As we've made plainly obvious, the Digital Products Division over at Toshiba is going to be hitting Vegas with a whole heap of new gear, just the thing for "dealing with a generation that is technically sophisticated," according to the PR hype. Among items to be bandied about: The new Qosmio X305-Q725 is a gamer-friendly, 17-inch diagonal widescreen notebook sporting NVIDIA GeForce 9800M GTX graphics, an Intel Core 2 Quad processor and 64GB SSD storage (MSRP $2,699.99). New additions to the Toshiba Satellite line will also be in tow, rockin' widescreen TruBrite displays, support for the ATI Mobility Radeon HD4000 series GPU and the option of either Intel or AMD processors. Rounding out the set are the TDP-F10U pico projector, dynadock U Universal USB Docking Station, the X20 Gaming Mouse, and something called a "Gaming Backpack" (we'll let you guess what that one does).
Toshiba CES 2009 lineup includes Qosmio and Satellite updates, pico projector, accessories
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