Toshiba Satellite X205-SLI4 Gaming Notebook

Toshiba Satellite X205-SLI4 Gaming Notebook

Just in case you're the type who like to jump right down to the news, we’re writing to let you all know that we’ve just posted a new article here at HotHardware in which we evaluate the features, performance, and overall value of Toshiba’s new Satellite X205-SLI4 gaming notebook.  The Toshiba Satellite X205-SLI4 is a feature-rich laptop geared toward mobile gaming, with a potent Core 2 Duo T8100 processor, plenty of memory and storage, and SLI ready GeForce 8600M GT GPUs.   This notebook also sports an HDTV tuner and a gorgeous 17” WSXGA+ LCD with TruBrite Technology.  Click the link below and check it out...

Toshiba Satellite X205-SLI4 Gaming Notebook
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looks nice 

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Great Review!! :)..

But I wanna see toshiba coming up with more Powerful video cards,.. Like 2x 8800M chipset :)

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^Bad_Boy^:
Great Review!! :)..

But I wanna see toshiba coming up with more Powerful video cards,.. Like 2x 8800M chipset :)
 

Indeed man..Everything was nice until I saw that 8600m =(...The 8800M solutions are DAMN nice. 

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 i wonder how long the battery would last

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frg1:

 i wonder how long the battery would last

 

Next time try to actually read the review before you post questions that are already answered in it.

"When assessing overall battery life, the system performed as expected, with MobileMark 2007 reporting 1:15hrs of battery life"

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I think he meant if the unit was outfitted with 8800Ms.

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JeffB:
I think he meant if the unit was outfitted with 8800Ms.

thats what i was talking about 

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Aside from the 8800m having more stream processors, faster core and shader clock speeds, and higher bit memory interface the two cards are very similar. Both have the same amount of DDR3 memory, support Directx10 and share the same power saving technologies. Correct me if I am wrong, but I would assume any difference in power consumption to be negligible and thus battery life would be  virtually the same regardless of which card was installed. Although if the cards were being pushed to their absolute limit there may be a slight difference in power consumption but I would still predict it to be rather insignificant.

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I noticed HD-DVD player was listed under the system specs. I wonder when Toshiba will begin offering Blu-Ray players instead?

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