Okay, the first thing I have to do in talking about the Qosimo G40 laptop is give props to Toshiba in picking what is perhaps the best possible screenshot for showing off the new silver color scheme of the Qosimo line, which has traditionally come in your basic black. Silver is the future, though, and so is high-def, which this media-suited notebook is all about. An HD DVD drive (burner as well) and an HDMI 1.3 output mean you can easily hook up the G40 to an HDTV to watch flicks in 1080p (assuming your set can handle that, of course).
The guts of this thing include a 2-GHz Core 2 Duo processor and a 512-MB GeForce Go 8600 GT video card, so feel free to mix it up as much as you want in Command & Conquer 3. Two gigs of RAM and at least 200 GB of storage are expected, Electronista reports, and the price will be in the neighborhood of 3,000 euros (about $4,000, though that could easily drop a bit when and if the G40 ever comes to the U.S.).
Feast your eyes on some glamor shots of the G40 after the jump.