-- Scott Stein with CNET taking a look at the Toshiba satellite -- with eight -- five W.
You wait for five w.'s one of several triple -- that Toshiba hasn't failed with the third generation Intel Core I series ultra book processors that -- just -- out.
-- an ultra widescreen ultra book.
Really putting the ultra and ultra with a fourteen point four inch 219 aspect ratio screen with 1792. By 768 resolution.
That's big enough to put a lot of documents side by side and it is large enough to watch nearly any movie without any letter boxing whatsoever.
Seems gimmicky but if you think about -- space you'll save with black bars.
And the screen size that you're gonna get compared to -- you know maybe at fifteen entry and a sixteen inch screen.
I could be worth the for movie watchers and maybe for those -- but -- documents side by side like that.
And it is 99 which is not too expensive for a gimmicky technology like this can be more than gimmicky if you enjoy widescreen.
I want to see how this is -- -- use it at point eight inches thick.
It's not unreasonable and it's not as wide as you think it'll fit -- any airline seat.
Reasonably comfortably I'm Scott Stein and that's it would be Toshiba satellite ready for prime W.
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