Burning battery issues aside, Toshiba has always had a strong reputation in the laptop department. The electronics giant has three new Satellite notebooks for us to enjoy — the U205, M115, and P105 — all of which Core 2 Duo processors for optimal multitasking capabilities, covering the full range of laptop sizes. On the smallest end of the spectrum is the U205 (left) with its 12.1-inch widescreen TruBrite LCD displays. It weighs just 4.1 pounds, packing in all the standard goodies like a DVD SuperMulti drive, 5-in-1 media adapter, and XP Media Center 2005. Bump it up to 14.1-inches and see the Satelllite M115 (center) with 120GB serial-ATA HDD, Onyx Blue Metallic high-gloss lid, and integrated Harmon/Kardon stereo speakers. The biggest of the bunch is the 17-inch P105 (right), a desktop replacement with USB external TV tuners, 2GB DDR2 SDRAM, 160GB HDD, and full-size keyboard. Pricing on the three laptops starts in the $1250-$1300 range.
Vodafone K.K. announced after late April it will offer the V401T by Toshiba, a new handset that features a built-in analog TV tuner. The V401T represents Vodafone K.K.’s second analog TV tuner handset after the V601N by NEC was launched in December 2003. With the V401T, customers can enjoy television broadcasts on a high-quality QVGA […]