Toshiba previews $4,000 gaming PC, launches two new netbooks

By Patrick Avenell

SYDNEY, NSW: Toshiba will be releasing a new gaming-specific Qosmio PC on Monday, with the new model excepted to retail for just under $4,000.

This new beast of machine, which is certain to cause much fiddling when being taken through airport security, was first shown off to local media at Intel’s new processor launch on Tuesday night. More details about this product will become available on Monday 24 January, when Toshiba officially launches it.

This new Toshiba gaming PC will be officially launched on Monday.

Also launched this week are two new Toshiba netbooks, the NB500 and the NB550D.

The NB500 has an advertised 8-hour battery life, Atom N455 single core processor, 10.1-inch display, 1GB RAM, 250GB hard disk drive, integrated Wi-Fi and Bluetooth 3.0. This model is RRP $399.

The NB550D has the same features as the NB500, plus Harman Kardon speakers, AMD-C50 processor with Radeon HD 6250 graphics, HDMI connectivity and embedded Dolby Advanced Audio. This model is RRP $499.

Toshiba senior technical specialist Peter Dixon with a new Toshiba notebook.

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