Toshiba Qosmio in a unique offer. This is not only impressively equipped laptop, with all the bells and whistles you need to expect from high-end performance notebooks, but Media Center. This means that he intends to live a little bit of double life - mild manner (if not fully vested) performance cars a day, home entertainment devices at night. To this end, the Toshiba Qosmio is packed in nearly every function you can imagine - although the "packed" is a relative term, as the Qosmio G10, with its titanic 17-inch widescreen TFT, is far from compact. Weighing in excess of 4kg, Qosmio also definitely more on the side of mobility luggable fence.
Inside the block throbs Pentium M 755, working at 2GHz, supported by massive 1GB PC2700 DDR RAM - so Qosmio no slouch. He barely batted an eyelid over any problems, either standalone applications or Media Center functions.As of common technology, Qosmio is very impressive. In addition, the head turning abilities have had on a huge screen and massive size, it was intelligently designed and very well equipped. In Media Center, it is not going to be an ideal configuration for all, and particularly appeal to those looking for a laptop for work and pleasure. In addition to this strange role, but other potential drawback Qosmio is the price. At about AU $ 6000, it is not small investments. Considering you can buy a decent Centrino (or rather, Sonoma) laptop and a small, dedicated Media Center PC for that price, you are only going to those with pockets for a technology demonstration, such as this. In addition, if you can afford it, then you will not be disappointed.