Toshiba announced its newest convertible laptop, the Portégé X20W, at CES 2017. And while it may seem like a run-of-the-mill two-in-one computer, Toshiba is claiming an extremely impressive 16 hours of battery life. That distinction obviously will depend on how well it holds up in real-world use, but it’s certainly something that would help Portégé X20W stand out among the crowd. Otherwise, the Portégé X20W tries to offer the best of both worlds when it comes to tablet and laptop PCs, making it like almost every other convertible ever made in that regard.
Spec-wise, it’s a fairly standard high-end convertible for 2017: a seventh-generation Intel Core processor, a USB-C port for charging and connectivity