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[] (PR) Toshiba Introduces the Satellite U940 Ultrabook

Toshiba UK today adds the Satellite U940 to its growing family of high powered, stylish and portable Ultrabooks. Encased in an elegant Ice Silver chassis, and featuring a 35.6cm (14") display, the Satellite U940 is the perfect choice for those looking for a lightweight laptop capable of running more demanding tasks the perfect companion for taking on long journeys or using away from a mains power source.

Combining a 3rd generation Intel processor for Ultrabooks with dedicated graphics, the Satellite U940 offers a fast and responsive experience when performing everyday tasks, and is capable of running HD multimedia content smoothly. Integrated graphics also allow casual games to be played with ease, whether installed on the system or running from a browser. The slim chassis accommodates powerful stereo speakers enhanced by SRS Premium Sound 3D for a rich sound experience.

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