The Portégé X20W-D weighs a paltry 1.1 kilograms and is only 15.4 millimeters thin, but according to the manufacturer should still boast a battery life of up to 16 hours. The computer is equipped with a screen that can be turned 360 degrees and can quickly be turned into a tablet. Docking with Thunderbolt 3 is also possible, as are several upcoming usb c docking solutions that Toshiba is said to be working on.
Also added is a Wacom AES pen and a range of security features to protect business-critical data – including a fingerprint reader and IR camera that can be used for authentication via, for example, Windows Hello.
The Portégé X20W-D will be released in Sweden sometime during February at a so far unknown price.