A New Semester Means New Toshiba Laptops

As fun and “educational” as summer break can be, there comes a time when you need to start thinking about returning to the type of education you receive in a classroom. The people at Toshiba are thinking about this too, and they’re intent upon providing you the tools you need to make that classroom experience a success.

What tools, you ask? How about six upgraded laptops and an all-in-one, touchscreen desktop? Laptop wise, their entire workhorse Satellite series has gotten a powerful reboot, as well as the gaming-favorite Qosmio. Here’s some of what’s new about them:

  • They’re now packed with Intel's latest Haswell processors.

  • They all feature higher-resolution screens.

  • They sport a sleeker, sharper, cleaner design and look.

  • They feature upgraded Nvidia graphics.

  • They feature upgraded, sound-blasting Harman Kardon speakers.

The price on some of these is even more incredible than their performance – as little as $400. That has to make a lot of students and parents breathe a sigh of relief. Toshiba gets that “better” doesn’t have to mean “more expensive.”

As for the Toshiba “PX35t All In One PC,” this is sure to be a top pick for students that want a dedicated desktop but don’t have a lot of space to spare. Here’s what’s happening with this one:

  • 23-inch Full HD 1080p Touchscreen

  • Intel Core i3 to i7 CPU

  • HDMI-in port for cable & gaming

  • 4 USB 3.0 ports

  • 2 USB 2.0 ports

  • Durable & stylish aluminum/glass/plastic finish

Its small footprint makes the PX35t perfect for dorms since it can also be used for playing video games and watching television. This really is an attractive, powerful, and very functional machine that you have to see in action to fully appreciate, which you can do right here:

See? Beautiful, isn’t it? Also, it’s as easy on the wallet as it is on the eyes. That affordability becomes even more pronounced when you plug in one of the discounts that Toshiba’s made available for it. So, new semester, new computer, new “get serious” attitude (if you need one), and you’re all set.

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By: Peter

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