CES 2011: Toshiba Unveils Two New High Performance Notebooks With Fusion X2 Finish

The Consumer Electronics Show 2011 (CES 2011) is a platform for all emerging technologies to be showcased and make the world aware of the immense advancements being made in the field of technology, be it communications, healthcare or any other vertical for that matter. However, computers and computer peripherals have always been one of the most crucial and anticipated of all products and technologies. Keeping in line with computing, one of the major computer hardware manufacturers, Toshiba, has now introduced two new notebooks, into the ever increasing foray of high performance notebooks at the CES 2011.

Both Toshiba Satellite A665 and Satellite M645 laptops have been designed and developed, keeping into consideration the growing need of consumers for unmatched performance and elegant luxury for the notebooks. The Satellite A665 features a 15.6 inch display, while the Satellite M645 notebook will come with a 14.1 inch widescreen display. Both these notebooks have been given gorgeous and reliable Fusion X2 finish and Toshiba has kept the options open for consumers to choose their own line of processors for their Satellite laptops. Users can make a choice between multi-core processor configurations and can even choose their desired Graphic Processing Units (GPU) from NVIDIA’s GeForce 310M, GeForce GT 540M, or GeForce GT 525M with NVIDIA Optimus technology, that enhances the battery life of the notebooks. Furthermore, if you are looking for extended RAM capabilities, then the new Satellite laptops are for you, as you can put in as much as 8GB of RAM along with 640GB of hard drive capacity. Both these notebooks come with Harman Kardon stereo speakers with Dolby Advanced Audio technology, along with a variety of connectivity options, including USB 3.0, Intel Wireless Display 2.0 (WiDi), Gigabit Ethernet, and WiMAX.

Satellite A665 will carry a price tag between $650 to $1.050 and Satellite M645 notebook will be available with a price tag hovering between $750 to $1,100.

Via Ubergizmo

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