Toshiba announces updated Qosmio X75 with GTX 770M
Toshiba today announced an update to their Qosmio X75 series, adding NVIDIA graphics and an updated CPU to the gaming behemoth. The 17.3" laptop now comes with a Core i7 model of Intel's 4th generation Haswell CPUs and will be available before the end of the month.
Coming in at just 7.3 pounds, the X75's TruBrite display features a full-HD resolution of 1920x1080 pixels and Intel WiDi technology. Storage includes either a 1TB hybrid drive or a 1.5TB standard drive, an optional second drive and 16GB of RAM. Of course, NVIDIA's second-most powerful mobile GPU highlights the specs, as the GeForce GTX 770M comes with 3GB of DDR5 RAM and Optimus technology.
Other gaming goodies that come with the laptop include a Blu-Ray burner, Harmon Kardon speakers and UltraHD output via HDMI. Toshiba is bundling the laptop with a few pieces of software, including Photoshop Elements and Premiere Elements 11 as well as $50 in credits for the online-multiplayer Hawken game. The laptop should be available on the 29th of this month, with a suggested starting retail price of $1,400.