Satellite C660 and Satellite C660D, Toshiba’s latest entry-level notebooks are now available
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Recently, Toshiba had launched their next in-line netbooks: Satellite C660 and Satellite C660D – both targeted at the budget conscious customers.
First in line is the Satellite C660 that can be hailed as one of Toshiba’s cheapest netbooks and weighs 2.3kg with 380.5 x 254.0 x 35.6 millimeters in dimensions. The screen size of the machine is 15.6-inch and comes with black design, textures to withstand wear and tear and a glossy keyboard, along with some other nice features for an entry level netbook.
Moreover, the 15.6-inch system has a display resolution of 1,366 x 768 pixels along with HD display encased in an all black chassis.
There are two variants available as of now – the Satellite C660D-10P and Satellite C660D-10E. The Satellite C660D-10P sports an Athlon dual-core P340 processor, 4GB RAM and the system’s storage memory is upgradable up to 320GB. The users will get a nice response to the display because of the ATI Radeon HD 4250 graphics card.
The Satellite C660D-10E is richer in features compared to C660D-10P. The C660-10E comes with Intel Pentium Dual-Core P6100, Intel Graphics Media Accelerator HD, 4GB RAM and 320GB of storage memory. The another Satellite C660-10H is armed with Intel dual-core Core i3-370M with 2.40 GHz processor and storage memory of 500GB HHD.
In a press release, Toshiba said all the three devices is now available in stores and the buyers will get 2 years of international carry-in warranty, but hotline services are available in Germany and Austria where on-site pick up facility is also available.
Both the machines are priced at €549 and €699 respectively at different stores.