Summary: I like this laptop. It comes with DVD and touch screen. It is a bit slow and I'm not sure if it accept 3d dads or not . I like it very much and it works for me. I had to start all over again with the window 8 and frankly I don't like some of its apps like Netflex. so I uninstalled the app and just use a short cut of it. If I had to decide to buy it again I would have bought this item again.
Summary: I really like the model itself, it's everything I want: small, touch screen, the surface doesn't get dirty, keyboard is nice, but its super glitchy! So far I've switched out for THREE separate computers. Two came from 2 separate Best Buys in Seattle and another (from Best Buy) in Salt Lake City.
Summary: Micro$oft's pushing Windows 8 has forced manufactors (e.g. Toshiba) to produce half baked goods such as this. After testing this laptop, I found issues with the interface drivers, especially the wifi drivers written by either Toshiba or msft. supplied to unreliable and it may have been rushed to completion in order to meet Win 8 debut. The wifi issue was critical and therefore always made me unsure of taking this on the road.
Summary: I'm pretty happy with this for what it is. I wanted something lighter but at 4.3 pounds it competes with some ultra books and has a cd drive. The keyboard is very comfortable and the touch pad behaves the way you want it to -- neither sticky nor hyper-responsive. Both these features are critical for me for ergonomic reasons.