New Toshiba Portege M780 with notebook-to-tablet convertible display

Toshiba logoEquipped with a 12.1-inch WXVGA (1280 x800) LED backlit, digital pen-and touch screen-capable display that converts into a tablet, integrated DVD SuperMulti drive, fingerprint reader for security, Intel Core i5-520M processor, Windows 7 OS (32 bit) with Windows XP Recovery Media, 2GB of DDR3 RAM, 250 GB of HDD for the base model if you opt for building your own. And optional upgrades for that include Core i7-620, 2.66 GHz (3.33 GHz with Turbo Boost), Windows 7 64-bit, 8 GB DDR3 (4096MBx2) RAM, 128 GB SSD, integrated modem, Integrated 1.3M Webcam and Microphone with Business Card Reader.

Toshiba Portege M780

The price starts at around $ 1, 500 for this customizable base model. There are also 4 pre-built models with prices starting at around $1.280.

Source: akihabaranews

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