Toshiba has always been at the forefront of 3D technology, promising to aggressively pursue the 3D TV without glasses, while still improving on their offer. Sticking to the theme in three dimensions, the company has also filed a Toshiba laptop bestial 3D gaming at CES 2011, called the Toshiba Qosmio X500.
Satellite laptops with Intel Core Sandy Bridge i3 and i5 will be available in February 2010. The Satellite E305, A660 and M640 series have USB 3.0 ports and E305 Satellite and Qosmio X505 will have hard drives Toshiba hybrid drive technology. “The addition of these new processors in our line will provide our customers with PC experience more responsive and better battery life, two important improvements have been asking for,” said Ron Smith, vice president of digital information systems Toshiba products in America, clearly likes to state the obvious glaring.
Sandy Bridge processors feature many improvements in the multimedia front, what with fast Intel video synchronization, which significantly reduces the encoding time and Widi 2.0 that allows users to stream HD content from their laptop to their TV . These improvements will attract many manufacturers, not just Toshiba, calculated. This is just the beginning.
Besides being able to experience directly in 3D gaming laptop from Toshiba, the company has allowed the transmission of three-dimensional image through HDMI on the TV 3D, so you can see the effect there. In many ways, this works very much like a Blu-ray 3D 3D or a console like the PS3 works, so the technology is not entirely new, strictly speaking, but it is a nice inclusion, though.
Toshiba also announced new 10-inch netbooks such as the Toshiba NB305 N550 Atom processor with a dual core Mini NB305 budget sets a price below $ 300. The NB505 will be available in a range of colors and textured finish of Toshiba “Easy Grip”.