By Anu Passary email: email@example.com | Jan 10, 2013 02:26 PM EST
The International CES showcases an array of new and upgraded devices and this year, Toshiba has refreshed its QOSMIO X875 laptop to give an enhanced gaming and multimedia experience to users.
The upgrade brings a third-generation Intel Core i7 processor with up to 32GB of DDR3 RAM. An 8GB of on-board NAND flash memory, designed to act as a cache, will reduce app loading times.
The laptop will come in storage options of up to 2TB and Toshiba claims that the QOSMIO X875 will feature the industry's first 1TB hybrid drive. The laptop will also feature an NVIDIA GeForce GTX 670M GPU with 3GB of GDDR5 VRAM.
The Toshiba QOSMIO X875 has been made for multimedia tasks and caters to gamers who want an enhanced multimedia and gaming experience from their laptop. The QOSMIO X875 features a high-resolution 17.3-inch diagonal HD+ (1600x900) TruBrite display or a full 1080p HD with 3D-ready screen. The laptop includes NVIDIA 3D Vision 25 Kit with Lightboost giving a heavy duty gaming experience to users.
The laptop features quad speakers with Slipstream technology that produce superior audio and SRS Premium Sound 3D, which enhances the surround sound experience. The advanced audio/visual features of the laptop along with a Blu-ray Disc player make the QOSMIO X875 Series the ultimate gaming and movie-watching device.
The QOSMIO X875 is also equipped with an HDMI port that delivers 1080p output to an HDTV, as well as the Toshiba Media Controller software that lets users easily share and stream content with other DLNA-compatible devices within a home network.
The laptop features a 3D stereo webcam and a diamond-textured aluminum body. The Toshiba QOSMIO X875 will start at $1,479.99 and will be available from February 2013 onwards.
If you are a hard core gamer and use your laptop primarily to play games, will you buy the QOSMIO X875?