The M780 is the updated version of the Portege M750 and steps up to the new Intel Core i3, i5 and i7 line of multi-core CPUs. The design is otherwise similar, but Toshiba has taken this pricey tablet and offered it in 4 flavors, with the base model being surprisingly affordable. We look at that $1,279 base model that has an active pen digitizer but no touch, the Intel Core i3 CPU running at 2.13GHz, a 12" LED backlit matte display, WiFi and Intel integrated graphics. If you're a graphics artist or student on a budget looking for a matte display tablet, the M780 might be for you.
Read our Toshiba Portege M780 review.