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This product has a FreakScore of 5.7 out of 10 based on 72 scores.
I have had nothing but problems with this computer since I got it, web camera application is a constant problem, just seems to disappear from my computer-no image device listed for it. Have had to re-store sooooo many times and use recovery discs. Which I had to purchase because Toshiba does not supply them. Instead you are suppose to be able to make recovery discs, but for some reason that feature has never worked...cannot back up files to a disc, which left me choice but to pay more $ for something that shouldn't have cost me anything.
The Toshiba Satellite L555 has a 17.3-inch HD+ TruBrite® LED Backlit display that supports a resolution of 1600 x 900 pixels, 720p content and a luminance of 200 cd/m². The notebook supports connectivity via an embedded WLAN interface including draft-n, standard stereo speakers, microphone jack (mono), headphone jack (stereo), built-in microphone and Fast Ethernet LAN (10/100 Mbps). Toshiba ConfigFree™ facilitates configuration of network access. The Satellite L555 also suppor…See more
The Toshiba Satellite L555 has a 17.3-inch HD+ TruBrite® LED Backlit display that supports a resolution of 1600 x 900 pixels, 720p content and a luminance of 200 cd/m². The notebook supports connectivity via an embedded WLAN interface including draft-n, standard stereo speakers, microphone jack (mono), headphone jack (stereo), built-in microphone and Fast Ethernet LAN (10/100 Mbps). Toshiba ConfigFree™ facilitates configuration of network access. The Satellite L555 also supports variety of ports: an HDMI port, a 4-in-1 Bridge Media slot, two USB 2.0 ports and an additional eSATA / USB combo port. A DVD Super Multi (Dual Layer) drive and a VGA web camera supporting Toshiba’s Face Recognition software for log-in to password protected applications are also onboard. The notebook also features Toshiba’s Eco utility and a hard disk drive with up to 250GB of storage space. The Satellite L555 is powered by Turion™ X2 Dual-Core Mobile Processor RM-74 processor, ATI® Radeon™ 3100 graphics card and runs Genuine Windows Vista® Home Premium (SP1, 64-bit).
The Toshiba Satellite L555 is part of the company’s all-purpose portable PCs tailor-made for people looking for a laptop that can handle the basics without breaking the bank. The L555 comes with several choices of screen sizes. These include a 15.6 inch or 16 inch screen. The L555 features 4 GB DDR2 800 MHz of memory, which keeps up with demanding software applications. The notebook also features full-sized black or silver keyboard, a numeric 10-key pad that lets users punch in numbers for budgets and spreadsheets, onboard Wi-Fi® for connectivity at any wireless hotspot that will allow users to connect, shop online, chat, plus share pictures with friends and family. The notebook also features a built-in webcam and microphone to talk face-to-face with friends and family, join a study group, or to videoconference. It also supports dedicated CD/DVD control buttons that lets users launch and play favorite movies and music right away. The notebook also features Fusion™ Finish with its Breeze pattern in Graphite Gray colouring. It comes with a PC Health Monitor that keeps checking the machine and alerts users to issues before they become problems, features Power-Saving Eco Utility that reduces power consumption with no interruption to user’s computing via a press of a button; DVD SuperMulti Optical Drive with Labelflash™ that allows users to play music and watch movies, plus keep disc collection looking smart and organized with designs and IDs personally created.See less
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Does it hook to HDMI.And I got a the G2x from T-mobile and it says dosent recognise the driver.
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I have a Sattellite l555d laptop that is just over 1 month old, the video has gone crazy appearing with a horizontal line about halfway down the screen with the bottom half looking like an epileptic siezure, I have been informed by customer service that this is hardware related and not covered by warrenty and could run as much as $450 to repair!! I paid less then $600 for it on sale. Is this something a lay person can repair?? I can dismantle and reassemble any desktop but I have to admit I know nothing about laptops. Please Help
Answered by strojny85 2011-06-12:
That sucks I will tell you im not much of a computer machinc but i d no that most parts are the same as in a computer to a laptop if you know how to tear a computer a part then tinker with your laptop just dont go grazy most things can be fixed by the average human being its just were to lazy so we send them off to someone who
i uninstalled the application it came with and restarted the lap top , but it still doesn't work at all, keeps saying locked in another application even though nothing else is open with it
Answered by strojny85 2011-06-12:
To be honest the same exact thing happend to mine and i did exactly what you said over and over and kept playing with it and now it