This big 18.4-incher with Windows 7 has plenty for gamers to drool over. A Core i7 mobile processor and 1GB Nvidia GeForce GTS 250M graphics should crunch out respectable framerates, and the Blu-ray drive and Harmon/Kardon speakers are nice, too. »
Toshiba's Qosmio G55 has popped up on Giz over the last couple of months, talking about its advanced gesture
Toshiba decided to divvy up its Qosmio line into three very different machines, with starting prices way below the $3,000 that Qosmios previously cost.
• The 15.4" F55, with starting price at $1,150, will include built-in GPS—with Garmin navigation and mapping software—while its $1,750 configuration will have some… »
Here's what looks like a pretty legit shot of Toshiba's new gaming laptop, the Qosimo X305. Expected for a July 14th release, the new system features a 17-inch screen, 1GB NVIDIA GeForce GTX, 3Ghz intel processor and dual 7200RPM hard drives up to 500GB a pop. We also dig the HDMI out and 4 Harmon Kardon speakers. But… »
Its recently been revealed that Toshiba is planning to use Sony PS3 technology in its upcoming TVs and Notebooks. The OC Register's Gadgetress got her hands on the Toshiba's Qosmio notebook (shown above), which will use the SpursEngine chip, jointly developed between Toshiba and Sony around the Cell. The processor will … »
Toshiba has upgraded its 17-inch Qosmio G40 laptop and its smaller brother, the 15-inch F40. The two laptops, the G40/97E and the smaller F40/88EBL now sport HD DVD-RW drives as opposed to HD DVD-R, and will be released in Japan on December 21. More info below.
Although the most notable feature in the Qosmio G45-AV680 laptop is the fact that you can burn 30GB onto one HD DVD-R disc, its other specs are quite good as well. There's Gigabit Ethernet, 802.11n Wi-Fi, four Harman Kardon speakers, a built-in sub, a PowerMate-like silver control knob with blue LED light, 17-inch… »
Not wanting to be left out of the Intel Core 2 Duo (or Merom) fiesta
The original Qosmio was such a well-done, if heavy, piece of hardware that I'm glad to see that the Q20—they made 20 other Qosmios since the first one, each one release, apparently, in a different parallel universe—is keeping up with its older brother. »