Summary: I've been using the laptop for months now and so far it has been going really well. I have used hundreds on laptops in the past few years because of my profession. I would say this is somewhere in the middle of the road when it comes to laptops in this price range. It's not the thinnest or best quality manufactured item but does not seem like it will be dying on my any time soon. the screen is very good but they keyboard is cheap, no issues with the touchpad.
Summary: What a great laptop for a great price. Has almost everything I need for my daily dues. Only problem I have with this item is that there is no volume control button without having to press the function key. Other than that it has what I need, numerical keypad, decent sized screen, good enough to play most games out at the moment. Great battery life on it so I don't have to worry about having it plugged in for a while.
Summary: I live in Trinidad and Tobago and decided to purchase this product after reviewing many other products. I didn't want to spend more than 500USD so the price was great. The laptop is a bit heavy and the keys are a bit big, which may be a plus to others but its not very appealing to me. I have a toddler that decided to knock the top of the lid on the outside and it cracked slightly so I suggest to ensure to not have any items touch the lid on the outside.
Summary: The first one of these I bought had an issue where, when it came out of sleep, the backlight failed to activate, and only a reboot would help. I called Toshiba tech support and they said the few things I tried already (changing power settings, reinstalling the official video driver from the Toshiba site) where the things I tried, and they suggested I send it back and get a replacement. The second one did not have the problem and so far has been a good computer.
Summary: excellent good laptop reacts to demand that I have tested only thing I would like that in the future have a choice of keyboard and software for Latin American countries can be so sastifechos all consumers of their products
Summary: 95% of all laptops are DESIGNED and manufactured by six Chinese companies. Toshiba, Apple, HP, Dell, Sony, Lenovo, Asus, Acer, et al. are marketing companies, not designers or manufacturers. [...] Pros: quad core; discrete graphics with HDMI output, which plugs into a TV set; 3 USB ports. Con: No mechanical volume control.
Summary: First, for all that spread silly rumors: This laptop SURE DOES have keys for volume down and up; FN+3 and FN+4. Looking at them right now. So. My two weeks with the laptop. Pretty fast for what it is. Mind you, I DO NOT play games. Angry Birds occasionally, but that's it. Pros: Crisp picture Battery life is GREAT - I get about 3.5 hours actively using it, almost 5 hours not actively using it Does not get hot at all Can't think of any cons right now..
Summary: I really liked this laptop a lot but unfortunately received one of the pieces with a faulty BIOS. If you put the laptop to sleep, upon "waking" it, the systems starts (you can tell that by the sound of the hard disk whirring and other system sounds) but the display does not resume and remains dark. I tried reinstalling the display driver but that didn't help.
Summary: Ab und an muss jeder sich ja mal eine neue Hardware beschaffen. Da mein altes Toshiba Notebook so langsam aber sicher nicht mehr den gängigen Hardwareanforderungen standhalten konnte, legte ich mir das Toshiba Satellite L755-161 zu. Bezahlt habe ich damals 699 oder 799 Euronen. Ich bin mir nicht mehr ganz sicher, ist für mein verkalktes Gehirn schon zu lange her.