Toshiba introduces Satellite L50-A notebook

Toshiba has started the sales of a yet another notebook, this time designed for multimedia purposes. The new Satellite L50-A offers a wide choice when it comes to the hardware inside so the notebook will likely meet the demands of most people out there with ease. In addition the new line offers sensor displays that will allow you to enjoy the sensor capabilities of Windows 8.

So what does the Satellite L50-A line really offer? It comes with a 15.6-inch display that functions at a resolution of 1366 x 768 pixels, the opportunity to choose from a number of dual- or quad-core Intel Haswell processors (up to Core i7), an NVIDIA GeForce GT 740M/GeForce 710M graphics card or an AMD Radeon HD 8510G/HD 8550M graphics card, hard drives with capacities of up to 1 TB, up to 16 GB of DDR3 memory, a SuperMulti DVD drive, 802.11n Wi-Fi, Bluetooth 4.0, Gigabit Ethernet, USB 3.0 ports, a battery that can power the Satellite L50-A for up to 6 hours and a web camera at HD resolution – all packed in a very stylish chassis.

You can find the Satellite L50-A in Europe now where it sells for around USD 640.


Source: Toshiba

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