Toshiba has released some information about the successor for their Qosmio X770 gaming notebook released last year, this time bringing 3D capabilities with the aid of the next generation NVIDIA GPUs.
If you want a quality 3D notebook in 2012, you should definitely check out the Qosmio X870 notebook for an option. 3D gaming is in right now and this new notebook may just be the perfect option for you to get into it and enjoy the best features a Toshiba gaming machine brings to the table.
If we take a closer look at the specs of the Qosmio X870, it’s almost impossible not to be impressed with this new Toshiba notebook that’s to be released this Spring.
The Toshiba Qosmio X870 comes with a 1920 x 1080p Full HD resolution and a 17.3-inch HD TruBrite 3D display with 120Hz refresh rate. The display handles both Full HD resolution as well as 3D content, which you can enjoy using the on-board Blu-Ray 3D player. Upon purchase, you’ll also get a pair of NVIDIA 3D vision glasses in order for you to experience the 3D content and there’s also the Resolution+ upscaling technology that turns low resolution to HD and upscales 2D resolution to 3D, a popular feature right now mostly encountered with 2012 Blu-Ray players and HDTVs.
The Qosmio X870 is a powered by a Sandy bridge Core processor and the next generation NVIDIA GPU in order to bring the highest quality gaming experience. There’s a choice between a 2TB hard drive or a SSD, as well as a choice between a DVD SuperMulti Drive and 3D Blu-Ray player.
Other specifications include WiFi, Bluetooth 3.0, Ethernet LAN, four USB 3.0 ports and HDMI output in case you decide to hook this one up to your large screen TV.
The sound experience with the X870 is handled by a set of Harman Kardon Speakers featuring Slip Stream technology and SRS Premium Sound 3D. Other features worth mentioning include a red backlit keyboard, touchpad with multitouch capabilities as well as microphone and headphone jacks.
The design won’t disappoint you either, as the Qosmio X870 comes with an anodized dark aluminum casing that looks pretty good, and a red trim that’s used to complement this stylish machine.
The Toshiba Qosmio X870 gaming notebook will be released this Spring, while pricing remains unknown for now.
- Intel Sandy Bridge Core processors
- Next generation NVIDIA GPU
- 17.3” TruBrite 3D display
- Full HD screen with LED backlighting
- Up to 2TB hard drive or hybrid drive SSD option
- Optional Blu-ray ROM or DVD SuperMulti drives
- Resolution+ upscaling technology/2D-to-3D upscaling
- 4x USB 3.0
- Harman Kardon stereo speakers with Slip Stream technology, SRS Premium Sound 3D