Toshiba knows that for many countries, their economies are not out of the woods just yet. Well, having said this, they have introduced the Satellite C660 15.6-inch budget notebook which will target regular consumers, bringing lower-end Intel and AMD processors to the market (that would mean unearthing an Intel Core i3, Pentium and Celeron, or AMD Athlon II and V Series processors). Features of the C660 include integrated graphics, up to 8GB RAM, up to a 640GB hard drive and a DVD burner. You won’t be able to enjoy full HD video on this since the display maxes out at 1,366×768 resolution, while other normal trappings such as a webcam, keyboard with numeric pad, 802.11n Wi-Fi connectivity and a couple of USB 2.0 ports are in place. No idea on pricing, but it ought to hit the market sometime in Q4 2010.
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