Toshiba intros Satellite L700 and P700 series notebooks

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Toshiba has introduced its new Satellite L700 and P700 series of notebooks. The L700 belongs to the entry/mid level of notebooks, while the P700 belongs to the mid range. The L700 series comes in a more fashionable design but does not lose its strength for all your daily computing needs.

The L700 series notebooks are available in a number of colors including silver, graphite, white brown, red and a special, brushed version. It features a Fusion Finish with Matrix pattern.

Under the hood, the Toshiba Satellite L700 notebook is powered by an 2nd-gen Intel Core processor (Core i3 or Core i5) or the AMD APU A-series, including a dual-core A4 and a quad-core A6.

The Satellite L700 is available in a number of sizes, which are the L735 with a 13.3-inch display, L745 with a 14-inch display, L755 with a 15.6-inch display and L775 with a 17.3-inch display. All the screens feature the TrueBrite HD. All the L700 Toshiba laptops have some configurations that offer Blu-ray dic player, HDMI port and USB charge and sleep (a feature that allows you to charge a USB -chargeable device without having to leave the laptop on)

The Satellite L700 series notebooks will be available later this month at major retailers, or on Base prices of the 13.3-inch, 14-inch, 15.6-inch and 17.3-inch models are at around $500 MSRP, $450 MSRP, $484 MSRP and $580 respectively.

On the other hand, the Satellite P700 has been emphasized more on its usability, performance and entertainment instead of design. It offers a choice of processors from the 2nd-gen Intel Core processors, including i3, i5 and i7 with some configurations offerring the NVIDIA GeForce GT 540M GPU. There are some configurations based on AMD APU A6-3400M with discreet-class GPU.

The P700 is equipped with harman/kardon speakers with sound enhancements such as Dolby and Waves Audio to deliver great quality of sounds for your gaming and entertainment.

There are three models available which are the P745, P755/P755 3D and P775 which are a 14-inch, 15.6-inch and 17.3-inch model featuring the TrueBite backlit LED screens. Base prices of the P745, P755 and P775 are $700, $630 and $630 MSRP respectively. They’ll be out at major retail stores or on June 21, 2011. The 3D model, 755 3D has a stereoscopic 3D, 15.6-inch 3D-ready TrueBite HD screen with a NVIDIA 3D Vision technology and the price is of course more expensive, starting at $1,200 MSRP. Find out more on Ubergizmo.

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