Summary: The $949 Toshiba Satellite P755-S5272 offers great processing power along with a crisp screen and loud and rich audio. However, poor battery life and weak graphics performance keep this notebook from being one of our favorites. We're also not fans of the finish on this laptop. While you give up a Blu-ray drive, the $899 HP Pavilion dv6t offers better graphics, a nicer design, and longer battery life.
Pros: Solid overall performance, Bright and vivid display, Loud and clear audio, Runs cool
Cons: Finish a bit tacky, Weak graphics performance, Short battery life, Small spacebar
Excerpt: It’s kind of amazing what $880 will get you these days: 15.6 inches of laptop, with a Core i5 CPU, 6GB of RAM, a 750 GB hard drive and high-end Nvidia GeForce GT 540M graphics. Laptop buyers looking for all the basics and beyond couldn’t go wrong with specs like this, and Toshiba aims to give it to them with the new Satellite P755 . Performance is decidedly mixed.
Summary: The Toshiba Satellite P755 laptop is touted for its 3D capabilities. It isn't the prettiest laptop I've ever seen, and some aspects of its design (namely its keyboard, its touchpad, and the bright LEDs all over the place) could use some work, but it's a solid performer and it displays 3D very well.