Toshiba Portege WT20 Review


Lisa Gade reviews the Toshiba Portege WT20, a Windows 10 tablet with an Intel Core M CPU and a 12.5” IPS full HD touch screen. This is the more affordable counterpart to the Portege Z20t that debundles the keyboard and Wacom pen included with the Z20t. You can buy that $299 keyboard dock separately, and it turns the WT20 into a laptop, though Toshiba markets the WT20 as a pure tablet. There is no active digitizer on the Portege WT20 so it works only with fingers and capacitive styli like those sold for Android and iOS tablets. The tablet has a 5th generation Broadwell Core M-5Y10c CPU upclocked to 1 GHz with Turbo Boost to 2 GHz. It has 4 gigs of RAM and a 128 gig M.2 SSD. The tablet ships with Windows 10 Pro, and it has Intel AC7265 dual band WiFi 802.11ac with Bluetooth 4.0, a front 2MP camera and a rear 5MP camera. It sells for $899.



  1. I'm using the ASUS Transformer T300 Chi, same specs and only paid 499.99 on Amazon. The price is slightly up now but not by much. Just offering an alternative for those looking. Good review Lisa I always enjoy your reviews. Here are the links, this is to the 1080p model, the higher resolution is on the site for sale as well all versions come with Bluetooth keyboard dock but the keyboard dock does not charge the tablet, so that is one draw back.

  2. Hey good job on your videos great quality !! Can I have a Samsung galaxy s6 pls my birthday is coming up soon and it would be great just own a phone. If your wondering what I'm using its a iPad3

  3. This tablet might be ok if it were priced at $499 ($549 at a push) but $899? For a Core-M with 4GB RAM and a 128GB SSD? Sorry but that is just silly money.

  4. So it doesn't have pen support? Then what's the whole point of this? I'd expect the entire tablet to be $300, but that's just the price of the dock and the tablet is $900? GG Toshitba, I hope you fail.

  5. I hope you'll review apple pencil's latency and sensitivity curve stability when you get your hands on Apple Pencil, then compares it to Surface's Ntrig and Wacom's Cintiq


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