Enter to WIN a Toshiba Ultrabook.
Thin. Sleek. Beautiful.
It's a busy end to the summer here at ClickFlick.ca and I hope you all enjoyed the summer. In partnership with Intel Canada, I'm happy to introduce the Toshiba Portege Z830 Ultrabook. In three words it's thin, sleek and beautiful.
I'm a previous owner of a macbook and have an HP laptop but the Toshiba Ultrabook is the smallest and lightest laptop i've seen. I'll give you the most basic and non-technical explanation of this Ultrabook. This Ultrabook has an extended battery life of up to 8 hrs. It has an SD card slot for easy transfer of pictures/videos. It has 3 USB ports. A headphone and microphone jack. It also has an HDMI port for connecting to your TV. It has a ethernet port for connecting to internet via cable. That is the simple and basics of this Ultrabook. If you want to see the more technical aspects of this laptop you can check at Toshiba website.
The Ultrabook is so small that it fits inside nicely within another Intel laptop as seen below.
The thickness of the Ultrabook is almost the same thickness of an iphone to give you perspective. This laptop is really good for someone on the go. If you are like a blogger on the move from one event to another or a student looking for portability this is your laptop. Your text books probably way more than this laptop.
I also like the Intel technology of this laptop more specifically the fingerprint scan on the touchpad. Instead of entering passwords just scan your finger on the keypad area for access to websites.
I'm giving away 1 Toshiba Ultrabook Z830 to one of my followers on Twitter. To ENTER you must be following @Clickflickca and @IntelCanada on Twitter. You also must add the hashtag #IntelCANUltrabook to the tweet.
Copy and Paste into Raffelcopter below.
@clickflickca I want to WIN an Ultrabook from @IntelCanada http://intel.ly/HdC9Xj #IntelCanUltrabook
One entry per day only. This contest is limited to Canadians only. The winner will be selected randomly on Friday September 21st.
a Rafflecopter giveaway *Disclosure: This post is sponsored by Intel Canada. I will receive compensation for this post but all opinions are my own.