Pros Great screen, nice included features, great sound from the harmon kardon speakers
Cons A little on the big side, but that's about it.
Summary Found a spectacular deal on this notebook and could not pass it up for the money.
Pros Extreme performance, packed with options, fantastic display
Cons No widescreen TV output (s-video only 4:3)
Summary I'm truly amazed with the performance for this machine and with all the good resources packed in it.
The Centrino Duo T2300 delivers a lot of processing power, matched with 2x512 DDR2 and 100GB SATA HD. The TrueBrite display is amazing anywhere.
Pros Good product until they need service.
Cons Customer service is terrible
Summary Buy another brand
Pros easy to use, easly finds wifi connections, with 64 bit operating system can go to 4 gigs of memory
Cons wish it came with a g plus card or n card for wifi instead of regular g card
Summary great machine lots of places to get recovery programs
Pros Pros ("required"): It worked for a while
Cons Factory support AWFUL; reloading factory software = "WRONG MACHINE!" after warranty expires; Toshiba tech said chipset defect ("security") caused it...
Summary t worked fine during the warranty period.
Then I tried to re-load the factory software with XP, which I had done twice during the warranty period with no problem, but got a "WRONG MACHINE!" message. On the internet I googled "wrong machine toshiba" and found what was supposed to be a software fix from toshiba.com; it didn't work. So I called Toshiba. The tech said it was a chipset failure which had to do with a security feature and that I had to send it in, for a charge, to an authorized dealer. He said it was not due to a bios update that could be fixed with software. This seemed like a contradiction: on the web Toshiba offered a software fix as if it was a bios flash issue. The tech claimed it was a hardware problem. I ended up paying for my own copy of XP to run it. Just a few drivers were missing. Guess what? Toshiba didn't want to share the drivers to make it work!!! I was able to get drivers in spite of Toshiba, luckily. What next?