Toshiba Satellite P50 World’s first 4K laptop launched in India

By | June 18, 2014

Japanese PC maker Toshiba on Tuesday launched Satellite P50 laptop which runs on Windows 8.1 at an even in Delhi. This particular laptop has been priced for Rs. 86,000 and features world’s first UltraHD or 4K display on a notebook. This notebook flaunts a touch enabled TrueBrite 15.6 inch display and has a resolution of 3840×2160 pixels. Apart from Satellite P50 notebook Toshiba also launched a host of other devices at the event.

Toshiba the Japanese PC giant hasn’t been able to make much impact in Indian PC market, as Dell, HP and Lenovo have successfully cornered significant market share. However, Satellite P50’s excellent specs, 4K display coupled with not so exorbitant pricing can make it an instant hit. Its success will also depend upon the quick adoption of 4K display among Indian consumer.

Tosihba Satellite P50 launched in India

Tosihba Satellite P50 launched in India

Toshiba Satellite P50 is powered by the fourth generation Core iseries processor i.e., Core i7-4700HQ. This particular processor is considered one of the best in business and offer upto 6 MB of cache memory coupled with clock speed of up to 3.40 GHz. If you want to scale up your notebook’s RAM then Satellite P50 can be compatible with up to 16GB of 1600MHz DDR3L RAM. An AMD Radeon R9 M265X dedicated GPU takes care of the graphics processing needs of this notebook and there is also a much needed 1 TB of HDD space which comes with shock protection.

Toshiba’s port allocation in this notebook is quite good with 4 USB 3.0 ports, one 4K HDMI port, a UHS-II SD card slot and a re writable CD drive. Satellite P50 flaunts a premium brushed Aluminium finish and also boasts of a slim design with a thickness of only 27.9mm. For music lovers Toshiba has included Harman Kardon branded stereo speakers along with the company’s Sleep & Music feature, that allows users to listen to music even when the laptop is in sleep mode.

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