When I think of a “Toshiba Satellite”, I think of a piece of trash or a play toy that I would give to a 5- year old to keep them entertained for a bit. Most of the Satellite models are like the one you’ll find on sale for $100, buy it thinking you’re getting a steal, and then return it because you are so frustrated and can’t get it to run anything that you need. Honestly, I didn’t even realize there were high end Satellite models until now.
The new Toshiba Satellite P50t actually has a 4K display. 4K resolution is really taking over right now. It has already taken over the TV market and is working on taking over the desktop monitor world as well. Toshiba has taken it upon themselves to take things to the next logical step and slap the technology into their latest laptop.
The company’s new laptop will be their first stab at offering this resolution in a 15.6 inch screen. With 282 pixels per inch, every individual 4K display being calibrated by Portrait Displays’ Chroma Tune software and being Technicolor Color Certified to finely tune the color gamut, this is going to be a ridiculously incredible tool for any type of designer, digital artist of any sort, or just someone who just wants the best picture they can possibly get.
This isn’t a one trick pony though, my friends. Not only does it have one of the best displays that any laptop can offer, but the other specs are really respectable as well. It’s rocking an Intel Core i7 processor, an AMD Radeon R9 M265X graphics card, a super respectable 16 gigs of RAM, and a 1TB hard drive. Also super respectable. Its size and weight aren’t too hateful either at 4.86 pounds and 1.1 inches thick. Oh, and of course, there is a built in Blu-Ray drive, so you can enjoy your crazy display even more in your free time.
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If you are looking for something just as neat but don’t need all of the extra flair, there is a more “stripped down” version of the P50t as well. This version is still very far from being a joke. It has a 1,920×1,080 screen, which is still HD, and probably wouldn’t look much different to the human eye at all. Especially considering that there isn’t much 4K material out there.
There is no word on pricing yet or an official release date. All we know for sure is that these incredible machines are supposed to be available during the next quarter. Stay tuned for more info.