Toshiba Laptop

This week we are going to be discussing Toshiba laptops. Toshiba has been around for a while. The company was founded in 1939 by merging two Japanese companies together. But it wasn’t until 1978 when the company was officially named Toshiba. Like Dell, Toshiba sells many technological devices such as, servers, desktops, laptops, netbooks, external hard drives, and home entertainment equipment. In recent years Toshiba has gained popularity by developing cutting edge devices. There laptops are no different. In fact, I am on my second Toshiba laptop.

Toshiba’s laptops range anywhere from 11.6” to 18.4”. Most laptops that are sold today have Windows 7 installed on them. Windows Vista can still be purchased. Like Dell, some netbooks or mini laptops can be purchased with Windows XP, but the supply is limited. Toshiba laptops start out at $429.99 and can reach prices well over $1000. Prices range because of the different ways you can customize your laptop. Some models allow you to upgrade your memory (RAM), while others may allow you to upgrade your hard drive. Also, like many manufactures, Toshiba gives you the options of installing software when purchasing direct such as MS Office 2007.

Over all, Toshiba has always been a leader in developing reliable laptops. Be sure to check our product review later in the week and see how one of Toshiba’s laptops compares to others. Until next time, happy teching!

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