I'm Scott Stein and it does a look at the Toshiba satellite. 845. TE.
A laptop coming out in time for windows eight launch on October 20 --
How much touch do you want on your laptop that's a question that once you install windows -- you may be asking yourself.
There are certainly ultra portables convertible tablets regular ol' fashioned laptops and in the case of the satellite.
Just adding touch onto that screen -- the capacity of touch -- -- same way you'd expect as on a tablet.
Got a fourteen inch thirteen to six by 768 display you've got your basic core I five processor inside six gigs of ram.
Seven -- fifty gigabyte hard drive there's a full fledged laptop.
But it does have a touch display along with some bells and whistles like carbon card and speakers.
It feels comfortable but the question is would you be would you like to reach across and touch that screen across -- keyboard and -- track pad.
The rest is what you'd expect in a laptop and believe me when -- see a lot of laptops this -- that have touch screens the question is will you wanna pay up for them.
Or will -- be surprisingly affordable compared to use the alternate I'm Scott Stein and that's a quick look at these satellite.
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