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Toshiba Announces Latest Performance Rich Satellite P205D Desktop Replacements

Toshiba's Digital Products Division, a division of Toshiba America Information Systems, has announced two new additions to its performance rich Satellite P205D desktop replacement line featuring AMD processors and ATI graphics for greater gaming and productivity capabilities.

The Satellite P205D notebook series provides a wide range of computing configurations that will meet the needs of both power and casual users. The Satellite P205D-S8812 incorporates ATI Mobility Radeon HD 2400 and DirectX 10 technologies to bring a superior gaming experience to the AMD platform and provide life-like realism and stunning visual effects to DirectX 10 compatible games.

Powered by the AMD Turion 64 X2 Dual-Core Mobile Technology Gold Edition TL-64, the Satellite P205D-S8806 offers the power and performance of a desktop computer in a mobile form factor to provide users with a robust computing solution.

With the combination of AMD's most innovative dual-core mobile CPUs and Microsoft's Windows Vista operating system, the Satellite P205D notebook series provides advanced compatibility with today's latest wireless LAN and graphic technologies. Such versatile computing solutions enhance the overall performance by allowing the computers to process more information with greater speed and efficiency, while using less power for an extended battery life.

Each Satellite P205D features a standard 17-inch diagonal widescreen TruBrite display that provides a clear, crisp and sharp image for viewing business related files and digital entertainment. For greater ergonomic comfort and easy data entry, each Satellite P205D notebook also sports a full-size keyboard with a 10-keypad.

Additionally, each Satellite P205D notebook includes Dolby Sound Room technology, which delivers an amazing virtual surround sound experience from either stereo speakers or a pair of headphones. Dolby Sound Room was designed for environments where multiple surround sound speakers are neither practical nor possible.



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