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Toshiba's new 16-inch Satellite A500

Written by IT News on 3:57 AM

Satellite A500Toshiba is not as generous with the new portable models short, but most of its competitors already have a few new products since the beginning of the New Year. But the company seems to have learned their lesson and now has a couple new products in Europe, part of the line of Satellite laptops, which are copied and A500 and u500 will be available in two different form factors, namely 16 - inch and 13 ,3-inch. Designed for users with a high degree of portability and performance of these two new laptops are built to provide users with a range hardware configuration options.

First, we have the 16-inch Satellite A500, which comes with a HD Toshiba TruBrite 16:9 format at a resolution of 1366 768 pixels. Designed with new Toshiba Fusion finish and IMR (In-Mold Rolling) technology, the new laptop can be equipped with an Intel Core 2 Duo or AMD Turion X2 Ultra Dual-Core (Satellite A500D) processors, up to 8 GB remember a 500GB hard drive ( a 64GB SSD option is also available) and a Mobility Radeon HD GPU with up to 1GB DDR3 VRAM.

On the other hand, we have more portable 13.3-inch Satellite u500, which also comes with a new and streamlined design, making it possible for end users, with support for Intel Core 2 Duo processor, 8GB DDR memory, a 500 GB hard drive and ATI Mobility Radeon HD 4570 GPU with 512 MB DDR3 VRAM. The weighs is only 2 kg, the new laptop from Toshiba is filled with some of the company's unique tools, including touch-pad with Multi-Touch Control, and Toshiba Config Free Toshiba's Face Recognition software.

Both laptops are expected to be available next month, with prices starting at only 699 euro, including VAT.

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