Summary: This is the third Toshiba Satellite computer I have bought for family members and they have been a great computers. The only reason that this particular model received four stars is because the keys stick so you really have to tap the keys hard. Like the computer and have no other problems with it.
Summary: I love this laptop. One disadvantage is that the mouse seems to have a mind of its own and things sometimes move when I have not directed them to do so. The resolution is great and it is convenient to carry with me on trips. The keys are a bit too flat for typing without concentrating.
Summary: I bought this computer about 2 weeks ago. I was very impressed with the laptop itself. I immediately had an issue with the lan driver, my pc would log on and off over and over again on its own.
Summary: Looks are nice. The keys will take some time to adjust since they are not like Dell or HP. No dedicated keys for volume control. Nice multi touch pad but not as sensitive as iPhone :). Keys are soft and easy. Clear and loud speakers.
Summary: I've had this computer for almost a month. It was delivered ahead of schedule even though I chose the least expensive route. My only quirk with this computer is they could have a done a little better job with the keyboard. It is a little slick but you get used to it quickly. Love the wide screen.
Summary: There are bugs in BIOS. Make sure you go to Toshiba support and download BIOS 2.1 or higher. I have a Dell Inspirson E1705 (also 17" LCD Laptop) before this one. Although Toshiba satellite L675-S108 is a lot faster, my wife and I like E1705 better.
Pros: Over-sized LED-LCD is a Plus! Ten keys, Stereo Speakers, big 500GB hard drive and 4GB memory. HDMI output Multi-touch pad is cool!
Cons: No hardware volume buttons or dial. Not enough space between regular keyboard (Left) and the ten keys (Right). It could be confusing in the beginning. Multi-touch pad is quite sensitive. I accidiently change the zoom rate in IE8 many times.