Nice Proportions or Toshiba’s Surprising Ultrabook
The Toshiba Company always knows when the moment is to surprise the community with some tremendous new gadgets. This time Toshiba has caught the wave of ultrabooks becoming popular, presenting their unbelievable Satellite U840W model.
Apparently the most unusual thing about the device is its proportions, namely the cinemascopic display with 21:9 sides’ resolution, pixel language – 1792×768. Mind that the measures of the display mark 14.4, nevertheless it looks much like a huge cinema screen, with the keyboard attached to the bottom side.
The question is whether there will be a demand on such devices at today’s ultrabook computer community, or not. However, the ultrabook with the described screen type, Toshiba U840W, can for now be “the one and only” of a kind, like a good concept car.
Videos at the display look like home – no black spots left. Besides, the screen has a wonderful and never seen before split function, leaving a 16:9 screen field and 5:9 sidebar for whatever a client desires.
368.5x200X20.8mm are the dimensions of the device, which, considering the weight of 1.57kg, could earn him the name of the lightest mobile cinema ever.
The inner specifications are also quite acceptable – third generation Intel Core ultrabooks’ processor, RAM will rise the top of 10Gb, the hard drive consists of a 32Gb SSD and a 500Gb HDD. The device’s size allowed the engineers to insert 3 USB 3.0 ports, an HDMI, Ethernet and a card-reader – everything necessary for creating a working station and convertible cinema.
The unbelievable surprise by Toshiba will be able in the third quarter of 2013, reaching the startup price point of 900 pounds.