In Brief: Toshiba unveils 2 Satellite series laptops

June 27, 2006

Toshiba Tuesday introduced its latest Satellite P105 series laptops, one of which includes a USB external television tuner for playing live TV shows.

The P105-S6084 allows TV viewing from cable, satellite or antenna on its standard 17-inch TruBrite display screen while the P105-S9312 is geared toward enhanced video gaming.

The new gaming notebook has a faster Intel Core Duo Processor along with 2,048 megabytes of memory and a 200 gigabyte hard drive. Bluetooth capability accommodates wireless game controls.

The units will hit store shelves next month with a suggested retail price of $1,500 for the S6804 and nearly $2,000 for the S9312.

Copyright 2006 by United Press International

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