Toshiba debuts new Satellite notebooks

With a 40GB hard disk drive, integrated DVD/CD-RW multi-function drive and 15.0″ diagonal display, these notebooks deliver top performance, functionality and convenience at an affordable price. TheSatellite A15-S157 includes the Intel Celeron Processor, 2.20GHz and integrated Wi-Fi (IEEE 802.11b) wireless connectivity for convenient Internet access at home, work, school or even a local publichotspot. Featuring the Intel Mobile Pentium 4 Processor – M, 2.20GHz, the Satellite A10-S177 is the perfect solution for consumers and small-to-mid-sized businesses looking for performance andaffordability.

FEATURES:

Satellite® A15 -S157 Satellite® A10-S177
Intel® Celeron® Processorª, 2.20GHz Mobile Intel® Pentium® 4 Processor – Mª, 2.20GHz
40GB hard disk drive 40GB hard disk drive
512MB of RAM (expandable to 1024MB) 256MB of RAM (expandable to 1024MB)
15.0″ diagonal TFT display* 15.0″ diagonal TFT display*
DVD-ROM/CD-RW multi-function drive DVD-ROM/CD-RW multi-function drive
Integrated V.92 modemº, 10/100 Ethernet Integrated V.92 modemº, 10/100 Ethernet
Integrated Wi-Fi (IEEE 802.11b) Optional Wi-Fi (IEEE 802.11b)
Two USB 2.0 ports Two USB 2.0 ports
Microsoft® Windows® XP Home Microsoft® Windows® XP Professional
ESUP: $1,249*** ESUP: $1,379***
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AVAILABILITY: Toshiba’s new Satellite A15-S157 is available at www.shoptoshiba.com and retail distribution channels including computer superstores and consumer electronics stores. The Satellite A10-S177 is available at www.shoptoshiba.com, corporate direct, mail order and traditional distribution channels.

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