The Satellite U40t features an LCD screen for vivid visuals and accurate colour reproduction. A cinematic viewing experience is achieved through the Satellite U40t's 16:9 aspect ratio and HD display. Customisable integrated and dedicated graphics by Intel® and NVIDIA® offer users an unparalleled graphics performance, a smooth HD video playback and a responsive gaming experience. The Satellite U40t features Wireless Display technology so users can effortlessly stream movies from the laptop to an HDTV or display a business presentation through a big screen in the conference room.
The Satellite U40t's capacitive touchscreen display allows for quick and responsive navigation. The laptop comes with a complete set of full-size ports including two USB 3.0 ports, a USB 2.0 port, an SD card slot and HDMI for multiple backup and connectivity options. Up to seven hours* of battery life is possible on the Satellite U40t, improving portability and convenience for users, as they do not need to charge the device frequently. By automatically adjusting the screen brightness, the LED-backlit display also helps extend the battery life. It further makes long hours of work in front of the laptop more comfortable for the user.
Encased in a stylish, metal chassis for maximum durability, the Satellite U40t is equipped with the latest software security features including Toshiba Password Utility and HDD Password Security. The Intel® version comes with Anti-Theft Technology that allows users to lock down their lost or stolen laptop remotely, protecting their files from unauthorised access. Especially helpful to entrepreneurs, the Satellite U40t's Intel® Identity Protection Technology offers a tamper-resistant method for protecting customer and business data against threats and fraud.
Empowering users to maintain the performance of their device,
*Measured by MobileMark® 2012 (depending on configuration)
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