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Toshiba Satellite C870, Qosmio X870 laptops

When browsing on the official Toshiba UK YouTube channel we found a couple of featured laptops, the Satellite C870 series and Qosmio X870. The former is perfect for everyday computing because of its value for money and build quality, whereas the latter is ideal for gaming and multimedia enthusiasts.

The Toshiba Satellite C870 (2013) Laptop introduction video helps to better explain the specs and also some of the design features. The main Toshiba Satellite C870 specs consist of a 17.3-inch display, Intel processors, SRS Premium Sound HD, SuperSpeed USB 3.0 and so much more.

There are four models to choose from, with the Toshiba Satellite C870 price not exceeding £450.

Toshiba Qosmio X870 laptop

Looking at the Qosmio X870 laptop videos below you get to see just what this new device has to offer. Each video looks at different aspects of the gaming laptop, such as its key features and its potential gaming performance thanks to an impressive GPU.

As for the Toshiba Qosmio X870 price, this is £1,799.99, and while some of you will ask if it is worth this price, just look at some of those Toshiba Qosmio X870 specs and you will not question it.

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Written by Peter Chubb

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