Toshiba has announced two new laptops
today; one from the Satellite family and one from the Qosmio family.
Both have the option of using Intel's new Core Duo processors.
The Satellite M100 can be equipped with
a either a Core Solo or Core Duo processor and features a 14.1"
WXGA screen. Users have the option of hard drives ranging from 40GB
to 120GB in size while CD-RW/DVD and DVD SuperMulti DL drives are
also available. Up to 2GB of DDR2 memory is supported.
Toshiba is very generous with the
graphics options on the new M100. It comes standard with Intel's
GMA950 graphics, but can also be equipped with a 64MB Mobility Radeon
X1300 or a 128MB Mobility Radeon X1400.
The 5.2 lb notebook starts at $1,034
and is available now.
Also announced today was the Qosmio
G30. This multimedia monster will feature HDMI-out along with an
HD-DVD drive. The notebook features Core Duo processors, 17"
WUXGA display, GeForce Go 7600, HD-DVD-ROM/DVD Super Multi-Drive and
Harman Kardon stereo speakers.
The G30 is expected to start at around
$2,400 and will launch in Europe next month.