Not everything in life is black and white. Toshiba knows this and their latest laptop explores several colors in the spectrum. The Qosmio T750 features a color-changing surface developed by Toure Melhan called Picasus. It’s like a hologram of sorts because it changes color according to the viewing angle. Toshiba says it’s even environment-friendly because Picasus doesn’t use metals for the color-changing ability. Instead, it uses nano particles on several layers of polyester laminate. Inside the laptop is an Intel 2.66GHz core i5 processor, 4GB of RAM and 750GB of hard disk space. $TBD.
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