Toshiba reveals ultrabooks for movies

Toshiba has come up with three new ultrabooks, one of which strictly targets movie fans. Coming with a 14.4-inch 21:9 super widescreen display, the Toshiba Satellite U845W allows movie aficionados to watch their favorite flicks without the black bars of unused space usually seen on all movie displays. Featuring a screen that works at 1792 x 768 pixels the U845W is complemented by Harmon Kardon stereo speakers and SRS Premium Sound 3DTM for “rich audio quality”. On the inside you will also find a 500 GB hard drive with a 32 GB SSD or just a 256 GB SSD depending on options, up to 8 GB of DDR3 memory, 3 USB 3.0 ports plus USB Sleep & Charge, Toshiba’s Sleep & Music, 1 HDMI port, one Ethernet port, one memory card slot all in a 3.5 lbs case that is just 0.82 inches thick.

The second new Toshiba ultrabook – the Satellite U845 is a standard ultrabook with a 1366 x 768 pixel 16:9 display and very similar hardware-wise to the U845W.

And finally we have the Toshiba Portege Z935 – which is an updated version of the Z835 model and now comes with an improved 1600 x 900 pixel display. Similar to the older Z835 ultrabook, the Z935 now features one extra USB port too.

Toshiba U845W Ultrabook

The Toshiba U845W will be available starting July 15 for 999.99 USD and up, the U845 will be available for purchase starting June 24 for 749.99 USD and up and the Z935 will arrive again on June 24 for 899.99 USD and up.

All new Toshiba ultrabooks come with Intel’s latest Ivy Bridge processors.


Source: PCMag

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