Computer problems can be one of the most frustrating situations any person can go through, especially if it is your primary computer for school or work. Downtime can cause missed assignments, projects, or worse if you manage all of your finances through a computer and can't pay a bill on time. We decided to call up Dell, Toshiba, Lenovo, HP, Gateway, and Apple to see who was the easiest to deal with, and how long the average call was.
Toshiba today updated their entire Satellite notebook lineup in one fell swoop. New designs, processors and innovative features enter the mix with these attractive looking and reasonably priced consumer notebooks.
Today Toshiba announced the new Satellite L350 notebook. This 17-inch notebook is available with AMD or Intel dual core processors, plenty of RAM and tons of hard drive space ... all starting at $750. This isn't an April Fools joke. Let's take a closer look at this new release.
Toshiba, one of the largest notebook manufacturers worldwide, is continuing to release innovative product lines. NotebookReview.com contributor Perry Longinotti spent some time asking Toshiba Canada's Director of Product Marketing, Todd Smith some serious questions about UMPCs, notebook gaming, the death of HD-DVD, and Toshiba's plans for the future.
Today, Toshiba announced that both the popular Satellite X205 gaming notebook and lightweight Satellite U305 will now be available with Intel's latest Penryn Core 2 Duo processors. Continue reading to see what increased power and decreased energy consumption mean for these notebooks.
Toshiba had the M700 Tablet PC on display for some hands-on action at CES, but they also had a new surprise. Welcome the Toshiba UMPC design, which was very sleek looking.
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