Utilising the power of the latest Pentium II, Celeron and AMD processors, Toshiba yesterday released a new range of its Satellite, Portege and Tecra notebooks, expecting to "provide a far broader market with the convenience and independence of mobile computers".
Hyping them as ideal business partners for all user strata, Toshiba officials said a wide variety of powerful new processors (including Intel's latest 300MHz Pentium MMX and 366MHz Mobile Pentium II), larger-capacity hard drives, and "ultra-crisp" Active Matrix display were just some elements that will enable better performance.
"Every day more businesses are discovering the productivity benefits of high-performance mobile computers over larger desk-bound machines," said Laurie White, product marketing manager for Toshiba Australia.
"We have gone to great lengths to ensure small-to-medium business users have access to high-performance Toshiba notebook solutions at a price they can afford."
Apart from SMEs, the latest release also focuses on making mobile computers available to the SOHO market, with the Satellite range featuring a new entry-level notebook Satellite 2520CDT priced at $3724.
The whole range is available now from Toshiba's five-star resellers and distribution partners, with prices for the Satellite series ranging from $3724 to $7033, Tecra from $9260 to $9483, and Portege from $4365 to $7970.www.isd.toshiba.com.au