Toshiba is no stranger to the tablet PC and has been pushing out models under its Portégé brand for a number of years now. The latest release is the Portégé M750 (we're looking at the M750-10K version here), which features the usual flip and twist screen, allowing you to use it either as a tablet or a standard notebook.
With its rather dull grey livery and chunky chassis, Toshiba's latest creation won't win any style awards, but it is sturdily built and the hinge on which the screen swivels feels robust. We always prefer substance over style, but it's a shame Toshiba didn't make a bit more of an effort with the design.
Three USB ports are dotted around the chassis (one of which doubles up as an eSATA port), along with a mini FireWire port, Gigabit LAN, PC Card slot and a multi-format card reader. Meanwhile, the keyboard has well-spaced keys and feels good to type on, although we did notice a bit of flexing, which may irritate those with a heavy typing style.