This is what we all dream about,a Toshiba Qosmio X500, a big monster on our side. Throw away your desktop, the brain trust at Toshiba has every gamers demand dialed in. This 18.4 inch displayed piece of lunacy has to be praised. If you don’t respect the Toshiba Qosmio X500 it will hurt you.
There aren’t too many 18-inch computers out that can come close to the Toshiba Qosmio X500. It has a great audio system, an Intel i7 processor and a newer generation of the NVIDIA graphic card. What has to be done is for the world to realize that desktops are for corporate flunkies and computers like the Toshiba Qosmio X500 will be the spearhead of the revolution. It has a back-lit keyboard helping you remained one hundred percent focused during a gaming marathon. The keys are smooth helping increase nimbleness. High-level gamers know that every millisecond counts and having an even surface steps up your game to a point close to invincible.
There are a few cons to address though. With such a large display the glare can be irritating. Also the size of the Toshiba Qosmio X500 decreases this computers mobility. Toshiba is going into uncharted territories with this computer so there are always be a few stumbles along the path of technological superiority.
It has a high gloss surface that screams, “Look at me, I’m out of control!” With this there is a tendency for fingerprints to mysteriously appear. By having a black and red color scheme, the Toshiba Qosmio X500 stands out in the 18-inch display crowd. Alienware goes over the top with their casing design; Toshiba approaches their externals with more of an eye for refinement. There is enough contrast in colors to get everybody’s attention but not too much make people believe they are at a carnival.
It’s difficult to change the habits of the consumer and Toshiba understands this. With all the technologies slowly converging promising a brighter future its difficult to know what you will cover your gaming desires. The Toshiba Qosmio X500 has a few areas that need development but overall there should be no reason to go without this modernistic phenomenon.