Toshiba Satellite U925t review: with its first Windows 8 convertible, Toshiba bets big on the slider

Toshiba Satellite U925t review

You can’t see our New York City office right now, but it’s something of a laptop menagerie. We just finished reviewing a laptop whose screen flips inside its hinge, and now we’re testing an Ultrabook with a touchscreen, along with a notebook whose screen folds all the way back. The Toshiba Satellite U925t ($1,150) is yet another breed of Windows 8 hardware. It’s a slider, to be exact, which is to say its 12.5-inch screen slides out and up to reveal a full-sized keyboard. It’s nice, in theory, because you can use it as a tablet without having to worry about packing a separate keyboard. But unlike the Dell XPS 12 or Lenovo IdeaPad Yoga 13, which can also be used in tablet mode, the screen here is always exposed. As you can imagine, too, that propped-up display has a very real effect on the typing experience. Given all that, is there any reason to consider this over other, similarly priced Windows 8 convertibles? Could there perhaps be any performance benefits, or advantages in screen quality? Meet us after the break where we’ll hash it out.

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