Toshiba has been fairly active lately, overhauling its entire consumer lineup for the back-to-school season and announcing its new all-in-one desktop computers and its Qosmio X875 gaming laptop.
The LX815 and LX835 all-in-one desktop computers are meant to replace the company’s previous 21.5 and 23 inch models. Both of the new releases have a new overhauled chassis with matte surfaces and recessed ports and will come with Ivy Bridge Intel Core Processors and 1080p TN displays with an optional capacitive touch-screen. They’ll offer up to 3TB in hard disk drive storage, a maximum of 16GB in RAM, dual USB 3.0 ports, 4 USB 2.0 sockets, and an HDMI-in. Toshiba plans to make these available during the 3rd quarter of this year with the 21.5-inch model (LX815) to be priced at roughly USD $600 (approximately Php 25,200) and the 23-inch model (LX835) to go for USD $880 (approximately Php 37,000) and up.
On the other hand, the Qosmio X875 gaming laptop comes with Ivy Bridge processors as well, a new aluminum aesthetic design called Black Widow, NVIDIA GTX 670M graphics with 3GB of video memory, up to 16GB of RAM, a 17.3-inch screen, dual hard drive bays, and a bunch of other features. This follow-up to Toshiba’s X775 gaming laptop released last year will be available on June 24th, starting at USD $ 1,299 (approximately Php 55,000) with its highest configuration going for USD $ 2,499 (approximately Php 105,000).