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Toshiba Satellite Pro L20

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Toshiba Satellite Pro L20 - Pentium M 750 / 1.86 GHz - Centrino - RAM 512 MB - HDD 80 GB - DVD±RW (±R DL) / DVD-RAM - GMA 900 - WLAN : 802.11b/g - Win XP Pro - 15" TFT 1024 x 768 ( XGA )

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      18.10.2008 16:37
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      Wouldnt recommend for anyone other than causal users

      I'm fairly new to laptops having been used to working with PCs for most of my student and working life. My boyfriend and I received a second hand Toshiba Satelite Pro my his parents after they decided to upgrade and buy something a bit lighter and more powerful, I know know why they wanted to get rid of it!

      I cant comment on the value for money of this laptop as we recieved it as a gift but with regards to power, it's fairly crap. Once the laptop is turned on it takes anything from 2-20 minutes to fire up and get going, yes it once took 20 minutes! it has such a poor processor and low memory that it struggles to get going (much like me first thing in the morning)

      Once everything has kicked in and the laptop has going it's fine and a perfectly good machine for casual, leisure use. I doubt it would stand up to the rigours of working from home or on the move though, the keyboard is too annoyingly small for that and the keys often stick.

      All in its a decent machine though suffers from lethargy more often that not.

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        11.06.2006 21:28
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        Company is reliable but Celeron's performance in general is not so reliable. Big screen is a minus.

        Toshiba's reliability is well known for decade. The name is enough to trust the quality. It does not heat up like
        American brands, e.g. IBM and Dell etc. Unless there is huge difference in the price, it is better to buy intel than Celeron; their performance is not as good as intel motherboards. 15" screen although is good for watching movies but diffifult to carry around and handle in general. It is quite difficult to call it laptop for its size.

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      • Product Details

        For outstanding functionality at a truly affordable price, look no further than Toshiba's Satellite Pro series portable PCs. They are built to deliver impressive specs together with exceptional value-for-money, an unbeatable price/performance combination that ensures the world's most advanced mobile technology is accessible to every portable computer user.

        The Satellite Pro series puts the latest performance, multimedia, storage and display technologies within reach. With a number of configurations to choose from, the Satellite Pro series lets you pick and choose which technologies are right for you. The Satellite Pro series offers an incredible multimedia experience. Featuring dazzling graphics, these impressive portables give you much more than you'd expect. For maximum value in multimedia portable computers, nothing else compares.