Please please please do your research before spending money on a Toshiba laptop. Many of their models have two design flaws related to the power system: one causes the plate surrounding the keyboard to cause an internal short, which Toshiba will fix at no charge; the other causes a break in the solder connecting the ac adaptor input to the internal power system to break, and Toshiba will not fix it if out of warranty. At several hundreds of dollars to repair, it's not worth fixing, so my 16-month old laptop is now a very expensive boat anchor. Please check the netscape user forum, the stories are legion. I've replaced it with an HP and went ahead and sprung for the extended warranty.
Well, I'm looking at buying a toshiba laptop, the qosmio g25, a desktop replacement. It seems like an awesome notebook, except that I might do a little gaming with it, and the 128 megs of graphics card RAM it has seems a little on the small side. Would there be any possible way to devote some of the system RAM to the graphics card for better performance? (I know graphics cards don't come cheap, especially laptop ones, so I don't wanna deal out extra cash after already buying this wallet-shrinker.)