There's not a great deal wrong with the Toshiba Satellite A500. It's pretty fast, relatively affordable and very solidly built. Give it a gander if you're looking for a decent multimedia machine with plenty of features
Gaming isn't the forte of our version of the Toshiba Satellite L775, the L775-119. In most other areas, though, this is a fine 17.3-inch laptop, offering a great screen, comfortable keyboard and speedy performance.
While the 15.6-inch Toshiba Satellite Pro C660-17J is cheap, its limited range of ports, pedestrian performance and uninspiring build quality mean this laptop doesn't really offer good value for money.
The configuration of the Toshiba Tecra M11 that we've reviewed, the M11-11M, boasts a fast processor and sturdy build quality, but its short battery life is disappointing and it's no oil painting.
They may be bulky and look rather boring, but the machines in Toshiba's Satellite L350 series are commendable desktop-replacement laptops if you need a big screen on a budget. A weak graphics chip rules out gaming, though
Laptops with 13-inch displays are usually decent, as they tend to offer a great blend of performance and portability. But this isn't the case with the configuration of the Toshiba Satellite U500 that we reviewed, the U500-1EX. It's heavy, it's cumbersome and its gimmicky touch-sensitive display spoils the image quality so much you'll think there's something wrong with the laptop
Our version of the Toshiba Portege R830, the R830-138, offers great performance and some smashing features, such as integrated mobile broadband. There's no denying that it's very expensive for a 13-inch laptop, though.
The Toshiba Satellite P500 is fabulous in most respects, but flawed in some crucial areas. It has an excellent, large, 18.4-inch screen, but its resolution is disappointing. It has a big, attractive chassis, but its keyboard and mouse are poor. Buy it if you're looking for a PC that doubles as a Blu-ray player, but be prepared to compromise
The 12.1-inch Toshiba Portege M780 gives you the freedom of laptop or tablet operating modes, but it's too unattractive and bulky for our tastes
The Toshiba NB200 offers up pretty much everything a good netbook should, and then chucks in a couple of extras, such as a shock-protected hard drive and a USB port that can charge mobile devices when the netbook's turned off or asleep
The Toshiba NB520 netbook might lack the flashy design of some of its competitors, but decent performance, great speakers and impressive overall usability mean it's good value for money.
The Toshiba NB250 is fairly good by netbook standards, although it doesn't break any new ground
The Toshiba Qosmio X500-128 isn't quite as quick as the very fastest gaming laptops on the market, but it's certainly not far behind. If you're looking for laptop with an enormous screen and high-speed graphics, you should think seriously about adding it to your shopping list
The Toshiba Portege Z830 is extremely slim and light, and we're delighted to see Toshiba's crammed in an ample port selection. We hope it doesn't turn out to be too expensive, as this laptop will need to be cheap to compete with the MacBook Air.
With its supermodel looks and beefy performance, the 13.3-inch Toshiba Satellite R630 is a top-class ultra-portable laptop.
The Toshiba NB500 is a good all-round netbook, but its design is rather ho-hum. You can easily find the same features wrapped up in a more appealing package elsewhere.
The 3D-capable Toshiba Satellite P775 doesn't bring anything particularly new to the table, but this 17.3-inch laptop does offer a dream team of high-end components.
The Toshiba Satellite Pro L40-12S performs much better than its £300 price tag would imply. It's not up to gaming and battery life could be better, but for such a low price what do you expect?