Toshiba Satellite L755 Specs, Performance and Benchmarks

November 10, 2011 by Charles P. Jefferies Reads (95,852)
Editor's Rating

Ratings Breakdown (1-10)

    • Software & Support
    • 6
    • Upgrade Capabilities
    • 6
    • Usability
    • 6
    • Design
    • 5
    • Performance
    • 6
    • Features
    • 5
    • Price/Value Rating
    • 6
    • Total Score:
    • 5.71
    • Rating 1 to 10, top score 10

Our Toshiba Satellite L755-S5258 review unit has the following configuration:

  • 15.6-inch glossy 720p display (1366×768 resolution)
  • Windows 7 Home Premium 64-bit
  • Intel Core i5-2410M dual-core processor (2.3GHz, 2.9GHz Turbo Boost, 3MB cache, 35W TDP)
  • Intel HM65 chipset
  • Integrated Intel HD graphics
  • 4GB DDR3-1333 RAM (2x 2GB; supports up to 8GB – 2x 4GB)
  • 640GB 5400RPM Toshiba hard drive (MK6475GSX)
  • 802.11n wireless network adapter (Realtek RTL8188CE)
  • No integrated Bluetooth
  • Integrated VGA webcam
  • DVD burner (TSSTcorp CDDVDW TS-L633F)
  • 6-cell Li-ion battery (10.8V, 4200mAh, 48Wh)
  • Weight: 5.3 lbs.
  • Dimensions: 14.96 x 9.84 x 1.09~1.48 inches
  • Price: $689.99

These specifications are almost lacking for a notebook priced at nearly $700. The included 640GB hard drive runs at a pokey 5400RPM and holds back overall performance. 4GB of RAM is the minimum these days; some similarly-priced notebooks offer 6GB. The 1366×768 screen resolution is the lowest offered in this screen size across the industry. The L755 just doesn’t have anything above the bare essentials.

Performance and Benchmarks
The L755 performed well in our benchmarks. Anyone looking for a casual computing device should not be disappointed with its performance. The L755 is not good for the latest 3D games as configured since it has an integrated Intel graphics card, not a powerful Nvidia GeForce or AMD Radeon dedicated card. It’s more than enough for everything else including HD video.

wPrime processor comparison results (lower scores mean better performance):

PCMark Vantage measures overall system performance (higher scores mean better performance):

PCMark 7 is a newer benchmark which measures overall system performance (higher scores mean better performance):

3DMark06 measures overall graphics performance for gaming (higher scores mean better performance):

CrystalDiskMark storage drive performance test:



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