Toshiba Windows 8 PCs Available for Pre-order

October 18, 2012, By Sanjeev Ramachandran

With the launch of Windows 8 on October 26th, Toshiba will be shipping a whole new range of computers that are made exclusively for handling the Windows 8 operating system.

The range even has 2 desktop PCs and a gaming oriented laptop. The specs of these devices are awesome and the brushed aluminium finish and optional Blu-ray facilities are mindblowing as well.

The Satellite S800 series laptops feature SRS Premium Sound HD audio enhancement technology that can deliver a high-def experience at home or on the go. Meanwhile, while smart styling and exclusive Toshiba conveniences like USB Sleep & Charge add more to the package.

Configurable with 3rd generation Intel Core processors or AMD A-Series Accelerated Processing Units (APU) with optional AMD Radeon HD 7570M graphics with up to 2GB DDR3 graphics memory and up to 8GB of RAM, the Satellite S800 Series delivers the speed and rich visuals for mainstream games and powerful multitasking.

The laptops offer up to 1TB of storage and can also be equipped with an optional Blu-ray Disc player. Encased in Toshiba’s stylish yet durable brushed aluminum finish in Ice Blue, the Satellite S800 Series is available with 15.6- or 17.3-diagonal HD TruBrite displays and start at $699.99 MSRP and $749.99 MSRP, respectively.

Meanwhile, the Satellite S955 provides an option that is less than an inch thin, while maintaining its sophisticated audio and video capabilities. At less than one inch thin, the Satellite S955 can be configured with a 3rd generation Intel Core processor or a powerful AMD A-Series APU and up to 8GB of memory, offering ultra-responsive performance for multitasking. Pricing for this one starts at $649.99 MSRP.

The Qosmio X875 is the gaming oriented laptop that has unbelievably high specs and relatively the costliest machine of the new range. Toshiba is also planning to roll out L series and P series laptops along with the U series ultrabook.

In short, the market is going to get flooded with Toshiba models and each and every one of these models looks promising.

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