Sunday, January 6th 2013

Toshiba Rolls Out its First Sub-$800 Ultrabook

Toshiba joined industry-wide efforts to bring the Ultrabook down to mainstream prices, by launching the Satellite U845t. The 14-incher features a lean feature-set to achieve its $799 price-point. It features 1366 x 768 pixels resolution, a Core i3 dual-core processor, up to 6 GB of RAM, 500 GB HDD-based storage with a 32 GB cache-SSD to speed things up, and connectivity that includes USB 3.0, HDMI, and SDXC. The Satellite U845t will be released to market on March 10th.

Source: C|Net
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2 Comments on Toshiba Rolls Out its First Sub-$800 Ultrabook

800$ is mainstream? this is ridiculous intel really needs to stop milking the industry
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Sorry, but for those specs my 8GB RAM overclocked AMD Quad core 750GB HDD and blu-ray player for less than $600 a bit over a year ago is still what I would choose hands down.

Games? Yep
Movies? Yep
6-7 hours of battery life? Yep (Amazing what you can achieve with power tuning)
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