There's something for everyone in the new Toshiba Satellite P series of laptops. They're all stuffed with raw power, as well as technologies that make it simple to harness, but there are some key differences. Read on and find out which model is for you.
Toshiba Satellite P750
The Toshiba Satellite P750 is your ultimate, all-around media laptop. At 39.6cm (15.6"), it's small enough to stick in a backpack and carry around, but comes packing your choice of the latest Intel Core processor and up to 8GB of DDR3 memory. There are ports aplenty with USB 3.0 and HDMI-out, and if you opt for a 3D Blu-ray drive, you can even watch 3D video on a supported TV via HDMI. It's just missing a couple of super powers unique to the…
Toshiba Satellite P755
The Toshiba Satellite P755 comes with all the features and convenience of the P750, but there's another extra option beyond the metallic rather than black coating. The Toshiba Satellite P755 has a special HD screen and Nvidia 3D graphics, so you can watch 3D video there and then - perfect for zoning out on a cross-country train journey.
Toshiba Satellite P770
The Toshiba Satellite P770 is substantially larger, with a screen measuring 43.9cm (17.3"). This gives you acres of space for applications, video and games, making it the perfect desktop replacement rather than a portable computing solution. Inside you'll find a HD screen, USB 3.0 and HDMI to plug it into a TV, as well as Toshiba Resolution+ for boosting plain old DVDs into near HD picture quality.
Toshiba Satellite P775
If you must have sheer power, be it for gaming, video editing or more, the Toshiba Satellite P775 is your answer. Like the P755, it's not only had a metallic shade face lift. Under the hood it packs more memory (8GB of DDR3 RAM as opposed to 6 on the P770), an even faster Core i7 processor and more hard drive space at 750GB. Of course, the P770 will easily meet most family's needs, but if one member needs the most Oomph possible, this is what you need.