Looking for a new Ultrabook? Cast your eyes over the Toshiba Satellite U840 and Toshiba Satellite U840W. They may sound the same, but the two Ultrabooks are entirely different. Both bring high power and portability, and a wealth of features, but which is the right Ultrabook for you. Read on and we’ll help you answer that very question.
Toshiba U840: form and function, with style
The first major difference is in the looks. We begin with the Toshiba Satellite U840. The Toshiba Satellite U840 is a stylish and lightweight 14-inch Ultrabook with a brushed aluminium chassis, built for working on the move, in style, and comfort.
Its 1.58kg weight makes it great for popping in your bag and taking with you on the move. The U840 is built for getting stuff done on-the-go thanks to its cutting-edge specifications, The U840 packs the latest Intel Core processors and up to 8GB of high-speed DRR3 memory.
A 32GB Solid State Drive and Intel Rapid Start Technology delivers a boot time of less than 14 seconds. You also get a 500GB hard drive to give you all the storage you could ever need for work files, music, and videos. And those will videos look great on the U840’s 14-inch LED high definition TruBrite display.
But how does the Toshiba Satellite U840 compare to the U840W?
Toshiba Satellite U840W: the ultimate Ultrabooks for movie fans
There’s only one place to begin - the 14.4-inch 21:9 ratio display. It’s the first of its kind, lending the U840W a shape akin to a folded up newspaper that you can sling under your arm.
The unique shape is ideal for film fans and media lovers. It’s also great for multitasking, letting you view movies and work documents side-by-side. Like the U840, pictures on the U840W look amazing, distortion-free, and crystal clear.
The immediate difference in looks extends to its luxurious patterned chassis that gives the U840W a nice, firm grip that you’ll just want to keep a hold onto. At 1.57kg, it is also smidgen lighter than the U840.
The Toshiba U840W can also count upon Harmon Kardon stereo speakers and SRS Premium Sound for an increased level of immersion when viewing the latest Hollywood films.
Away from its media skills, the U840W, just like the U840 has a 32GB SSD with a 500GB hard drive, and a generous 10GB high-speed DDR3 RAM for work documents, photos. You’ll need the storage for all those movies you’ll be watching on its beautiful backlit LED display. There’s no other Ultrabook quite like the Toshiba U840W.
Whichever laptop you go for, each comes fitted with the latest Intel core processors, and all the storage you could ever need from a Toshiba Ultrabook
The Toshiba Satellite U840 with its high definition TruBrite display makes movies come to life, while the Toshiba Satellite U840W lets you enjoy them in a way previously impossible on an Ultrabook, with audio to match its picture quality. The big question now is which to choose.
For more information on the Toshiba Satellite U840 and the Toshiba Satellite U840W, please visit Toshiba UK.