Six Toshiba Encore owners agreed that the Toshiba Encore was compact. Expert website Computershopper.com said in their review of the Toshiba Encore “Here in early 2014, compact Windows tablets—models with 8-inch screens—continue to chip away at a niche for themselves in the already-nichey field of Windows 8 tablets” . Three years ago expert review site Wired.co.uk mentioned in their review “It's nice to see full-fat Windows 8.1 in a compact package”. Alphr.com rated the product 4 stars and mentioned in their review “The first compact Windows 8 tablet we'd seriously consider buying, packing in usable performance”.
One customer concluded that the product was heavy and bulky. Expert review site Cnet.com scored it 4 stars and said “If not for its annoyingly bulky design and slightly expensive price”.
One customer who reviewed it reckoned that it was lightweight. Cnet.co.uk wrote in their review on expert review site CNET.co.uk four years ago “Advances in mobile processors means that Windows 8 runs well on small, lightweight tablets that are much easier to slide into a bag” but despite that they only scored this tablet 60 out of 100.
One person who purchased it concluded that it was easy to carry around. Cnet.co.uk wrote on expert website CNET.co.uk “While its small screen size makes it easy to carry”.
One customer wrote in their reviews that the product was heavy. Expert review site Windowscentral.com wrote in their review “While a stylus is the old way, companies are now focusing more heavily on quality pen inputs, thanks in part to the Surface Pro 3” .