Toshiba Brings T100 Laptops To CES 2010

Posted: Jan 6 2010, 10:40am CST | by , Updated: Aug 11 2010, 6:41pm CDT, in News | CES


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There are just a dizzying array of new laptops hitting the market right now. Toshiba's added to the crowd today by unveiling their T100 laptop line, which will be displayed and detailed at CES 2010. The T100 series is billed as ultra-thin and designed for multimedia processing power. All models are less than one inch thick and weigh under four pounds, despite packing full-sized keyboards. All T100 models have hard drive impact sensors and a USB port with "Sleep and Charge" technology. The T135D has a 13.3" LED backlit display, Windows 7 Home, and either a AMD Turion Neo X2, Neo X2, or Athlon Neo MV-40 processor. It sports ATI Radeon 3200 graphics, 4GB of DDR2 RAM, and up to a 320 GB HDD. Wifi is b/g/n, and this laptop has 10/100 Ethernet. The 6 cell battery lasts around 6 hours. The T135D has HDMI out, a 5-in-1 ard reader, a built in webcam with face recognition, and 2 normal USB ports.Next up, the T115D. This one has an 11.6" screen, the same OS and processor options as the T135, but only 2 GB of DDR2 RAM. It has b/g/n WiFi, Ethernet, HDMI, a memory card reader, webcam, and all the other goodies that the T135D has.

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