Toshiba Dynabook Qosmio T750 Laptop: Color Changing Case?

As we come to the end of the first month of a new year, we can safely say we have got plenty to look forward to. If its not news of a new smartphone making its way to retailer’s shelves, then its a tablet, TV or even a laptop, and its this very item we wanted to bring you information on. It comes in the form of a Toshiba Dynabook Qosmio T750 laptop, and what makes this unique is the color changing lid!

In appearance, as claimed by the Japanese company, the Qosmio is the first of its kind, with a monochromatic display. As Engadget explains, the T750 works on the principle that when you move the laptop’s position, the color changes, or does it? Some of you out there may be thinking that this concept has in fact been seen before with the MacBook Air, and yes you would be right, but not in the way one would assume.

ColorWare who have come up with this fresh idea, have as PR News stated, used the technique of “Picasus.” From the image, you can see the blue laptop casing has many metallic strands of color meaning that from different angles in different lights the color changes its metallic hue.

For those of you that are into the custom automotive scene, memories of chameleon flip paint jobs will be stirred from back in the day. Cleverly the multi-layers of film give the same effect without the use of expensive paint application.

After being impressed by the classy looks, I suppose we better touch on its internal possessions. With its 15.6-inch LED backlit display, a 2.66GHz Intel Core i5-480M and 4GB DDR 3 memory, the T750 is capable of performance to match its looks. Tell us if a shiny exterior ticks your boxes when choosing a laptop?