Toshiba has released a range of three Satellite L750D notebooks powered by AMD’s latest dual and quad core processors.
According to the company, consumers will experience faster, high-quality graphics and longer battery life due to AMD’s Fusion A-series APUs (Accelerated Processing Units).
Toshiba Information Systems Division (ISD) B2C product marketing manager, Anthony Geronimo, said consumers are beginning to use notebooks as a multimedia machine.
“This is what makes AMD’s new Dual Graphics technology so exciting – not only does it increase notebook performance by offering a lifelike gaming experience and lag-free videos, the APU also delivers the ultimate in multimedia performance,” he added.
The Satellite L750D/017 is a 15.6-inch widescreen HD notebook with LED backlit display. It is designed in a Luxe white finish with a white keyboard and some of its features include a quad-core CPU, an AMD A8-3500M processor, 4GB RAM and 750GB hard drive.
The Satellite L750D/009, also in a 15.6-inch Luxe white finish shell with white keyboard, has an AMD A6-3400M processor, Quad-core CPU, 4GB RAM and a 750GB hard drive.
The Satellite L750D/0OU, also 15.6-inch, comes in a cool grey finish with glossy black keyboard. It features an AMD A4-3300M processor, dual-core CPU, 2GB RAM and 500GB hard drive.
The Toshiba Satellite L750D series will be some of the first products in the local market to feature AMD’s new A-Series APUs, launching in Australia in August.
They will be available from local reseller, Harvey Norman.