellite U920T-F System the most demanding users. The touchscreen is best to use when exploring the Windows Start screen interface and new-style Windows 8 apps. When used as a regular laptop, the UT will present you with a regular keyboard that has backlit keys they work on a timer that detects when you are typing. The keys are shallow though and they don't feel great to type on initially. However, they are adequately soft and we did get used to them after a while.

The palm rest is not as wide as it could be due to the screen being mounted about 5cm in from the rear of the base, which means space for this and the touchpad is dramatically reduced. We do really wish the palm rest area had more depth. Typing on this Ultrabook for lengthy periods on our lap was tiring because there just wasn't enough Toshiba Satellite U920T-F System to properly rest our palms. It's more comfortable to type while resting the Ultrabook on a desk.

The touchpad itself is 85x43mm, and too small considering all the large pads we've seen on other Ultrabooks recently. It does the job though, and it even supports Windows 8's Toshiba Satellite U920T-F System gestures, which have to be enabled in the driver software. They are disabled by default because the pad is so small you might accidentally invoke them while you use the touchpad for regular navigation.

You won't want to use it to play complex desktop games, but it will be just fine for running games downloaded through the Microsoft store. Overall, it's a hybrid that felt zippy during everyday operations and a lot of this can be attributed to the fast solid state drive, which recorded megabytes Toshiba Satellite U920T-F System second MBps in our file duplication tests, MBps in the CrystalDiskMark read test, and MBps in the CrystalDiskMark write test. These results aren't as fast as the fastest Ultrabook storage we've seen to date, which can be found in the Acer Aspire S7.

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In our battery test, in which we disable power management, enable Wi-Fi, maximise screen brightness and loop Toshiba Satellite U920T-F System Xvid-encoded video, the UT lasted 3hr 42min. This is shorter than the time recorded by the UW's time of 3h 49min, Toshiba Satellite U920T-F System longer than the time recorded by the Z 3hr 13min. It's much better than the 3hr 10min result recorded by the During general usage Web browsing, listening to music and watching the odd YouTube clip with a balanced power profile, medium screen brightness and some idle periods in between, the battery lasted 5hr 5min, which is also slightly better than the other hybrid Ultrabooks we've seen so far.

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It takes about two hours to charge the battery completely. The unit didn't get uncomfortably warm during our tests, either as a tablet or notebook.


It will warm up quicker if you use it on your lap and block these intakes while performing CPU-intensive tasks. A fan is Toshiba Satellite U920T-F System inside the chassis, and it makes a noticeable whirring sound only when the system is working hard.


For the most part it is a quiet system. Conclusion Turning the UT from a tablet to a notebook is not difficult, but it could get Toshiba Satellite U920T-F System over time, and we're not sure how well the mechanics of the design will hold up over prolonged use. That said, the overall user experience that the Satellite UT provides is a very good one. We particularly liked using the tablet mode Toshiba Satellite U920T-F System view apps such as Boston Globe's Big Picture, and the Bing Maps, Sports and news apps are also fun to peruse.

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Toshiba Satellite U920T-F System However, there are still some quirks that Windows 8 throws up from time to time. In particular, the on-screen keyboard doesn't work too well when in the Desktop. So, to access the innards of the device, the user will have to first remove a few screws below the rubber feet of the device and then lift off the entire bottom panel. Connectivity Most Ultrabooks offer little diversity in this area. The package provides the installation files for Toshiba Satellite UT-F System Driver version Important Notes. - During the installation of this file. The Satellite® Ut Ultrabook Convertible combines the performance and form factor of an Ultrabook with the ease-of-use of a tablet Toshiba Satellite U920T-F System is ideal for on-the-go.

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