The Tecra M3 and S2 feature enhancements in processing, graphics, security and memory over the existing lines of notebooks, the company said. The products feature Intel'smobile technology and Pentium M processors with a 533MHz front side bus, integrated wireless local-area network connectivity and a 915 Express chipset. Both notebooks have GeForce Go 6 Series PCI Express bus graphics processors from Nvidia.
For wireless connectivity, the Tecra M3 offers Gigabit Ethernet, a V.92 modem, infrared and optional Bluetooth, and a choice of Wi-Fi connection.
The trusted platform module encryption chip provides file storage protection, identity protection and safeguards for corporate data-?both from external software attacks and physical theft.
The Tecra S2 has optional Bluetooth and two wireless networking choices, Toshiba said. A CD writer and DVD-ROM are optional in S2, while M3 comes with a SelectBay CD-RW/DVD-ROM, the computer maker said.
The Tecra M3 is now available with prices starting at $1,799, while Tecra S2s start at $1,200, the company said.
Thehas seen lots of action lately with new releases by leading makers such as , , IBM and Apple featuring new processors and other features.
Toshiba on Wednesday also announced graphics upgrades to the Tecra A4-S211series. The Tecra A4 can be configured to feature discrete graphics from eitheror , the company said. The Tecra A4-S211 is priced at $1,399.