Toshiba Australia has released details for its new line up of notebook computers, which encompasses 24 models across three ranges.
According to Anthony Geronimo, consumer product marketing manager at Toshiba Information Systems Division, the company’s new range of notebooks focused on the next phase of connectivity.
“Toshiba has been listening to our customers and this new range of notebooks delivers a wide choice of functionality to anyone needing to stay connected with friends or work,” he said.
“Our focus across the range is more efficient power consumption with a 9 hour battery life (dependant on usage) and terrific new multi-media capabilities such as Toshiba REGZA-Link HDMI-CEC. This technology allows users to connect high-definition display and audio devices while controlling connectivity via one remote control.”
The Satellite series is the entry-level range from Toshiba and is designed to give consumers a great device at a lower price point. The Satellite T-series is also the first consumer range of Toshiba notebooks with the new energy-efficient Ultra Low Voltage processors giving up to 9 hours battery life.
The second range is the Qosmio, which is described by Toshiba as the ultimate high definition entertainment experience. It features a 15.6 HD widescreen, NVIDIA graphics, Harman Kardon speakers and a Blu-ray burner.
The NB300 and NB305 are the ultra-portable units in the Toshiba range and feature a 10.1-inch TruBrite LED-backlit display, 9-hour battery life, built-in USB sleep-and-charge port and a 19-millimetre full-sized QWERTY keyboard.
In terms of pricing, the Satellite line ranges from RRP $699 for the Satellite T11D through to RRP $2,499 for the premium model Satellite P500. The Qosmio F60 is available for an RRP of $1,899, the Qosmio X500 for RRP $2,699 and the NB300 and NB305 start at RRP $599.