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Toshiba details Satellite L50-C, L50D-C, and L50-C multimedia notebooks

Toshiba details Satellite L50-C, L50D-C, and L50-C multimedia notebooks
Toshiba details Satellite L50-C, L50D-C, and L50-C multimedia notebooks
Toshiba expands its 15.6-inch and 17.3-inch multimedia lineup starting at 700 Euros.

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Following the massive announcements in early July for Toshiba's anniversary, the manufacturer is refining its lineup even further with the Satellite L50-C, L50D-C, and L70-C. The 15.6-inch L50-C will have new Brown and Purple color options while the L50D-C will be the AMD variant with up to an A8-7410 APU. The L70-C is the larger 17.3-inch Intel variant and will have the Satin Gold color option.

The L50-C-1P8 and L50-C-1L2 will start at 1100 Euros and feature a Core i5-5200U CPU, a GeForce 930M GPU, and FHD display. The L50C-1VK will have similar specifications, though it settles on a lower 768p resolution display. All Toshiba notebooks will be equipped with DTS sound and built-in skullcandy Onkyo stereo speakers for improved sound quality.

The L70-C will come in four configurations: The L70-C-122, L70-C-121, L70-C-11W, and L70-C-13E. Options include a Core i7-5500U CPU, at least a 1600 x 900 display, 8 GB to 12 GB of RAM, GeForce 930M graphics, up to a 1 TB SSHD, and Windows 10.

The following MRSP are:

  • Satellite L50-C-1P8 (Brown): 1099 Euro | Satellite L70-C-122 (Gold): 1099 Euro
  • Satellite L50-C-1VK (Purple): 899 Euro | Satellite L70-C-121 (Gold): 1049 Euro
  • Satellite L50D-C-14V (Gold): 699 Euro | Satellite L70-C-11W (Gold): 1099 Euro
  • Satellite L70-C-13E (Gold): 899 Euro

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Ronald Tiefenthäler/ Allen Ngo, 2015-09- 2 (Update: 2015-09- 2)
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