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 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.
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.
The Toshiba NB250 is fairly good by netbook standards, although it doesn't break any new ground
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
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 L300 may be relatively heavy and suffer when it comes to battery life, but its good build quality and low price tag make it an attractive option for those after a stay-at-home laptop
The Toshiba Equium L40-17M strikes a good balance between price and performance. It's capable of most tasks apart from gaming and while it may not have the most recent or powerful components, it makes the most of what it's got
The Toshiba R850 offers good performance and is comfy to use, thanks to its excellent keyboard and anti-glare screen. The fact it also includes integrated mobile broadband helps to make it a pretty compelling option for those after a laptop to use on the go.
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
The Toshiba Portege R600 isn't as sexy as some of its rivals, but business users will love its super-light chassis, comfortable keyboard and integrated 3G modem, which allows Internet access almost anywhere
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.
The version of the Toshiba Satellite L650 that we reviewed, the L650-12Q, is a fabulous budget laptop. Its battery life is disappointing, but it will cope well with just about anything asked of it
The featherlight, flexible Portege X20W-D shows Toshiba hasn't lost its touch when it comes to business laptops, delivering a solid 2-in-1 that's ready for long flights, boardroom presentations and coffee shop brainstorms.
The Toshiba Satellite P855 10G might not be the most thrilling laptop to look at but it offers powerful components, a Full HD screen and a Blu-ray drive, making it a worthy option for media enthusiasts.
The Toshiba NB100 has its good points, such as its impressive TruBrite display and good battery life, but the cramped keyboard and lack of Bluetooth support are big letdowns
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