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June 4, 2013

Toshiba Qosmio X75 Gaming Laptop


The PX35t all-in-one touchscreen desktop computer that Toshiba released may lack an NVIDIA or AMD discrete graphics card, but the same cannot be said about the Qosmio X75 laptop. 

Which is a good thing, because it would have been strange for a 17.3-inch high-end notebook to lack something of the sort. 

After all, it would not do for an otherwise powerful system to be crippled in the area of graphics, which determines whether or not games can be enjoyed on it. 

The NVIDIA GeForce GTX 770M is inside, only recently launched (960 CUDA cores, 811 MHz+ speed, 4 GHz clock speed for the 3 GB memory, and a 192-bit interface). 

It is paired with an Intel Core i7 quad-core Haswell CPU (fourth-generation) and up to 32 GB of DDR3 RAM (random access memory). 

Coupled with the 17.3-inch diagonal Full HD TruBrite display and perks like dual drive configurations (up to 1.25 TB storage), four premium Harman Kardon speakers and DTS Studio Sound, these components make the Qosmio X75 quite a bit stronger than the AiO we have mentioned before. 

"These entertainment-driven PCs are designed to help consumers do more and be more productive with Windows 8," said Carl Pinto, vice president of marketing, Toshiba America Information Systems, Inc., digital products division. 

"Both systems enable users to do everything from creating, managing and enjoying HD content, multitasking and playing graphics-intensive games with an amazingly responsive experience." 

In addition to playing games and watching high-quality films, the newcomer can be used for things like photo and video editing (full versions of Adobe Photoshop Elements 11 and Adobe Premiere Elements 11 software shipped with it). 

Other assets include an HDMI output (stream movies and games to 4K UHD TVs), Sleep & Music (use the laptop as an audio dock) and improved USB 3.0 Sleep & Charge features (charge phones/tablets even when the system is turned off). Sales will start mid-June, for $1,399.99 / €1,071.64.

Source: Techpowerup.com