Instead of the L635’s Celeron P4600 processor and 250GB HDD, the new L735D features a 1.3GHz AMD E300 APU and 320GB HDD. Apart from that, the two notebooks are identical, with the L735D retaining, among other things, the 13.3-inch widescreen TrueBrite display and wipeable keyboard found in the original. In addition to the above, the kid-friendly laptop has a couple of USB 2.0 ports, a webcam and a battery capable of lasting five and a half hours on a single charge.
To ensure that kids get to appreciate the E300’s integrated Radeon HD 6310 graphics core, Toshiba is going to ship the L735D with LEGO Harry Potter: The Video Game pre-installed. Besides the game, the laptop will also come with the KidZui browser for kids.