Toshiba Unleashes Qosmio Gaming Notebook With 3D & Blu-ray Support

Written by Matthew Lentini     27/06/2011 | 06:10 | Category: NOTEBOOKS & TABLETS

Toshiba has released its latest high performance notebook for the gaming crowd, with 3D picture and surround sound additives to seal the deal.

Toshiba Unleashes Qosmio Gaming Notebook With 3D & Blu-ray Support

Inside the newly-released Qosmio X770 sits an Intel Core i7 quad-core processor that runs at 2.9GHz and a Nvidia Geforce GTX 560M graphics card that supports computer 3D.

It also sports 8GB of DDR3 RAM over two separate cards. On the storage end, there's hybrid hard disk and solid state disk system that holds 1.25TB of space over a 500GB Hybrid 4G hard drive that spins at 7200rpm and a slower 750GB SATA drive that spins at 5400rpm.

On the outside, the X770 fronts a 17.3 inch widescreen display that supports 3D with bundled 3D glasses. A Blu-ray slot lets users watch Blu-rays straight from their notebook.

High quality Harman Kardon speakers and subwoofer are in-built with surround sound support to compliment 3D movies and games.

The high-spec Qosmio X770 currently retails at $2,699.


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