Toshiba Satellite L755D-S5162- The New Best Seller

Toshiba Satellite

Toshiba Satellite

Toshiba Satellite is a part of Toshiba’s offer for long time; it stands for a middle range notebook solution and it represents the middle ground between performance and portability.

The top cover has a silver glossy finish and an appealing print design. The screen frame and keyboard are dressed in black, but the touch pad follows the print of the laptop making it not a lot distinguishable.

L755D-S5162has a 15, 6Inc. HD wide screen with LED-back light and TruBrite technology, with (1366×768) HD, it is not perfect resolution for a 15 Inc. notebook, but it will be enough for regular consumers.

The outside of the laptop has standard connections given, 3 x USB 2.0, one has sleep and charge tech. There is a HDMI port also a VGA output for additional monitors. Standard Ethernet, headphones and microphone jacks a memory card reader and a DVD drive.

The notebook is full with high quality internal parts. AMD squad“AMD A6-3420M” that works on 1, 5 GHz, but with the power boost capability it can go to 2,4GHz. Also there is the“ATI Radeon-HD 6520G” graphic card that supports DirectX 11,enabling the notebook to run all the software, render graphics and  play the movies without any lag. The (MaxxAudio) chip is going to boost the quality of sound,facing you with the satisfaction of listening the highest squeaks and lowest growls. It has built in a standard WI-FI802.11 n standard connection adapter, but it doesn’t have a Bluetooth.

The battery is 6 cells and it holds up 3 – 5 h. normal usage,it is more than regular for a notebook with these characteristics. This time shortened when you are watching movies or playing games, but it should be at least 2 h.

This makes this notebook a great peace of hardware for $500, making it the next bestseller.

2 comments
Azure James
Azure James

I got something like that at Wal-mart for $400. It can run about 8 tabs at a time without slowing down, which is fast enough for me. Only complaint is that the keyboard is a pain in the butt to get used to. It just requires a lot of force to press the keys, I think. Azure James

James
James

Thank you for this information. Recently, a friend asked about good deals in laptops. And he asked about the Toshiba brand. This information was quick to catch my eye as a point of reference.