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Toshiba Satellite P55t
Photo: Company [Apr 22, 2014]
Toshiba Satellite P55t

Toshiba has unveiled its new Satellite P55t, featuring 15.6-inch diagonal Ultra HD TruBrite touchscreen display technology in addition to IPS technology.

Each Ultra HD display is individually calibrated by Chroma Tune and is Technicolor Certified during production to realize natural color expression, the vendor said. With the preinstalled Chroma Tune for Toshiba software, users can personalize and manage individual color space control and apply profiles to a variety of software applications.

The notebook features a 4th generation Intel Core i7 quad core processor, up to 16GB of 1600MHz DDR3L memory and AMD Radeon R9 M265X graphics with 2GB GDRR5 video memory in addition to a 1TB hard drive with a 3D impact sensor, four USB 3.0 ports, a UHS-II SD card slot, 802.11ac Wi-Fi to stream Ultra HD videos, an HDMI port capable of Ultra HD output and an available built-in Blu-ray Disc Re-writable drive, said Toshiba.

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