Summary: Over the last few years we’ve seen Toshiba struggle a bit to stand out for the right reasons. With competition from SONY and NEC along with internal restructuring and a shift in the market, Toshiba hasn’t been as strong as they’ve been in the past.
Pros: Well-placed interfaces, Solid keyboard, Good display contrast, Bright display with good contrast, Solid keyboard
Cons: Housing with processing weaknesses, Display gives slightly when touched, Sluggish hybrid hard drive, Below-average performance, Wobbly touchpad, Housing with processing weaknesses, sluggish hybrid hard drive, below-average battery life
Summary: Long-lasting versatility. The Toshiba Satellite Radius P50W is a classy-looking convertible equipped with 4th-generation Core i5 processor, a generous amount of RAM and storage, and a 15.6-inch, multi-touch Full-HD IPS touchscreen. How useful is the 360-degree flip-and-fold design?
Pros: slim & appealing design, solid construction, long battery life, IPS display, backlit keyboard, The solid design, upscale looks and the IPS display.
Cons: expensive, can get quite warm, conventional, slow hard drive, underwhelming webcam, display dims on battery, An SSD option. Higher brightness on battery.
Summary: The Toshiba Satellite Radius P50W is an economical and stylish multimode convertible.The slim chassis with aluminum surface and high quality build material add up to its market value. The CPU/GPU combination, RAM and storage capacity shows higher performance f the system cmpared to its rivals.
Summary: The first notebook with a 4K display, the $1,799 Satellite P50T delivers arresting detail along with vivd hues. The P50T matches that eye-popping screen with plenty of power by combining a Core i7 processor with an AMD GPU.
Summary: Silver arrow. Toshiba sent us a 15.6-inch multimedia notebook after we already reviewed two larger 17-inch devices. How does the silver colored aluminum device perform and what can you expect from the Satellite P50-A-11L?
Pros: Noble design and solid build quality, High multimedia performance, Powerful and good sound system, The thin and noble aluminum design and the surprisingly good speakers.
Cons: Dark and glossy display, Limited viewing angles and visible blue cast, Throttling under maximum load, No SSD, Fan exhaust on the right side of the case, A notebook for almost 1,000 Euros (~$1369) should be equipped with a small SSD.
Summary: Toshiba's latest range of laptops sport a smart new look, and the Satellite P50 is no different. It has a well-balanced connectivity feature set but offers quite basic performance. But should it be your next purchase?
Pros: Stylish, metallic look, Well-built for its price, Hard drive space of 750GB, Pleasant audio playback
Summary: More “desktop replacement” than “portable computer”, the Satellite P50t by Toshiba comes chock full of goodies, with a full-length keyboard and Full HD display. The notebook is neither as thick (nor as heavy) than the offerings of yore, with about the same size as the Satellite L40.
Toshiba Satellite P50 pictures and hands-on: 4K display squeezed into 15.6in laptop
19 March 2014
Excerpt: With so many laptops available on the market, it takes something special to stand out. The Toshiba Satellite P50 laptop does just that: by cramming a 4K resolution into a 15.6-inch screen. And it looks awesome.
Summary: We’re a generation that may very well be exposed to the largest line-up of pixel-variant gadgets. Right from a 240p smartwatch to these huge TV’s with 4K, we’ve perhaps seen it all. But we’re cramming more and more pixels in every type of display we can think of.