Toshiba ultrabook

Toshiba is adding a 14 inch ultrabook to its lineup. The new model will fall under the company’s Satellite line unlike the existing Toshiba Portege Z830 ultrabook the company introduced last year. As you might expect, that means the new model will also have a lower starting price.

The 14 inch ultrabook will run $799 and up. It features a 1366 x 768 pixel display, a hard drive with a small, performance-enhancing solid state disk, and a USB 3.0 port as well as 2 USB 2.0 ports, Ethernet, HDMI, and an SD card reader.

While the notebook will ship early this year with Windows 7, SlashGear reports that Toshiba plans to load Windows 8 on the same notebook later this year.

via The Verge

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4 replies on “Toshiba introduces 14 inch Satellite ultrabook”

  1. I’m bored with all these ultrabooks with integrated graphics. I’m looking for something in this form factor with dedicated – and so far they’re all integrated! When will they announce the AMD ultrathin lineup?!

  2. I hate wide screens. I’m still waiting for an ultrabook with a 13-14″ screen with 4:3 proportions to get taller screen than my X60s.

    1. Me too. Despite this sad trend of shifting to 16:9 I think there’s a realistic chance that we’ll see hybrid tablet/ ultrabooks with 4:3 now.

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