A review of the Toshiba Qosmio laptop

The Toshiba Qosmio laptop is the first laptop that skillfully combines personal computing and audiovisual capabilities.

It offers access to a TV, TV recording and DVD functionality without even having to turn on the computer. This integration is the first in the PC world.

This particular Toshiba laptop includes three models of the Qosmio E10 series. With screen sizes from 15 to 17 inches. Toshiba designed Qosmio based on the concept that customers love not only to enjoy their content at home but also on the go. With this in mind, they have included a TV tuner that can be configured for use with NTSC, PAL or SECAM. The laptop also includes high-quality image reproduction and exceptional sound quality.

For Qosmio, Toshiba has developed a technology that combines a total of 11 image processing technologies for a wide range of image sources. Including television and DVD. It also includes a video amplifier to produce first-level images in the Windows environment.

Image quality is further enhanced with the screen of this Toshiba laptop.

The “Clear SuperView LCD with high luminance” achieves a degree of brightness comparable to that of an LCD television. This is achieved by integrating two backlighting. Double filter coatings that reduce the dispersion of internal light. The reflection of ambient light. The result is a super clear and high contrast image.

But what is the purpose of the large image without a great sound to accompany the image? Toshiba solves this dilemma expertly. The Qosmio laptop includes two Harman Kardon speakers of 2 W and 30 mm in diameter. The largest speakers ever integrated into a laptop. The result seems to have never been heard without the help of a woofer.

This Toshiba laptop has strived to facilitate its use and versatility. Therefore, its control software “QosmioPlayer” and “QosmioUI” allow quick access to television, CD or DVD, without even having to start Windows. To top it off, Qosmio supports recording on an integrated hard drive.

It presents the best of both worlds by perfectly integrating computer and audiovisual technologies.

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