Toshiba Introduces New Laptops

Tecra M4

The Tecra M4 incorporates the new Intel Centrino Mobile Technology Pentium M processor and the new Mobile Intel 915PM Express chipset. These recent innovations will increase performance and improve wireless interoperability, enabling the Tecra M4 to deliver the maximum level of computing performance, all in an innovative and accommodating form factor.

Another impressive element of the Tecra M4 is the integrated NVIDIA GeForce Go 6200 TE 64M (with 64 MB dedicated VRAM) graphics processor unit, which features the advanced video capabilities of NVIDIA’s PureVideo and TurboCache technologies combined with Microsoft DirectX 9 Shader Model 3.0 to deliver brilliant video and 3D graphics for a stunning visual experience.

The Tecra M4 features a 60GB Serial ATA hard drive, 512MB DDR2 533 MHz memory (expandable to 2GB), and Microsoft Windows XP Tablet PC Edition 2005 operating system. Additionally, the Tecra M4 includes the Toshiba Slim SelectBay which houses the DVD SuperMulti (Double Layer) drive. The integration of an optical drive increases convenience, portability and versatility. With its list of state-of-the-art features, the Tecra M4 offers business users a full-performance convertible Tablet PC in line with Toshiba’s commitment over the past 20 years to providing computer users the best in mobile computing.

Toshiba Tecra M4

The Tecra M4 is now available and may be purchased from traditional sales channels, which include dealers, VARs and distributors and through ToshibaDirect (www.toshibadirect.com). The Tablet PC is available for $1,999.

libretto U100

The libretto U100 incorporates the Intel Pentium M processor(4) Ultra Low Voltage 753 (1.20Ghz, 2MB L2, 400Mhz FSB) and Intel’s 855GME system chipset. These features help increase performance and improve wireless interoperability, enabling the notebook to deliver and perform above and beyond the professionals’ mobile needs. The libretto U100 also incorporates a 1.8-inch 60 GB hard drive, 512 MB standard 333 MHz memory, and Microsoft Windows XP Professional. These elements combine to make the libretto U100 a full-featured notebook in a tiny, conveniently portable package.

Toshiba recommends the optional libretto DVD Dock with a DVD SuperMulti optical disk drive accessory. The libretto DVD Dock enables the user to burn data to a CD or DVD or watch movies while on the go. This functionality allows the libretto to serve as both a portable mini-notebook and DVD player in one.

Toshiba’s new mini-notebook comes standard with a three-year limited warranty. Customers can choose to upgrade or enhance the notebook’s service plans, including up to four years of extended warranty coverage; carry-in support at Authorized Service Providers throughout the country; or may utilize any of the more than 3,000 UPS Stores for packaging and delivery of the product to a centralized depot for prompt service turnaround.

Toshiba LibrettoU100

The libretto U100 is now available and can be purchased from Toshiba’s traditional sales channels, which include dealers, VARs and distributors or directly through ToshibaDirect (www.toshibadirect.com). Suggested retail price for the featured configuration of the libretto U100 mini-notebook is $1,999.

Portege R200

Weighing a mere 2.68 pounds(a) and measuring under an inch thick, the Portege R200 blends distinctive style with enhanced wireless and newly integrated EasyGuard(TM) technology features for added security and durability to meet the specific demands of today’s professional. The Portege R200 is also the thinnest and lightest Toshiba notebook to incorporate a 12.1-inch screen. Within its sleek, compact form factor, the Portege R200 merges sophistication with high-performance functionality for mobile executives.

To provide professionals with extended use throughout the business day — while in meetings or traveling — the Portege R200 offers up to 10 hours of battery(b) life by coupling an optional high-capacity battery with the existing battery.

“The introduction of the Portege R200 is a reflection of Toshiba’s continuing 20-year commitment to remain the leader in notebook design and innovation,” said Taro Hiyama, vice president of marketing, Digital Products Division, Toshiba America Information Systems.

“By implementing leading security, durability and wireless technology, the Portege R200 reinforces our dedication to provide mobile computing professionals with industry-leading quality and value,” Hiyama said.

Throughout its sleek silver chassis, the Portege R200 incorporates an array of beneficial features, including the Intel Pentium M Processor Ultra Low Voltage 753, 1.8-inch 60GB hard drive(d), 512 MB DDR2 400 MHz memory and half-size Atheros 802.11b/g wireless LAN mini PC interface card.

The Portege R200 is now available and may be purchased from traditional Toshiba sales channels, which include dealers, VARs and distributors and through ToshibaDirect (www.toshibadirect.com). The Portege R200 is available for $2,0997.

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