Summary: I purchased my L755 in December of 2011. It is a nice product for the price, and at first I was thrilled with it. The only deficiency coming out of the box was the battery life. It is advertised as 4-5 hours, when in reality it only lasts that long while resting. If you actually use the computer, the battery lasts about 2-2.5 hours. If you run media like video and movies, that life goes down to 1.5-2 hours.
Summary: Pros: Love the new mouse. It is much faster then my desktop to boot. The WIFI instantly found and connected to my home WIFI. The design and feel is great. Cons: No keyboard back light. And there is no way to adjust the contrast. The display is a little washed out. Even after I lowered the brightness. Hard to see the light colored text. Summary: Don't waste you money. Shame on you Toshiba for make this crappy Laptop.
Summary: I did not buy from Amazon but it was less than $400 at a local brick and mortar with blue shirts. Thought this laptop was a terrific deal. After a little over 2 weeks, it wouldn't boot up. Just a black screen. Called Toshiba to send it for repairs. The local store only had a 2 week return policy, which sucks too. (Never buying anything from them again.
Summary: I've been fairly disappointed with this computer. At around $500 it's obviously not the priciest laptop, but after 2 1/2 months it sort of has the feel of a plodding, elderly computer. I think I'd had it for about 12 days before it froze and Windows failed to start and I've had other significant crashes and continual problems with speed since then. I've done virus scans, spyware scans, disc scans, reinstalled programs, etc with no real solution to these problems.