April 15, 2010

Toshiba Tecra M11 business laptop launched

by Darren Allan

Toshiba has announced a new entry into the business notebook market, with its Tecra M11.

The compact laptop has a 14 inch LED backlit screen, with a choice of an Intel Core i3 or i5 processor, and integrated Intel HD graphics or the option of a discrete graphics solution.

The screen is anti-glare, so those presentations can be viewed even in brightly lit conditions, and the M11 runs Windows 7 Professional.

2GB of memory, a 320GB hard disk, wi-fi, a webcam, and a DVD drive round off the package.

The Tecra also has an eSATA/USB combination port, so you can hook up an external drive and benefit from fast SATA transfer rates. A sleep and charge facility means you can charge up USB devices via the combo port even when the machine is turned off.

In a charcoal black colour, the unit looks sensible and business-like, with a textured finish that helps reduce fingerprints, apparently.

Carl Pinto, VP of Product Development at Toshiba, commented: “The Tecra M11 Series represents our ability to provide the latest mobile technologies, smart features and comprehensive security in a highly portable and affordable package.”

“These laptops are built with our renowned quality and enhanced durability and we back the laptop with a generous three-year limited warranty to assure businesses can buy with confidence.”

No information is available on when the Tecra M11 will be available over here, as yet, although pricing will start at $900 in the US, so doubtless they won’t be particularly cheap over here.

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