Get yourself a portable computer

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A laptop is one of the most vital pieces of technology. Get yourself one! Why? Because you deserve it.

I used to love my desktop. I had a laptop too, but I prefer my desktop because it feels good to have something anchored and unmoving. I’ve since migrated to love laptops due to my work schedule.

Recently, I was approached by Toshiba to be part of their influencer program and test their Toshiba Portégé Z830 Ultrabook. I never really knew how good it was until I really used it. Today, everyone in my family loves it and has been using it.

If you’re in search for a good laptop in need for work, entertainment, fun, and good portability, why not consider this?

With a 1.8Ghz Intel Core i7 processor with a total of 6 DDR3 GB RAM, this computer provides you with excellent power and not to mention 128GB space. They say good things come in small packages and with the Z830 Ultrabook being the lightest 13” Ultrabook around, it certainly do.

Here is a couple of reasons why you should get yourself a portable computer, mine is ideally towards the Toshiba Portégé Z830 Ultrabook, here is why.

 1. It’s light and easy to bring around

My Portégé Z830 Ultrabook is only 1.12kg and anyone can bring it around. It fits the ladies too. My girlfriend LOVES it. Whenever she travels, she prefers to bring the Ultrabook around instead of hers.


It has a great boot up speed too, starting only at 2 seconds. So it’s perfect for those ‘on-the-go’ and it fits all travel companions.

2. You just never know when you need a laptop. 

I have travelled without my computer before and I regretted it. A portable computer helps you increase your productivity and manage your time properly.

3. Good battery life. 

The Toshiba Portege Z830 Ultrabook is proven to last up to 8 hours. I have personally used it on a single-charged battery and it definitely could last that long. No more looking for an electric port in your local Starbucks.

4. I could write more.

Sometimes because I want a new environment, I bring my computer everywhere and that helps me to increase my writing frequency. I am blogging nearly every day now, sometimes even 2-3 blog posts a day.

5. Slim

This provides an easy method of transporting it by fitting it into your bag, briefcase or handbag like my girlfriend does. It fits nearly everywhere imaginable and it screams at you if you don’t bring it around (kidding).

Image taken from Toshiba influencer Beatrice Tan

If you’re looking for a portable computer that is not only light but comes well-equipped, this is my choice. Although many people recommend the iPad, I think due to the technological differences and functionality, I believe the Portégé Z830 Ultrabook has some strong advantages to match or even surpass other technologies.

What do you think? Love to hear your thoughts on this.

“This post is brought to you by Toshiba and Intel. Join the conversation on the Toshiba Portégé Z830 Ultrabook, Inspired by Intel at www.facebook.com/ToshibaNotebookPC.”

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  • http://shinytoyrobots.com/ Robin Cannon

    I think the last time I had a desktop was around 2008. I can’t really imagine the need for one any more. A laptop, and an external monitor, and I’m good to go.

    I noticed that I had no need for a desktop once I stopped really being a video games player. Outside of the additional processor and graphics speed needed for the newest games, laptop performance in on a par with desktop for all kinds of day to day activity. 

  • http://just-ask-kim.com/ Kimberly Castleberry

    Looks like I may have to have a look at what Toshiba is doing with their influencer program from the look of this LOL! 

  • http://vivianlyt.com/ Vivian

    Laptops are the most vital essential nowadays. I can’t imagine with my lappy. Otherwise how would I be able to get my work done and be more productive? wow, slim Toshiba. I never really care about the brand. I love Dell though.