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>> Scott Stein: Hi, I'm Scott Stein. We're here at CES 2010, looking at laptops and laptop technology. And we've seen a lot of interesting machines, and one of the new technologies they're most most excited about is the Intel wireless display technology, which enables you to wirelessly stream video without using wires over a Netgear box to any TV via HDMI or RCA. And there are few laptops that are first to market with this technology built-in with the new mobile Intel processors.
Now, there are a couple of laptops that are debuting to be the first to have this built-in: the Toshiba Satellite E205 is one of the first. It's available exclusively through Best Buy-- it is part of their Blue Label program -- which offers a bit of a different, unique distinct design as compared to some of their other machines. It's got a very sleek, blue design, it's got a Core I mobile processor, 500-gig hard drive, and it's got a backlit keyboard, which is nice. It also has a slot-loading DVD drive, which is not very common for Toshiba Satellite laptops. And built into the back is the Intel wireless display technology, which again, works over a sort of a Wi-Fi bridge that's particularly made between the Netgear box and it. And it's great to have built-in. It's actually one of the reasons why we love this idea so much.
The Toshiba Satellite E205 will be available exclusively at Best Buy and Best Buy Online at $999 in a fixed configuration, starting just next week. I'm Scott Stein at CES 2010, and this is the Toshiba Satellite E205.
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