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Toshiba Updates Its AMD-based Satellite A215 Notebook Line

Toshiba's Digital Products Division, a division of Toshiba America Information Systems, has updated its mainstream AMD-based Satellite A215 notebook line with the additions of the Satellite A215-S6804, Satellite A215-S6814 and the Satellite A215-S6820. The new Satellite A215 models incorporate AMD Turion 64 X2 Dual-Core Mobile Technology processor.

As part of AMD's most advanced family of mobile dual-core processors, the Turion 64 X2 Dual-Core Mobile Technology provides exceptional power, performance and productivity in a mobile form factor. The combination of AMD's dual-core CPU and Microsoft's Windows Vista operating system provides increased performance for today's applications. Such versatile computing solutions enhance the overall performance of the notebook by allowing the computer to process more information with greater speed and efficiency, while using less power for an extended battery life.

Incorporating a 15.4-inch diagonal widescreen TruBrite display and a DVD SuperMulti optical drive with Labelflash as well as embedded Webcam, these Satellite A215 models easily allow users to perform a variety of tasks and leisure activities. Labelflash gives users the ability to burn high-quality images and text onto specially coated DVD-R disks for a more polished and professional look, as well as a clean way to organize extensive DVD libraries. The Webcam is suitable for staying in touch with loved ones afar or adding a personal flair to digital creations. Also, the DVD SuperMulti drive reads and writes in up to 11 formats, and is the perfect mobile solution for burning your digital media, such as photos, MP3s and home videos, as well as watching your favorite DVD movies.

For users that require a significant amount of storage space, the Satellite A215-S6814 and the Satellite A215-S6804 provide generous hard disk storage capacity of 250GB and the Satellite A215-S6820 provides a massive 300GB hard drive.



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