Why I Bought the Toshiba Portégé X30 E

I’ve bought the 13.3″ Toshiba Portégé X30-E-133 laptop. I explain why in this video.
This is a follow up to my video talking about the limitations of modern laptops. You can see that video at
Be sure to check out my next video about this laptop at
Also Referenced in Video:
Toshiba Portégé X30-E-133 –
i7 8550U vs i7 6820HQ –
Dell XPS 13 13.3 Inch UHD –
Surface Pro 6 –
ASUS ZenBook Flip S UX370UA –
ASUS ZenBook 13 UX333FA –
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2 thoughts on “Why I Bought the Toshiba Portégé X30 E

  1. Hi @Kevin Muldon, Thanks a lot for the great video regarding the Toshiba Protege. I totally agree with you regarding the spect of this laptop and its quite a pity that no one is talking about it. I definitely wanna buy it too, therefore the follow up to this video where you review the actual laptop would be very great. I just checked through all your videos and I think you ain't done it yet. Any plans making that follow up video? If not, do you mind giving me your thought regarding the features, practicality, improvement in performance with the use of 32gb ram as well as if it is necessary to get an eGPU for video editing?
    Thanks a lot for your response.

  2. Toshiba laptops were always quite well regarded although I can't remember the last time I saw one: it's almost as if Apple are the only show in town for so many (let's not go down that road!) As for the lack of a dedicated GPU, I don't think that's necessarily a problem for video editing since most software tends to use CPU rather than GPU power for the most part. The exception to this being DaVinci Resolve.

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