The Toshiba Satellite U840W is the world’s first laptop with a cinematic display, designed to eliminate black bars from movie playback. So, if you’re looking for a laptop you can enjoy the latest films on, look no further than the stylish Ultrabook that comes with everything you need to enjoy the latest Hollywood blockbusters.
The Toshiba Satellite U840W is immediately eye-catching thanks to its premium brushed metal finish, metal speaker grills, and its intricately designed woven patterns on the chassis, giving it a luxurious grip that you won’t want to let go off. It's also lightweight at 1.57kg, and nicely slim at just 20.8mm thick.
A large gesture control pad lets you swipe, pinch, zoom and scroll through documents with ease. The keyboard is also backlit for typing in darker conditions. Then there’s that 14.4-inch cinematic display. It’s the world’s first, with a 21:9 screen ratio to eliminate black borders from movie playback. Movies playing on the Toshiba U840W is a beautiful sight. Images are sharp, and full of detail.
The experience is made better with Harmon Kardon speakers, and SRS Premium Sound 3D technology to give movies, music and games exceptional, rich distortion-free sound.
For more enjoyment, Intel Wireless Display support makes it easy to stream media saved on the Ultrabook to any compatible device using a home network, letting you enjoy media from the U840W on other devices to enjoy in your living room.
Inside the U840W you’ll also find a 3rd generation Intel Core processor powerful enough to play HD video smoothly, and handle any task with ease. A 32GB Solid State Drive, and an additional 500GB hard disk drive offer storage space roomy enough to store your growing media collection with ease. The Toshiba Satellite U840W will be available in the third quarter of this year and while final specifications have yet to be revealed, we do know that prices will start from just £899 (inc. VAT).
For more information about the Toshiba Satellite U840W and our range of Satellite laptops, please visit Toshiba UK.