Conclusion: One problem that I have had with it is it never wants to return correctly from hibernate mode. I’m sure this could probably be fixed with a software update and I will delve into that later. For now I will just remember to shut it down when packing it in my bag. I’ll be putting on my tech hat and delving into fixing that when I have time. (HA!)If you are looking for a small, but hard working laptop this Toshiba can definitely make you happy.
Toshiba T235-S1345 AMD Turion II Notebook Review - Entering the Nile
18 October 2010
Excerpt: Earlier this year AMD released big news: 135 new design wins with major manufacturers including Acer, ASUS, Dell HP, Lenovo, Toshiba and more. These victories are a badly needed boost for AMD, which has been trailing Intel in the mobile space for years. These many of these new designs are based on a new platform AMD is calling Nile - and the Toshiba T235 is among the first Nile notebooks to hit the market.
Summary: Simply put, the Toshiba Satellite T235-S1350 is the best value-priced ultraportable on the market today, mixing great looks with an industry leading keyboard, strong battery life, and solid performance. The AMD-powered Satellite T235D-S1345 offers somewhat better graphics performance and is $20 to $30 cheaper, but its lesser battery life, weaker wireless scores, and slower storage speeds aren't worth the miniscule savings.
Pros: Sleek design is available in three colors, Long battery life, Great keyboard, Crisp smooth HD video playback