dynabook mx33

Toshiba is introducing two new members of the Dynabook laptop family in Japan. The Toshiba Dynabook MX/43 is a 13.3 inch laptop with a dual core Intel Ultra Low Voltage processor. But there’s also a smaller model called the Dynabook MX/33 with an 11.6 inch, 1366 x 768 pixel display that could go head to head with similarly sized laptops such as the Dell Inspiron 11z and Acer Aspire 1410.

The Toshiba Dynabook MX/33 has a 1.3GHz Intel Celeron 743 single core CPU, a 9.5 hour battery, and an 11.6 inch, 1366 x 768 pixel display. It will have a 250GB hard drive and 2GB of RAM and run Windows 7.

The laptops should be available in japan on October 22nd for about $1300 and $1000 respectively. No word on if or when Toshiba plans to launch these laptops in the US, but it’s a safe bet that they’ll get a price drop if they make it to this hemisphere.

via Engadget and CrunchGear

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6 replies on “Toshiba introduces Dynabook MX/33 11.6 inch laptop with CULV processor”

  1. I bought this product (MX/33) in japan, including OS windows 7 home premium inside, but in japanesse language. I would re-install with Win 7 home premium english language. How about it drivers (sound, bluetoot, etc), its automatic founded or I should install its driver? If must, where i can find it driver? Thanks

  2. Right shift key FAIL, at least in Japan. And a single mouse button/toggle? Really?

  3. I’m intrigued by the spec’s of the MX/33. Wonders how soon they’ll arrive here in the US? These all laptops are really an amazing..

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