Review: Toshiba PX30T
It’s time that we had a chat about Toshiba’s all-in-one PCs, one of which is available from Mustek at the moment. Well, technically there are three but they’re all variants of the same series – the Toshiba PX30T.
You see, there are three flavours. The A0292, which features a Core i3 4000M processor from Intel, the A0293 which packs a Core i5 4200M and the A0294 which comes stacking a Core i7 4700M processor. Outside of these major differences the chassis and other specs are largely the same across the range.
Which means that the Toshiba PX30T versions are all crammed into the back of a 23-inch HD touchscreen display, with 8GB of system memory backing up whichever processor you’ve deemed perfect.
Each machine has a solid 750GB of storage, the conventional kind, as well as a WiFi/Bluetooth/Ethernet connectivity setup. All of the chassis are identical, as we’ve mentioned, so you’ll get it in White. Except the Core i5, that one’s Black.
There are other differences to see. The Core i3 has an Intel graphics solution, the Core i5 and i7 are sporting 2GB Nvidia GPUs. Both the Core i3 and the Core i5 come standard with an optical drive. A DVD drive, that is. The Core i7 plumps for a Blu-Ray solution.
Each machine ships with a standard keyboard, a range of ports for you to play with and Windows 7 as well as Windows 8 Pro, so you can decide which will best serve you before the launch of Windows 10 later this year.