Toshiba introduces new Ultrabook
Dubai, February 4, 2013
Toshiba Gulf has announced the launch of the Satellite U940, an Ultrabook that offers the ideal mix of performance, style and affordability.
“As a market leader in developing lightweight, portable and powerful devices, Toshiba is proud to expand the boundary of the Ultrabook market with the new Satellite U940. Offering excellent mobility and all-round performance, the U940 is not only convenient to use and stylishly designed, but relatively affordable as well,” said Santosh Varghese, general manager, computer systems division, Toshiba Gulf.
Powered by 3rd Generation Intel Core processors and Windows 8, the Satellite U940 guarantees high-performance computing, a statement from Toshiba said. The 14” laptop features Nvidia GeForce GT 630M for faster multitasking capabilities. This premium feature is complemented with Nvidia Optimus Technology that delivers great performance and battery life.
Featuring Toshiba PC Health Monitor, the Satellite U940 monitors the notebook’s “health” and helps detect system problems in advance. Its Eco Utility feature allows for the management of the laptop’s power consumption, extending battery life and reducing environmental impact.
With its USB3.0 ports, Bluetooth 4.0, HDMI and 2-in-1 Bridge media slot, the Satellite U940 provides superfast data transfer.
Powered with the innovative USB sleep-and-charge feature, the U940 allows charging of mobile devices even when the laptop is switched off, it said.
The Satellite U940 comes in a textured Matt Ice Silver colour. It has a simple and spacious ClickPad with Synaptics Inter-touch for convenient navigation. – TradeArabia News Service
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