Toshiba launches ‘advanced gamer’ laptops
Dubai, October 2, 2011
Toshiba Computer Systems division has unveiled the Qosmio X770, a new range of gaming flagship devices targeted at advanced gamers.
The models are packed with the latest technologies offering an outstanding gaming performance with extremely realistic rendering, the company said in a statement.
The Qosmio X770 3D supports 3D active shutter glasses technology, which takes the mobile gaming experience to another level.
The Qosmio X770 meets the demands of gaming enthusiasts and delivers the power to cope with advanced gaming challenges. It comes with a quad-core processor and Nvidia’s latest graphics. This delivers high-quality 1080p visuals with a gaming performance that is superior to that of previous generation laptop graphics, rendering even the fastest action scenes.
It also features 4GB, 6GB or 8GB RAM, and a 43.9cm (17.3”) HD+ display. A Solid State Hybrid 4G Drive with adaptive memory technology supplements the premium processing power and allows for ultra-fast booting while the HDMI interface makes it easy to connect the laptop to a larger screen, the statement said.
The 3D version features a 17.3” full HD 3D display supporting Nvidia 3D Vision technology. With the active shutter glasses, users can play three dimensional games. An integrated 3D web camera featuring two lenses allows for 3D video conferencing and taking 3D pictures.
Both models feature Harman/Kardon stereo speakers and an additional subwoofer for powerful bass, it said.
The laptops come in a textured black casing with a metallic imprint and red accents combined with a red illuminated keyboard with a numeric keypad. Seven illuminated feather-touch control buttons provide direct access to often used applications and control features enhance the ease-of-use.
The laptops’ calculation power makes it suitable for 2D to 3D conversion of movies stored on DVDs. It supports streaming of 3D movies.
The support of Nvidia 3DTV Play on the Qosmio X770 3D uses the GPU’s calculation power to convert various PC games into 3D and play them on a connected TV. – TradeArabia News Service
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