Toshiba Introduces New Portege M750 Models

Toshiba Portege M750 Toshiba has introduced three new models in its 12.1-inch Toshiba Portege M750 line. The M750 laptops are “convertibles” the display rotates/swivels around to allow you to convert back and forth between a normal laptop/notebook form factor, and a Tablet PC setup. These three models are new in the United States. If you want to jump up to an actual touchscreen as opposed to using a Digital Pen, it’ll cost you around $400 USD, although you get a bump in the CPU performance as well as an optical DVD writer.

All three models feature:
– LED-Backlit display
– Fingerprint reader
– 160GB HDD (some models feature 7200rpm)
– eSATA/USB Combo Port with Sleep and Charge
– Gigabit Ethernet
– Intel WiFi 5100AGN5 (802.11a/g/n)
– 3 year warranty

These models are targeted at the back-to-school shopping crowd, and they are:

Portégé M750-S7211
– $1,279 (USD)
– 12.1″ Display – supports Digital Pen/Stylus
– Intel Core 2 Duo T6570 (2.1GHz)

Portégé M750-S7212
– $1,699 (USD)
– 12.1″ Display – supports Digital Pen and Touch
– Intel Core 2 Duo P8600 (2.4GHz)
– DVD SuperMulti DL Optical Drive

Portégé M750-S7213
– $1,799 (USD)
– 12.1″ Display – supports Digital Pen and Touch
– Intel Core 2 Duo T9400 (2.53GHz)
– DVD SuperMulti DL Optical Drive


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