Toshiba Satellite L20-173 Reviews
Product Type: Toshiba laptops
Description:Model ID PSL2XE-01400VGR / Toshiba Satellite L20-173 - Celeron M 360J / 1.4 GHz - RAM 512 MB - HDD 60 GB - DVD±RW (±R DL) / DVD-RAM - Radeon Xpress 200M - WLAN : 802.11b/g - Win XP Home - 15" TFT 1024 x 768 ( XGA ) / The Satellite L20 series combines the latest in mobile technology in ... more
Toshiba Satellite L20-173 ... a sleek design with a 15" display. Powered by the latest mobile processors with wireless connectivity the Satellite L20 is an excellent performer. An ideal notebook for people on the move whether for business or home-use, at a very affordable price.
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