Toshiba Portege X20W

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  1. Critical Observer

    Critical Observer Pen Pal - Newbie

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    The X20W was reviewed by the good folks of Notebookcheck, pretty much echoing the sentiments expressed by @billydog72 in this thread; they gave it 88% overall score.

    The model with i5-7200/8GB/256GB is priced at cool 1700€ here in Europe. I'm waiting for NBC to review Lifebook P727, as these 2 devices look very very similar and with a bit thicker case, the Fujitsu machine might come out on top when it comes to the keyboards.
     
  2. billydog72

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    I returned it.....keyboard space bar became unresponsive and would miss keystrokes. Didn't trust it to swap for another one. Definitely a shame on an otherwise nice machine.
     
  3. ZenAkrua

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    This has TB3, correct? Can someone run HWINFO64 and tell me what the lanes are on the port? x4 or x2?
     
  4. MobileTechReview

    MobileTechReview Scribbler - Standard Member

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    I know this thread is old, but HWinfo reports 4 lanes.
     
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  5. Bronsky

    Bronsky Wait and Hope. Senior Member

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    My favorite reviewer reviewed it as well.



    Shame my college bound daughter wants a 15" convertible.
     
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  6. Starlight5

    Starlight5 I'm a cat. What else is there to say, really?

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    Notebookcheck's review clearly shows contact pads for SIM-slot and m.2 b-key slot.
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    I wonder if simply soldering them to the sub-board would allow a WWAN modem installation... Would love a chat with someone who engineered these machine, or a look at schematics.
     
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