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    By Vangie Beal :  June 12, 2002

    Toshiba has announced the new Satellite 1905 and 5105 Series of notebook PCs, designed to move computer users into the mobile world without compromising power, performance and perks. The Satellite 1905 Series bundles the much-desired computing and entertainment features that were previously seen only in a desktop PC. Based on the Intel Pentium 4 2.0GHz processor and a 40GB hard disk drive, the new Satellite runs power-intensive applications with ease -- allowing users to perform daily productivity tasks and multimedia functions with the ease of a portable computer. The Satellite 1905 Series also includes an i.Link (IEEE 1394) high-speed connection, 15.0-inch diagonal TFT display and easy-to-use touchpad for convenient computing, while the integrated DVD-ROM/CD-RW multi-function drive and stereo speakers enhance the CD, MP3 and DVD experience.

    The new Satellite 5105 Series raises the multimedia bar by including an infrared remote control for power on/off, volume up/down, suspend/resume, CD/DVD and other keyboard functions. Add to that a S/P DIF Dolby Digital Optical Out port for digital recording and 5.1 Dolby Digital output for connection to home theater sound systems, the Satellite 5105 Series combines both productivity and multimedia for the ultimate in home computing. From its 15.0-inch diagonal SXGA+ TFT display, NVIDIA GeForce4 440 Go graphics processing unit and high-capacity DDR memory, the Satellite 5105 Series delivers outstanding graphic-display capabilities not normally seen in a notebook. With a 40GB the Satellite's power supply enables faster performance for the "extras," which include a DVD-ROM/CD-RW multi-function drive, high-speed Internet connections and a powerful sound system featuring harman/kardon speakers with a built-in subwoofer.


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