Toshiba P25-S609 and P15-S479 notebooks

Both are based on Microsoft Windows XP Media Center Edition 2004 providing an easy-to-use interface to view, record, edit and organize a user’s favorite personal photos, music, movies and televisioncontent via remote control. Toshiba CSG introduced the industry’s first Microsoft Windows XP Media Center Edition notebook PC to ship in volume in June 2003 and created a follow-on product based onpositive customer feedback and demand.

Creating a true personal theater experience that is a welcome addition to any bedroom, college dorm room, home office or living room setting, the Satellite P25-S609 features a 17.0″diagonal wide-screen XGA display, enhancing the movie viewing experience whether a user is two feet or ten feet away from the notebook PC. The Satellite P25-S609 is the ideal mobile entertainment station for space-constrained environments, combining a CD, DVD and television playback into one device. In addition, its massive 1024MB of system memory allows the notebook to handle multiple programs and store large amounts of data and images. Outfitted with a 15.4″ diagonal wide-screen XGA display, the Satellite P15-S479 is designed for consumers who desire increased portability and want the ability to access their files while on a trip, around the campus or in the home.

“Toshiba introduced the first retail notebook PC with Microsoft Windows XP Media Center Edition answering the call from customers who desired the ability to create and manage digital entertainment on their mobile PC,” said Carl Pinto, director of product marketing, Toshiba CSG.

“With the Satellite P25-S609 and P15-S479, Toshiba takes digital entertainment to the next level by integrating enhanced Windows XP Media Center Edition 2004 in new portable form factors allowing our users to choose the right notebook for their needs.” “Windows XP Media Center Edition coupled with Toshiba’s notebook PCs combines the powerful benefits of mobile computing with digital entertainment whether on the go or at home,” said Joe Belfiore, general manager of the Windows eHome Division, Microsoft Corp. “We are excited that Toshiba has embraced Microsoft’s vision of providing people access to their favorite entertainment experiences wherever and whenever they want.”

Satellite P25-S609 and Satellite P15-S479 Key Features Draped in a unique metallic blue design, the Satellite P25-S609 and P15-S479 offer a rich feature-set including a built-in DVD-Multi drive allowing users to burn CDs and DVDs and act as a second hard drive to store critical data. Engineered for gamers and multimedia enthusiasts, the new notebooks include the NVIDIA® GeForce


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