Summary: First and foremost, the SSD installed is 102 GB not 128GB which is odd. Either way, still very fast and sleek. I've had it for a few days and am impressed. I'm a indie writer/director and have installed Final Draft as well as Sony Vegas on it.
Summary: Link to Video Review: [...] This is a video review from the HowToAndMore YouTube Channel: [...] This is a very sleek laptop with a thin profile but has some issues you're going to want to know about before making your purchase.
Specs mention 5400 rpm in details - its a 128GB SSD only
26 November 2012
Summary: Love this machine. had it for almost a year now and is flawless, much more durable than it looks. Only downside is the limited 128GB SSD, ok for some users not all, esp when you want to take camera and video backups on travel.
Summary: I purchased this laptop in March of 2012 for about $995 shipped. It's still around that price now, I believe. This laptop really holds its value well. Definitely one of the lightest laptops out there, if not in the world, right now. It's incredibly fast and loads up almost instantaneously.
Summary: I've owned this for about 3 months now and it's a great machine, my favorite laptop ever. Light, fast, big bright screen, boots almost as fast as my iPad, weighs almost as little, does so much more. I wish it had more USB ports, but besides that, it's a dream.
Summary: I have my own personal thoughts about people who use ultrabooks and macbooks, little of it is good.
Pros: Light weight. Sleek look. Quick boot time, faster than a macbook air. Good wifi reception. Nice looking display. Metal case.
Cons: 128GB SSD to me is small for a complete all around machine for business use, by the time you install line of business software, office applications, and user data you have to start watching what you have on it. No 10 key, not that there is space for it. No backlit keys.
Summary: I have sold and worked with laptops since 1993...on two different continents. Back in 1993 the big thing was color screens and CD-Roms. They had trackballs or room for a standard size 16-bit VESA card and PCMCIA was the standard for add-on cards. Forget Internet or Wifi. This was for Windows 3,1.
Summary: Ordered it online and it came on time. Was very happy with it. It is sleek and everything I expected it to be. A lot of reviews complain about it's keyboard being really shallow and finicky but unless you have giant sized hands, you will be completely fine typing on it!
Summary: I purchased this Toshiba Ultrabook in April, mainly because of the light weight, the thinness and the SSD Hard Drive. It is very fast when booting from cold (20 seconds) and the hard drive makes all the functions very fast.