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Innovation at every level: Toshiba unveils 2010 product range
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London, UK, 10 February 2010 - Toshiba UK has today revealed a selection of innovative new products for 2010, including its first ever Freeview HD televisions, a touchscreen ultraportable laptop and impressive line up of Blu-ray and DVD players.
The 2010 REGZA range
The REGZA RV and XV Series both feature Full HD screens across the range, a selection of additional picture and audio enhancement features, and introduces the option of Wireless DNLA connectivity, for streaming content from laptops or PCs.
Offering a wide consumer choice, the 2010 range also features new models that offer outstanding value for money. The REGZA AV Series is ideal for those looking for an affordable television with a superior picture performance, whilst the new REGZA DV Series features an integrated DVD player for greater functionality.
The 2010 DVD & Blu-ray range
In addition to the new collection of DVD decks, Toshiba has also unveiled its first Freeview HD+ DTR, featuring 500GB of internal memory and extensive connectivity. Further, the BDX2100 becomes Toshiba's second Blu-ray Disc player, bolstering its high-definition product range.
Satellite and Tecra Laptops
New business laptops also launched today alongside the new Satellite U500, featuring enhanced ergonomics designed for everyday use in the workplace and a selection of powerful processor options. The Tecra A11 and M11 are business laptops offering a speedy performance thanks to the latest Intel Core i Series processors, as well as advanced security and connectivity options. The Satellite Pro S500 is a lightweight 39.6cm (15.6") business laptop, designed for workers looking for efficient and reliable computing.