Tosiba now lunching new Satellite low-poewer laptops in market.The laptops are with Windows 7 Home Premium,1.2GHz Intel Pentium U5400 ULV processor,3GB of DDR3 memory and many more.So enjoy Tosiba’s new Satellite laptops…
Toshiba has always had its own unique style when it comes to notebook designs, and its latest model (shown on the Intel booth at Computex in Taiwan), the Portégé M135, is one of the blingest notebooks we’ve ever seen that hasn’t been coated in crystals.
The entire wrist rest has a diamond-cut pattern in its silver surface and is almost as good at reflecting light as a real gem. Well, maybe not quite, but it does give it a very flashy look. And Toshiba has decided to opt for a bright red screen bezel, although we’re not quite sure why, as the lid on the model on display is actually black.
If you had your eye on a CULV-toting Toshiba Satellite ultraportable, you might to wait another month before coughing up the change — Pocket-Lint says the mysterious new Toshibas from Computex are actually updates to the T110 and T130, and both are getting a sizable upgrade. Whereas 2009’s low-end lappy settled for a Celeron chip.
The Iron Man Metallic T210 (pictured above) has a dual-core 1.2GHz Pentium U5400 powering that 11.6-inch LED-backlit display, and the 13.3-inch T230 is back in black with a Core ULV i3-330UM and a 500GB hard drive.
Toshiba is readying a new thin and light laptop with an 11.6 inch screen and a low power Intel processor. The Toshiba Satellite T210 measures just 0.7 inches thick at its thinnest point, although it balloons to 1.3″ in the rear thanks to a bulky 6 cell battery.
Both feature Bluetooth 2.1+EDR, 802.11n Wi-Fi, chiclet keyboards and the usual array of ports, and both claim a very respectable 8.5 hours of battery life on a 6-cell battery’s charge.
Pocket Lint reports that the laptop will be available in the UK in July. There’s no word on pricing or a US release date. Toshiba is also introducing a larger 13.3 inch laptop called the Satellite T230 with an Intel Core i3 330UM ULV processor.
Ultra low power processors draw about half the power of the full speed versions. This also allows for thinner and lighter notebooks. In addition, the processor features Intel’s Turbo Boost technology which allows it to dynamically increase its performance on demand.
As this is a very thin and light notebook, it doesn’t feature a DVD drive. Toshiba has at least made sure there’s an eSATA port in case you want to copy data to and from the M135 a little bit faster than USB 2.0 can manage.
The eSATA port also doubles up as a USB 2.0 port and there are an additional two USB 2.0 sockets on the opposite side. There’s also an HDMI output so you can connect the M135 to a projector or your HD TV.
No word on pricing or stateside availability (like that drool-worthy 3D Dynabook) but astute Brits should find them in stores next month.