Taking advantage of Intel renewed its processors to enter its fourth generation of Core; most manufacturers are upgrading their equipment. Toshiba is no exception and during Computex revamped its entire line of laptops, in all equipment’s for gamers and more.
The Satellite S of 14-17 inches up Haswell processors, you can choose touch screen, Blu-Ray Reader, NVIDIA 740M 2GB and 1,366 x 768 screen resolution for 14 and 15 inches, while that of 17 reaches up to 1600 x 900.
The Satellite P in both screen versions comes in between 15 and 17 inches at 1,920 x 1,080 resolutions. Includes HDMI 1.4 port, Harman Kardon audio and aluminum chassis. Inside you can opt for Core i5, Core i7 or AMD A10; you can opt for to 1TB of storage and an optional NVIDIA GeForce 740M GPU.
The Satellite C group the teams “input” with prices starting at $ 399, with more modest specifications. You can choose models 15 to 17 inch Pentium processor, 4GB RAM and 500 GB hard drive. For a fee, you can choose a Core i3 or A4 / AMD A6 with up to 750 GB of storage. There is also the option to add a touchscreen.
Finally, the L Series is better than the series C. From USD $ 600, you can get slightly better specifications, integrating Core i3 to Core i7, with storage from 500 GB to 1 TB. Comes with USB 3.0 ports, and you can choose to include a touch screen or not.
Outside the Satellite, Toshiba Qosmio X75 also updated video game that has no 3D screen, but a panel of 17.3 inches at 1080p. Inside Haswell brings a Core i7, NVIDIA GeForce 770M 3GB GPU with support for up to 32GB of RAM. You can choose to 1.25 TB of storage or an SSD. Includes HDMI 1.4 port, and the starting price is $ 1,550 USD.