Summary: ... the dongle connecting the keyboard and mouse to the computer. Tried many times with many different configurations: 1) putting the dongle in and then turning on the computer 2) vice-versa - turning on the computer and then putting the dongle in 3) pressing "connect" while the computer was turning on (couldn't press all three buttons (dongle, mouse, keyboard) at one time however, having only two hands) 4) tapping the mouse button, scrolling, tapping the keyboard keys...
Summary: My kids and I love this computer although it was hard to get used to the windows 8 and we are still confused by it. My biggest complaint is that the computer came pre-loaded with tons of software like norton, toshiba health, games app, etc. Within the first few weeks I started getting a "Windows is low on memory" warning. The computer has 8gb of RAM and I had nothing running at the time. I ended up having to pay $30 for clean up software to fix the warning.
Summary: Negatives: 1. Monitor's third leg makes the viewing angle too extreme. It would be better to have a design enabling it to be more upright. (closer to 90 degree angle). 2. CD/DVD holder on side of unit is made of cheap plastic and is flimsy. 3. USB ports are located on the left side of the unit and is difficult to get to. I am right handed and I have my desk set up with my computer on the right side of my desk and my printer on the left.
Summary: This was my 2nd all in one desktop of this model. The 1st one which was delivered, was not working. 2nd one delivered from Amazon, was OK. The computer is nice and easy to use. The monitor picture quality is very good. I wish to add one important thing: After my bad experience with the 1st one, paid through Amazon but delivered by Amazon 3rd party, in future, I will order ONLY directly from Amazon and not from any 3rd party !!
Summary: I did some research to campare products/read product feedback. With a teen who loves minecraft - speed and RAM size is important. One thing not noted in the product specs is that RAM on this Toshiba desktop can go up to 16GB (comes with 6 GB). For about $75 (maybe less if you look), you can buy an 8GB card. Unscrew a hatch in the back - just pop/plug it in. There are 2 card slots available (standard). The only bummer - I hoped to go from the 6GB (loaded) RAM to 14GB.
Summary: I received this several days ago as a gift to replace my much-abused 4-year-old Toshiba laptop. I wanted a larger, higher-resolution screen but without the clutter of a traditional desktop or floor-standing model. At less than half the price of my 2008 laptop but with considerably more power and of course a much bigger and better display, the LX835-D3210 seems likely to meet my needs for as long as the laptop did, assuming it holds up.
Summary: Bought this to replace a laptop that died. This is my third Toshiba product. While I have had minor issues with previous Toshiba's, I've still never been a fan of the 'American' brand computers. Pro's: Great screen, easy setup, fast, etc etc. Over all very nice. Touch screen is nice but don't see me using it much. USB 3.0 is quicker than 2.0, but still doesn't scream like most specs say it will. And I had 3.0 3.5" external drives that I was transfering data between.