Satellite 800 the Latest Addition to Toshiba's Lineup of Notebooks

Satellite 800 the Latest Addition to Toshiba's Lineup of Notebooks

Toshiba adds on to its range of notebook computers by launching the Satellite M800, Satellite L800 and Satellite C800.

The new Satellite models come equipped with at least one USB 3.0 port, Bluetooth 4.0, PC Health Monitor, and Toshiba's exclusive Resolution+ video upconversion technology, just to name a few.


Weighing at 1.99kg, the Satellite M800 is encased in a metallic mirror finish in Gold Blaze, Pink Blush, and Blue Horizon, and comes with a track pad and raised tile keyboard. Offering the ATI Radeon HD 7670 graphics card, it includes stereo speakers with SRS Premium Sound HD, HD Webcams, HDMI, two USB 3.0 ports, and Toshiba Video Player which supports 2D to 3D conversions.

The Satellite L800 Series consists of three model classes - the highly-mobile Satellite L830, featuring a 13.3-inch diagonal widescreen display, the lightweight Satellite L840 with a 14-inch diagonal display, the versatile Satellite L850 desktop replacement with a 15.6-inch diagonal display. Like the Satellite M800 series, they are also powered by the ATI Radeon HD 7670 graphics card and offers multimedia and usability features. The new system features Toshiba's glossy IMR finish with an all-new Cross-line pattern in a variety of colors including Midnight Black, Luscious Red and Icy White.

Wrapped in a textured finish in Matt Graphite or Glossy IMR finish in Black or Red Graphite, the entry-level Satellite C840 is equipped with a 14-inch diagonal widescreen display, and offer a range of connectivity options such as a Card Reader and an HDMI port. A webcam with face recognition and a DVD drive are also included.

M800 S$1199 M840-1006XG (dressy Champagne gold)

M840-1006XP (dressy Pink)

M840-1006XQ (dressy Turquoise)

L800 S$1099 L840-1010XW (White)

L840-1010X (Black)

L840-1010XR (Red)

C800 S$869 C840-1004 (Black)

C840-1004XR (Red)

The Satellite 800 will be available during 2Q 2012 throughout South and SEA.

Source: Toshiba

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