While Toshiba might have taken the wraps off their new all-in-one desktop systems, this does not mean that they do not have anything in store for their laptop using customers. Introducing the Toshiba Satellite L800 and Satellite C800 series of laptops which Toshiba claims will offer better performance and stylish designs. While we can’t speak for the performance of either laptop, as far as aesthetics go we have to agree.


Starting with the L800, this series of laptops are targeted at families, students and small business owners and will feature the latest 3rd generation Intel Core processors. Alternatively users can opt for the latest Accelerated Processing Units from AMD. All L800 laptops will also come with HD TruBrite displays in sizes of 14”, 15.6” and 17.3”, with the 15.6” and 17.3” models featuring a 10-key number pad alongside its keyboard. They will be available in Mercury Silver, Tuxedo Black, Pearl White, Corsa Red and Cobalt Blue, and will also come with features such as USB Sleep & Charge, PC Health Monitor, eco Utility and SRS Premium Sound HD, with select models offering Blu-ray disc drives as well.

On the lower-end of the spectrum would be the Satellite C800, which has been designed for the value-minded and budget conscious customer. They will be available in 14”, 15.6” and 17.3” sizes and will can be configured to feature Intel or AMD’s next-gen processors, up to 500GB in hard drive space, a host of connectivity options in the form of USB 2.0 and USB 3.0 ports, a DVD drive, a built-in webcam, face recognition technology and will come in the color options of Satin Black with a Trax Texture finish, or Fusion I in Mercury Silver.

The Toshiba Satellite L845 (14”) will be priced at $449.99, Satellite L855 (15.6”) at $499.99, while the Satellite L875 (17.3”) will start at $599.99. The Toshiba Satellite C800 models will be priced starting at $399.99 and will be available for purchase in Q3 of 2012 from a variety of e-tailers and major retailers.

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