Toshiba updates Qosmio X500 Multimedia Laptops

Toshiba updates its award-winning 18.4-inch Qosmio X500 Series laptops with the new DirectX 11 NVIDIA GeForce GTX 460M graphics processor with 1.5GB, giving more performance boost for demanding tasks of the customers.

The Qosmio X500 Series notebooks feature Toshiba’s striking Fusion Finish in Omega Black with stylish red chrome accents and a  full keyboard with LED Backlighting and numeric 10-key pad, plus a touchpad with multi-touch control and gesture-commands. Inside it packs Intel Core i5 /Core i7 processor options with Turbo Boost technology, up to 8GB of RAM, dual-configuration 7200RPM HDD and solid state drive options, a DVD or Blu-ray drive, premium 5.1 surround sound system of harman/kardon and Dolby Home Theater audio technology, also three USB 2.0 ports, one eSATA/USB Combo port with Sleep and Charge, ExpressCard, IEEE 1394 and a 5-in-1 media card reader.

Toshiba Qosmio X500 Multimedia Laptop

The Qosmio X500 Series starts at $1,299.99 MSRP and will be available on Sept. 26.

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