Toshiba Satellite Pro A120SE-237 Reviews
Product Type: Toshiba laptops
Description:Model ID PSAC1E-0J3021EN /
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Toshiba Satellite Pro L450D-14VPiece of Crap (187 words)
by Alan - written on 21/11/11
buy this computer! It is a load of st. It is slow and loud, flash games don t even run smoothly, it over-heats incessantly, it has a load of weird Toshiba programs which don t work and just slow it down more, and the mouse is unresponsive. The webcam is crap, the microphone is crap, and the keys which have alternate functions only sometimes work. I got upgraded ram for this and it still is crap. It never played 720p Youtube videos with a decent framerate and now it can barely play 480p. Steer clear of this piece of st. Honestly it is the biggest waste of money. I now hate Toshiba for actually manufacturing this piece of filth and selling it to unsuspecting consumers, so ...