- Product Name
TOSHIBA L750 CORE i7-2670M 6GB RAM 640GB HDD 15.6 CSV DVDRW GF-1GB (PSK2ZA-006001)Australian Owned International Distribution
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The Toshiba Satellite L750 is a multimedia notebook aimed squarely at private users with average requirements and who want to occasionally play a little game besides office tasks, pictures and movies. It features 15.6" Widescreen HD LED Display, Intel Core i7-2670QM processor and 640GB SATA Hard Drive Size. The Toshiba Satellite L750 is finished in a glossy grey patterned finish on the lid and palm-rest with a black escutcheon on the screen and keyboard. There is a variation which offers an all-white finish which may please the “minimalist” look. The limitation with the glossy finish is that finger marks can show up more easily, thus becoming a high-maintenance finish. The L750 has the same size and thickness as the other laptops in its class thus being able to fit in drawers or old-fashioned writing desks. The keyboard is a full-width keyboard with a regular numeric keypad. This works well for touch-typing yet has a “level” feel. There is a trackpad which is highlighted by a rough surface on the palmrest as well as two large glossy buttons that work as the equivalent of the mouse buttons. The Toshiba Satellite L750 has a pair of small speakers located above the keyboard but the sound reproduction is the typical quality for most mainstream laptops. If you want to get the best sound out of this one, you would have to connect it to good headphones or speakers or a nice sound system. Due to the use of the NVIDIA discrete graphics subsystem and dedicated graphics memory, this computer would work well for proper graphics performance on most games and multimedia applications. One feature that may annoy some users is the use of a glossy screen. This would cause distracting reflections in well-lit environments like outdoors or most household family rooms. The Toshiba Satellite L750 doesn’t implement the dual-graphics functionality that allows for battery economy during basic text-editing or Web-browsing tasks. This has caused it to run out of power too quickly on text-based or mixed-task work including Web browsing. For the price range, the computer shows very good build quality. It also hasn’t shown a tendency to run too hot which will benefit those who use high-performance applications. Overall, The Toshiba Satellite L750, is recommended for use as a “family computer” for most households where it will get a lot of use. As well, it would also work well for small-business users who just want to get started with a “work-home” laptop.