Toshiba Qosmio F10-105 Reviews
Product Type: Toshiba laptops
Description:Model ID PQF10E-00W00JGR / Toshiba Qosmio F10-105 - Pentium M 735 / 1.7 GHz - Centrino - RAM 512 MB - HDD 80 GB - DVD±RW / DVD-RAM - GF FX Go5700 - WLAN : 802.11b/g - Win XP MCE - 15.4" Widescreen TFT 1280 x 800 ( WXGA ) / Sacrifice nothing and get it all in satisfying portions: TV, ... more
Toshiba Qosmio F10-105 ... DVD, gaming, MP3s and a top-of-the line notebook! Feel the music and fill the room - Harman-Kardon speakers and SRS virtual surround sound technology make it possible.
Qosmio is true digital media convergence simply achieved through state-of-the-art and streamlined design. It's 4-in-1 functionality combines TV, Audio, PC and DVD features in one compact package. The multiple plug-and-play ports transform the unit simply into a gaming monitor, a digital camera slide show screen, audio-out to home systems for TV and MP3s, and more! Qosmio's sleek style echoes consumer electronics design, to complement existing electronics in the home.
Experience entertainment fully with one trim notebook. Movies, music, television, gaming, Internet and personal computing in the Qosmio - all mobile and starting under 10 lbs.
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