Summary: Slightly underpowered but still a very good gaming laptop. Should handle highly textured/3D gaming without any problems. Doesn't have a big hard drive like Qosmio Q708 (J&R# Tos X305Q708), but still a gamer's delight notebook.
Summary: This machine would be a justifiable gaming desktop replacement. Packs 512mb plus dedicated VRAM (Video Random Access Memory) for the main purpose of playing high end games. Surely no downtime with this machine. Of course this isn't a machine you would want to take on long excursions since the battery life on this isn't the best. Mostly meant for a direct AC connection. So if your looking for a gaming laptop, this is a decent choice.
Summary: This is an excellent laptop, that was worth the price tag. While $1600 may turn your average computer user away. It is a low price tag for anyone that is looking for portable gaming. Compare this laptop to an Alienware and you will find a much cheaper model, and just as much power with the Nvidia 9700m GPU. There is not much this laptop can not run.
Excerpt: "...recommend that time is a Toshiba Qosmio This laptop package 2.53GHz Intel Core 2 Extreme processor with four-core CPU, 4GB RAM, and two Nvidia GeForce 9800M GTS video card, each with 512MB of RAM, set up in SLI mode. In addition to running in standard mode SLI graphics, the Qosmio X305-Q708 dial down allows you to use the GeForce 9400M integrated graphics; this increases the battery from the laptop (which is only 1 hour, 24 minutes in full graphics ...