Toshiba's Satellite E205: Wireless Media Server

Want to link your laptop to your HDTV without all the annoying cables? Toshiba’s new Satellite E205 might be just what you’re looking for. By Mike Lynch.
By , Last updated on: 12/3/2014

Toshiba’s new Satellite E205 contains a bunch of neat amenities. It has an LED-backlit keyboard (so you can type in dim lighting), a multi-touch touchpad (so you can pinch, swipe, rotate, or scroll through images on the display screen), a dual-core Intel i5 processor (for faster multitasking), a slot-loading recordable DVD drive, and a built-in microphone/webcam. Now combine all of that stuff with a 14” screen, six hours of battery life for, and a cool metallic blue finish and you’ve basically got yourself a dream computer.

However, Toshiba didn’t stop there. The Satellite E205 also contains Intel’s new wireless display (or WiDi) technology. What does it do? Well, using the Satellite E205, you can wirelessly send movies, music, presentations, or websites to your HD television -- all without cluttering your office or living room with annoying wires! Neat, right?

This is a great little computer for people who want a powerful, portable multimedia machine. With an i5 processor and 4 GB of RAM, the Satellite E205 will easily handle all but the most powerful games, movies, and software. But where this computer really differentiates itself is the wireless display technology. The Satellite E205 is among the first applications of this exciting new technology -- fantastic news for multimedia enthusiasts and business users alike.


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