Toshiba Qosmio X770



Toshiba Qosmio X770

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Incredible power, but the X770 can’t compete with Samsung’s superior Series 7 Gamer as a gaming laptop...

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The Toshiba Qosmio X770-11C is a well-designed DTR for gamers and multimedia fans. The first-class sound, red-backlight keyboard, and the great gaming performance are still the same and worthy of praise. We compared our test model, the X770-11C, with...

By NotebookCheck on

The X770’s bright and crisp screen displays some quality 3D effects, via the bundled Nvidia active shutter glasses. 3D gaming does slow down the frame rates achieved, but the Qosmio has enough graphical firepower, to ensure an immersive and...

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The Qosmio X770's design aside, it's worthy notebook for gamers thanks to its Core i7 CPU and GeForce GTX 560M graphics. Its 3D technology also works well and allows you to immerse yourself in your gaming. On the flipside, its battery life is...

By Good Gear Guide on

The Toshiba Qosmio X770 may have a design that'll appeal mainly to excitable schoolboys, but it's packing some powerful specs and offers a Full HD, 3D-capable screen. If you can put up with the awful battery life, the X770 is a decent option for...


The Toshiba Qosmio X770-107 is a delight for the gamer or multimedia enthusiast with its top-notch performance and screen. There's bundles of power provided by the quad-core processor and 8GB of RAM, plenty of storage space and a Blu-ray Disc drive...

By PC Advisor on

A pricey performer that won't suit everyone, the QOSMIO X770 is a multimedia monster and a gaming Godzilla with awesome audio and very strange looks....

By Pocket-lint on

Although it's easy to dismiss 3D as a gimmick that might disappear in a couple of years, there's no denying its current popularity. As a result, we've seen plenty of 3D-compatible laptops in recent times, such as Sony's ridiculously...

By TechRadar on

I’m impressed with the look and feel of this beast and 3D maybe a gimmick but it’s sets this laptop apart from it’s peers. But for £1700 and an unattractive battery life you’re going need to ask yourself why you’re not...

By RegHardware on

For the 90% of the Australian population who can view a 3D signal, it's never been a better time to watch your movies and games. Nearly every TV on the market is now 3D ready, and we're starting to see the technology spread its immersive...

By APC Magazine on