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Toshiba introduces Satellite P50t designed to provide first-class multimedia experience

[Johannesburg, 14 February 2014] - Toshiba Gulf FZE launches the Satellite P50t, the perfect companion for users who take power and performance seriously. This high-powered machine is equipped with the latest technologies, allowing it to satisfy multiple applications used by the most demanding digital users. The new Satellite P50t is now available in the market.

"Created for consumers who look for high quality combined with ease of use and a stylish design, the new Satellite P50t allows users to conveniently enjoy the ultimate in HD entertainment and the latest multimedia features in a slim device. It is a testament to Toshiba's commitment in creating powerful computers that can satisfy the requirements of even the most discerning customers," shares Santosh Varghese, General Manager, Digital Products and Services, Toshiba Gulf FZE.

The Satellite P50t which runs on the latest Windows 8 platform is powered by 4th Generation Intel Core processors for ultimate performance. It also comes with dedicated graphics for maximum speed and vibrancy. Users may choose between NVIDIA GeForce GT 740M and GT 745M, both with up to 4GB of VRAM and with NVIDIA Optimus technology.
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Last updated : 14 February 2014

 
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