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Apr 19, 2010

Toshiba Portege M780-ST7202


Portégé M780-ST7202

● Intel® Core™ i7-620M 2.66 GHz
  (3.33 GHz w/ Turbo Boost), 4MB Cache
● Windows® 7 Ultimate 32-bit/64-bit
● 8GB DDR3 1066MHz SDRAM   (4096MBx2)
● 320GB HDD (7200rpm, Serial ATA)
● DVD SuperMulti (+/-R double layer)
● Bundled Emergency Pen
● 12.1" WXGA Backlit Display
  supporting digital pen (1280x800)
● Active Digitizer w/ Pen & Touch Screen
● Webcam and Microphone
● Bluetooth® Version 2.1 +EDR
● Integrated modem

I have my eye on this Portégé (and now M780) since I saw 400. Since technology upgrades quickly with the rate of "new gadgets every second" as I was told, I also saw something new from Toshiba w/c is ideal for my needs. It's Toshiba's QOSMIO X505-Q880.

My eyes widened and I leaned forward to see this "red shiny thing", I mean this multimedia laptop. However it's just too big. The screen measures 18.4." This laptop would be difficult to carry around. It would feel like carrying the "10 Commandments" tablets everywhere but the specs is SWEET and the price for such a heavily loaded computer.


Toshiba's QOSMIO X505-Q880
"PLAY IT TO THE LIMIT."

● Intel® Core™ i7-720QM Processor
● Windows 7 Home Premium (64-bit)
● NVIDIA® GeForce® GTS 360M
● 1GB GDDR5 discrete memory + up to 1274MB
  shared memory w/NVIDIA® TurboCache™
● 6GB DDR3 1066MHz memory
● 64GB SSD (Serial ATA) + 500GB   (7200rpm, Serial ATA)
● Blu-ray Disc™ ROM & DVD
  SuperMulti drive w/ Labelflash®
● 18.4" widescreen
● FHD TruBrite® TFT LCD Display
● LED backlit keyboard
● 1920x1080 resolution
● Bluetooth®
● 802.11n wireless
● Webcam
● 180W (19V x 9.5A) Auto-sensing,100-240V AC Adapter
● High Capacity Li-Ion (8000mAh, 12-Cell)


So why Toshiba? Why not a MacBook Pro? Well Toshiba is a very durable laptop to handle for someone like me (most especially). Besides I need to practice on Apple computers because it's confusing. It felt like writing with my left hand.