PC and Laptops

Published on June 4th, 2013 | by Muhd Erfan

Toshiba Malaysia to release a whole range of revamped notebooks

Toshiba is introducing a whole new collection of notebooks, that include Qosmio X75, Satellite P, S, C, and L series, with more advanced technologies soon. 

Starting price at US$1550, Qosmio x75 is a gaming laptop specially created for pleasurably different gaming experience using the latest Intel Haswell Core i7 processor. It features a 3GB NVIDIA GeForce 770M GPU on board, RAM up to 32GB, and four memory docks. Completed with Photoshop Elements and Premiere Elements, Toshiba creates 1.25TB of HDD memory space, with an open possibility of SDD, and HDMI 1.4 port, capable to reflect out 4,000 content.

Let’s see the Satellite series. 


Satellite P Series

Being one of the premium notebook of the Satellite series, P series is available in 15 (non-touch and touch) and 17 inch (non-touch), working under the Intel i5 and i7 chips, and AMD A10 as an alternative.  Toshiba provides the P series  with 1TB internal storage and 2GB NVIDIA GeForce 740M graphic cards for maximum user experience. Externally, this notebook comes with HDMI 1.4 port, Harman Kardon speakers, and with the trend of thin technology device, it is 25% thinner than previous edition. Retail price starts from US$800.


Satellite S Series

Powered by Intel Haswell Core, S series features NVIDIA’s 2GB 740M GPU for maximum performance. The screen ranges from 14 to 17 inches with 1080 pixels. In terms of price, nothing was disclosed on this model yet.

Source – Engadget.com

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