Summary: Display Update. The small sister, X770-10J, with a weak HD+ display: dull colors and restricted viewing angles. Has Toshiba built in a first-class panel in the more expensive 3D model?
Pros: Great program performance, Keyboard with backlight, Strong gaming performance, Switchable graphics, 3D games running with Shutter glasses, Strong contrast panel, Great viewing angles, Blu-ray drive, Great sound, Relatively low temperatures
Cons: Few ports, GPU throttling under full load, Thickness / weight, Loud even while idle, Wobbly display cover
Summary: Bird of Paradise. Never an easy feat for a laptop to stand out of the crowd of gaming notebooks, but Toshiba's Qosmio X770-10J pulls it off. The 17 inch notebook has it all: an interesting design, potent high-end hardware and clever features such as keyboard backlight and automatic graphics switching. All-in-all, a very well-rounded package which will be sure to entice more than a few buyers.
Pros: High program performance, Backlight keyboard, Good gaming performance, Graphics switching, Blu-Ray drive, Great sound, The practical backlight of the keyboard.
Cons: Meager connectivity, GPU throttling under full load, Notebook measurements and weight, Wobbly display cover, Modest display, A good display.
Summary: The Toshiba Qosmio X75's graphics card sits in the middle of the pack of powerful video cards, but it will still run most games on the highest graphics settings. This gaming notebook also features up to 32GB of RAM. With its dual hard drives with more than 1.25TB of space, the Qosmio also gives you a place to store your movies, music and games.
Pros: Features such as hard drive size and a powerful graphics card on the base configuration of Qosmio X75 are above average for most of the best affordable gaming laptops.
Cons: You can’t fully customize the X75, and you are limited to a few changeable options on the X70 model.
Excerpt: Toshiba might not have the greatest pedigree when it comes to gaming laptops, but the latest Qosmio certainly has a specification to be proud of. With a quad core processor, dedicated graphics, Full HD 3D screen and a Blu-ray optical drive on board, this large laptop has the potential to challenge desktop PCs for features and performance.
Conclusion: The QOSMIO X770 is a monster of a multimedia and gaming system, from the size to the specification to the design, to the fairly hefty price tag. It certainly won't suit everyone, and it's overkill as a general purpose notebook, although you wouldn't have any complaints about performance for video editing, 3D rendering and transcoding. This monster is all about entertainment, especially with the 3D support.
Pros: Fantastic sound, impressive HD screen, all-round entertainment capability from Blu-ray and 3D, serious gaming
Cons: Disturbingly clicky touch pad buttons and a garish plastic case let down the otherwise impressive build quality, and between the battery life and the size it's a stretch to call the QOSMIO X770 portable
A 3D gaming notebook with a questionable design, but plenty of power under the hood
Good Gear Guide.au
20 August 2011
Summary: The Qosmio X770's design aside, it's worthy notebook for gamers thanks to its Core i7 CPU and GeForce GTX 560M graphics. Its 3D technology also works well and allows you to immerse yourself in your gaming. On the flipside, its battery life is poor, it doesn't support RAID, its build quaity could be better and the quality of the screen isn't great.
Pros: Great performance, Sound quality, 3D technology, Good keyboard
Cons: Design and build quality, Average screen, Very short battery life, No RAID
Conclusion: O Toshiba Qosmio X770-11C é um DTR bem projetado para gamers e fãs da multimídia. O som de primeira categoria, teclado com iluminação posterior vermelha, e o ótimo desempenho dos jogos ainda são os mesmo e dignos de elogios. Comparamos o nosso modelo de teste, o X770-11C, com o X770-10J (primeiro modelo de teste).