Meet the X20.

Meet the X20.
Windows 10 Pro means business.
Meet the X20.
Introducing the enterprise-grade
convertible that’s 15.4 mm thin,
weighs 1.12 kg and runs 7th generation
Intel® Core™ I processors at full power.
The X20 convertible.
For enterprise users on every level.
The convertible that sets new
standards in functionality.
Toshiba’s new X20 offers the full power of Intel’s
7th generation Intel® Core™ I processors in a slim,
light enterprise-grade package. It’s one device that
can replace many.
It’s a powerful tablet
with touch and digitizer input.
The X20’s performance as a notebook is only half the story.
Weighing just 1.12kg, the X20 doubles as a slim, light 12.5”
tablet. Users can interact via the touchscreen or with the
exquisitely sensitive digitizer pen.
With its 10-hour battery life and elegant styling, the X20 can replace the
notebooks favoured by senior management. The X20 is a 12.5” convertible,
so it can replace fleets of tablets. And power-user can connect external GPUs
and massive storage stacks, so the X20 can replace workstations.
Other tablet highlights include:
C-suite users
Work from home staffers
The X20’s slim, sleek lines make it an object
The X20 provides no-compromise performance
of desire for senior executives. Pen-input
is a productivity boosting bonus.
at home. One cable docking streamlines the
transition between locations.
Workstation users
Liquid workforce
Daisy-chain an external GPU and external
storage via the X20’s Thunderbolt™ 3 port.
Add two 4K monitors for serious engineering
and modelling.
Hot-deskers get a slim, light, powerful device
with a 10-hour battery life. Pen input and the
multi-touch screen boost productivity in transit,
a customer’s office or on-site.
It’s a slim, light,
high performance notebook.
The most remarkable fact about the X20 is its ability to run
full voltage Intel® Core™ I processors at high clock speeds,
despite being only 15.4mm thin. This makes the X20
a no-compromise notebook in an ultra-slim package.
Other notebook highlights include:
•10-hour battery life.
•30-minute fast charge cycle that provides 4 hours
of usage.
•Full high definition (1920 x 1080) non-glare screen
protected by Corning Gorilla Glass 4.
•Improved GPU video engine for enhanced video
encoding and decoding.
•Harman/kardon treble and bass reflex speakers
specifically designed for the X20 to optimise sound
quality in a slim device.
•Multi-touch screen responds to up to 10 fingers
simultaneously – play piano on screen.
•Auto disable of keyboard in tablet mode.
•Full-size, backlit keyboard with 3 brightness settings.
•Thunderbolt™ 3 port for high-speed connections
to dock and peripherals.
Toshiba’s better built
for business range.
The Z30 and Z20 cover most of our enterprise customers current
needs. Blending them with the new X20 gives fleet managers the
opportunity to standardise on one vendor, cut fleet numbers and
capex, simplify support and streamline service.
The ultimate in flexibility.
The high-performance ultrathin.
A detachable 2-in-1 for
users who want a separate
tablet. Ultra-quiet fanless
design and 19-hour battery
life are a bonus.
A traditional 13.0” clamshell
notebook with a 14-hour battery
life. The Z30 has the durability,
reliability and 3 year warranty
of the X20 and the Z20, but at a
price that makes it suitable for
widespread deployment.
•USB-3 port for charging smartphones and other devices.
•Secure, facial-recognition infra-red login.
Boost productivity with the digitizer pen.
The X20’s active electrostatic digitizer is sensitive to 2,048
levels of pressure. Interacting with the full HD screen,
it accurately captures the subtleties of handwriting and
sketches. This can transform the way people work and
boost personal productivity.
Technical users can draw diagrams, produce plans and
work fluently with the specialised notations of mathematics,
finance, engineering and science.
Executives can mark up documents, annotate
presentations on the fly, capture thoughts, take notes
and convert handwriting to text.
Creative users can grab ideas, sketch out visions and draw,
texture and colour detailed designs with multiple stroke
styles and line thicknesses.
Administrative, sales and field staff can complete
checklists, fill in forms, take orders and record data.
The X20 uses Thunderbolt™ 3
to streamline everything.
Thunderbolt™ 3 is a high-speed breakthrough, enabling users to daisy-chain
multiple devices. For enterprise users, this eliminates the hassle of connecting
at the start and end of each day. Instead, peripherals and the network can be
left plugged into a dock, and users connect and disconnect everything via the
X20’s single Thunderbolt™ 3 port. Thunderbolt™ 3 provides:
•40Gb/sec transfer rates.
•The ability to run two separate 4K monitors at a flicker-free 60Hz.
•Up to 100 watts of power to run external devices.
•The ability to daisy-chain up to 6 devices from one port.
X20 Highlights
and features.
Cost and convenience tips
›› F
it one Thunderbolt™ 3 adapter
to each screen or projector
in your organisation. Then every
X20 user can connect – no need
for individual adapters.
›› F
it TVs and projectors with
a Miracast dongle and users
can connect via WiFi.
Corning® Gorilla ® Glass 4
screen protection and
anti-glare coating.
HD webcam (1920 x 1080).
Dual infra-red cameras
for password-free, high
security, biometric log-in.
12.5” full HD (1920 x 1080)
10 point multi-touch screen.
•Backwards compatibility with DVI, HDMI and VGA via adapters.
Turn the X20 into a workstation.
Most large organisations have users who handle
computationally intensive tasks. For the first time ever,
they can be equipped with the same device as other users.
Power users can, via the X20’s Thunderbolt 3 port,
daisy chain an external GPU and a high speed external
RAID enclosure for massive external storage, providing
4K Monitors HDMI and DisplayPorts
Thunderbolt™ 3 port –
daisychain up to 6 devices.
Data rates up to 40Gb/sec.
the capability for highly demanding tasks in a single
Connect two 4K screens and the X20 can be the hub in
an engineering or financial modelling setup. Add a set of
high-end speakers and the X20 can be the core of a video
editing suite.
GFX Box + HDD Box
Inline connection
With the X20, power users now
have the convenience of a slim,
light convertible to take home
at the end of the day, just like
everyone else.
USB-3 port lets users
charge smartphones
and connect to legacy
USB 3.0 peripherals.
Full-size, spill resistant
keyboard with 3 levels
of backlighting.
Co-designed Harman/Kardon
bass reflex and front-facing treble
speakers optimised for X20.
Screws – not plastic clips – secure
the mag-alloy casework to create
a crush and impact resistant
monocoque shell.
Rigid magnesium alloy housing
with rib-reinforced palmrest.
10 hour battery life.
30 min quick-charge function
provides 4 hours range.
Active electrostatic
pen with 2,048 levels
of pressure sensitivity.
8GB / 16GB
LPDDR3 memory.
SSD drives.
Thunderbolt™ 3
Full power 7th generation
Intel Core i5 or i7 processors.
Internet + Local network
Ethernet Gigabyte
X20 via Thunderbolt™ 3
Single cable for
Peripheral interface + Power
Power cable
Charging USB 3
Headset (audio in/out)
Combined 3.5mm Jack
New two-axis dual hinge
design provides durability
during transition from
keyboard to tablet.
Fleet friendly features that help cut costs.
A blend of history
and engineering make
Toshiba a good partner.
You might know Toshiba as the company
that invented the world’s first industry
standard notebook computer in 1985.
But Toshiba’s origins go back much further.
Toshiba is Seriously Japanese, formed from the merger
of two highly innovative companies. One was founded in
1875 by Tanaka Hisashige, a famed inventor and engineer
who was known as the genius of mechanical wonders.
The other was started by Ichisuke Fujioka, regarded in
his day as Japan’s Edison. Toshiba has innovation in its
DNA, earning 31,000 patents in the past 31 years.
A member of the Fortune Global 500
Today, Toshiba is one of the world’s largest vertically
integrated electronics companies, with 187,000 employees
and sales of US$50.16 billion (2016), and a vast breadth of
industrial capabilities.
Trusted partner of Microsoft and Intel
Toshiba has a history of firsts in mobile computing. The
company also designs, develops and manufactures its
devices in-house. As a result, both Microsoft and Intel
turn to Toshiba to develop next-generation devices to
test and refine new processors and software.
A solid example
of good engineering.
Many of the X20’s best features are
hidden within the reinforced, shocktested, monocoque magnesium-alloy
casework. One example is a brand
new heat management system, made
possible by a radical new fan design.
CPUs produce heat – a lot of it. To run an Intel Core
Processor at full power, Toshiba’s engineers had to
solve the challenge of removing the heat – a notorious
notebook killer – while keeping the incredibly slim design.
To start with, Toshiba’s engineers developed a new fan
that is just 3.7mm thin. This was achieved by adapting
the proven, highly durable bearings used in hard disk
drives (Toshiba is one of the worlds largest manufacturers
of high speed HDDs).
The engineers then turned to physics, running computer
simulations of heat and air flow. The result is a new
cooling system that uses two entry points to exploit
Bernoulli’s Principle. This helps circulate air more
efficiently to keep the processor running reliably at high
clock speeds without excessive battery usage.
In Australia, Toshiba is focused purely on the business market. The X20, Z30 and Z20 are
designed and configured to meet the needs of fleet operators with diverse user groups.
Each is fully optimised for effortless deployment with a common BIOS, firmware and imagery.
Other fleet-friendly features include:
software set-up.
Device durability
and reliability.
Platform stability
over time.
management features.
Toshiba’s online Laptop
Builder helps IT
professionals build and
manage a standard
software image for the X20
and other Toshiba devices,
then download the finished
image and load it onto
individual devices via the
corporate network.
Toshiba’s Highly
Accelerated Lifetime
Testing (HALT) process
compresses the stresses
of a lifetime into a few
short days and includes
rapid thermal cycling. New
models are also exposed
to vibration, drop, impact,
spill and compression tests
before release.
Toshiba is committed to
providing stable platforms
with long product
A stable platform shared
with other models in the
enterprise range simplifies
ongoing deployments,
management and support
of new models.
The X20 has advanced
remote management
features built-in, enabling
IT departments to monitor,
maintain, repair, update
and upgrade machines
remotely. AMT 11.0 is
optional on selected
Unrivalled levels of security built-in at the BIOS level.
Unlike many vendors, Toshiba does not use a standard BIOS
(basic input/output system) on its enterprise-grade notebooks.
Instead, the X20, like its stablemates the Z30 and the Z20, has a Toshibadeveloped BIOS to launch and control the major hardware elements and
interface with the operating system. This has important consequences.
For a start, the X20’s BIOS is resistant to attack because its specification is
proprietary and unique to the device. In addition, Toshiba’s BIOS self-checks at
start-up to see whether the code itself has been tampered with.
Toshiba also adds component control and security functions to the BIOS to
protect IDs and passwords, including user authentication via the TPM chip, hard
disk encryption and more.
In an environment where enterprises face escalating threats, the X20’s
proprietary BIOS provides an additional layer of security at the system level.
The X20 is backed by
Toshiba’s 3 year warranty.
Like all of Toshiba’s business devices, the X20
is backed by an enterprise-grade 3-year warranty.
The warranty is geared to minimising disruption,
and includes courier pick-up and return. For mission
critical fleets, warranty and service upgrades include
on-site and next-day options.
Local service & support.
Toshiba provides full in-country product support.
Toshiba’s enterprise-grade devices are backed
by a national service network, a $10 million
in-country spare parts stockpile and board-level
repair capabilities to help minimize turnaround
Toshiba USB-C / Thunderbolt™ 3 dongles
Connect to any external device or peripheral with one cable that will also charge your notebook.
For the HD monitor
For ultrafast internet
USB-C 3.0 to HDMI-A
USB-C 3.0 to GbE –
For the meeting room
USB-C 3.0 to VGA
10/100/1000 Ethernet
For the desk setup or on the road
For the desk setup or on the road
USB-C 3.0 to USB-A 3.0; HDMI-A and USB-C 3.0 (inlet)
USB-C 3.0 to Gigabyte Ethernet; USB-A 3.0; HDMI-A and VGA
more information, please contact your Toshiba Business Solutions Division
representative or call the Toshiba Sales Centre on:
New South Wales
Enzo Torrillo
+ 61 4 10 388 988 |
Gary Lawrence
+ 61 4 39 417 226 |
Phil Rayner
+ 61 4 13 488 331 |
Steve Kotarski
+ 61 4 19 255 048 |
AU – 13 30 70
NZ – 0800 441 615
South Australia
Brad Lewis
+ 61 4 38 822 696 |
Western Australia
Daniel Murdock
+ 61 4 09 132 921 |
Alan Reelick
+ 64 27 403 2382 |
Leigh McPearson
+ 64 21 406 990 |
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