Toshiba's New Qosmio G60 and GX Now Blu-ray Friendly

Toshiba logoHere's Toshiba’s masterpiece the Qosmio G60 with its Core 2 Duo P8700. It features a beautiful and huge 18.4” Full HD LCD, 4GB of RAM, 500GB of HDD, two TV tuners, SuprsEngine and finally with a Blu-ray burner drive combo… At last the Qosmio is back in its full HD wonder (until today Toshiba dropped its HD-DVD drive for a DVD drive).

The GX Series has pretty much the same features as the G60 minus the SpursEngine card and TV tuner, but features a nice GeForce GT230M card

Toshiba Qosmio G60

The Qosmio G60 will be released in Japan by the end of November.

Source: Akihabaranews

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