All Product Articles tagged ‘toshiba’
Toshiba's Satellite P755 is one of the newer 15.6-inch multimedia notebooks toting a Sandy Bridge quad-core Intel Core i7-2630QM processor and NVIDIA GT 540M graphics. How does it compare to the rest of the field? Read on to find out!
Toshiba recently had a launch event that featured what Toshiba claims is the thinnest and lightest Ultrabook in the market right now. They also took the opportunity to introduce two new tablets, and a new all-in-one PC.
The Toshiba Portege R830 is one for the suits, those who have no time for anything other than an Intel Core i7 processor, a built-in optical drive, and more than 4 hours of battery life. It's slim profile and 1.4kg light weight make it as portable as it is handy. Let's check it out!
The Toshiba Qosmio X770 is a monster of a gaming notebook that you would always want to bring around with you. Equipped with a generously large 17-inch screen, quad-core processor, GeForce GTX 560M graphics and much more, read on for the full details on why it may be your new pet monster.
3D might be the "in" thing right now, but Toshiba has stepped up their game when they introduced the world's first glassless 3D notebook, the Qosmio F750. Read on to find out more about it!
Toshiba's Satellite series of notebooks aren't normally in the spotlight, but this time around, we have the nice looking E300 to play with. Let's explore!
Clad in a gorgeous red hue comes Toshiba's 15.6-inch multimedia machine, the QOSMIO F60. Now let's see if this pretty machine can deliver the performance to match its looks.
Toshiba finally joins the 3D TV race and we highlight two of their new Regza TV series that aim to deliver a punch in the steadily growing 3D TV space. We also managed to get some hands-on time with these TVs from the recent Toshiba regional TV strategy event.
Toshiba's latest slim wonder is one that packs a punch that belies its small frame. Find out more as we explore this sleek machine that comes with a mighty engine inside.
Toshiba's QOSMIO gaming notebook gets an update to the Intel Core family series of processors, but does it have enough horsepower to claim its place as a QOSMIO X series notebook? We find out.