If you’ve ever had the pleasure of working on a Z930, you’d know they’re incredibly lightweight and portable. Upon receiving our Z930 we were impressed by its paper thin size but most of our staff doubted its battery life. Many of us even questioned how Toshiba could squeeze a battery into such a light device. That’s exactly why Jordan decided to put it to the test and see if it could sustain a proper day’s work. To everyone’s surprise it exceeded our expectations to say the least.
Meet Jon, your friendly neighbourhood PC video game enthusiast. Recently, some people have been giving him a hard time because he spends a lot of time in his basement on his desktop computer. Jordan wanted to help out and decided he could solve the problem with the Toshiba X870 Qosmio. With a third generation Intel Core i7 processor and NVIDIA GeForce GTX 670M 3GB graphics card it’s got all the power Jon needs to get out of the basement. Watch as Jordan attempts to show John the benefits of gaming outdoors.
The Toshiba Z930 is one of the fastest loading computers you can buy, which isn’t surprising considering its third generation Intel processor, and solid state hard drive. So we put Jordan up against the Z930 to see which is faster – Jordan or the computer.
One of the first things we noticed when our Toshiba Z930s arrived were their shockingly light weight. Everyone in our office took turns holding it, amazed that something could be insanely portable and functional. Next, we started comparing it to some of the other computers in the office and we couldn’t figure out how to communicate its extreme light weight. Thus, Jordan and Casey took on the challenge. This is what they came up with.