Resource Saving Design
A Light, beautiful, tough PC
The body of the PC uses magnesium alloy that is light and offers excellent strength. Magnesium press process technology that gives strength and a characteristic feel to the materials is used on the cover to emphasize quality and beauty.
Lightness and strength are improved.
Toshiba PCs have a "honeycomb rib structure" in the weight bearing palm rest and HDD/SDD covers. This adds protection and increases resistance to wrenching and twisting. A highly robust body that is also light and slim is achieved by employing Toshiba’s PC molding technologies, including a "bus tab structure" to enhance body rigidity by unifying the base and sides, and a "frameless keyboard" that adds strength by unifying the keyboard and case with a rigid deflection beam.
Supported models: Honeycomb rib structure: R632, R732, V632, V832
Honeycomb structure: R632
Bus tab structure: V632、V832
Frameless Keyboard: V632、V832
Overwhelming thinner has been realized
Toshiba PCs secure a light, slim body by making a thinner main circuit board. This is achieved by using a centralized component layout, minimizing internal space and installing a slim battery.
Easy to carry
At 175g,*1 the PC’s AC adaptor is light, compact and easy to carry.
Supported Models: V632, V832
*1 Excluding AC cable weight
Contributing to recycling of resources
All Toshiba PCs and tablets make use of recycled plastics. For example, they are used in the LED lens of the power button and the battery release latch in PCs, and as case parts (button lock) in tablets. Reuse of plastics contributes to effective uses of resources.
In addition, using plant-based plastics in packing tape contributes to saving oil resources and reduces CO2 emissions.
Fewer packing materials, lower CO2 emissions.
Toshiba PCs do not use formed polystyrene in packaging materials. On top of this, a smaller package not only reduces use of materials, it also increases load capacities and reduce CO2 emission during transportation.