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Toshiba Satellite 14.4" Core i5 532GB Ultrabook

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Product Description

Product Description From Manufacturer: Toshiba Satellite U845W-S430 UltrabookTM ?Intel® CoreTM i5-3317U Processor ?Windows 8 ?6GB DDR3 1600MHz memory ?Intel® Integrated Graphics ?500GB HDD (5400 RPM, Serial ATA) with 32GB (system use only) solid state disk cache ?Sold Separately: Toshiba USB Portable DVD SuperMulti Drive ?Intel® Wi-Fi® Wireless networking (802.11b/g/n + WiDi Capable) ?Bluetooth® V4.0 ?Click pad pointing device with multi-touch control ?Premium Raised Tile LED Backlit Keyboard (black) ?Li-Ion (54Wh, 4-Cell) ?1-USB (3.0) port with USB Sleep and Charge ?2-USB (3.0) ports Intel® CoreTM i5 Processor Part Number: PSU5XU-001003 Software, Support and Security Security and ProtectionHDD Recovery,

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Screen Size14.4 inches
Max Screen Resolution1024X738
ProcessorIntel Core i5
RAM6 GB ddr3
Hard Drive500 GB
Average Battery Life (in hours) 4 hours
Item model numberU845W-S430
Hardware PlatformPC
Operating Systemwindows_8
Item Weight5.8 pounds
Item Dimensions L x W x H16.90 x 2.30 x 10.30 inches
Computer Memory TypeDDR3 SDRAM
Audio-out Ports (#)1
Power SourceAC
Voltage110 volts
Batteries:1 Lithium Metal batteries required. (included)
Additional Information
Best Sellers Rank #50,040 in Computers & Accessories (See top 100)
Shipping Weight6 pounds
Date First AvailableFebruary 1, 2013
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4 of 5 people found the following review helpful By Dpbours on July 13, 2013
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Let me start with acknowledging that the screen size and the resolution is an odd one! BUT, it works fine to have both word and internet open next to each other, or two different internet browsers with multiple tabs. Movies look nice and the sound is great!

It's packed with a very decent processor, memory and harddisk. Amazing they can do this for well under 600 USD and I think it has 2 year warranty - though not entirely sure. Windows 8 is getting used to, but I installed a little tool to get the windows button back and get rid of all the flashy app menus to the left and right.

If you are used to a 13.3" laptop like some of the Vaios (like my wife had), then this one will look big. If you're used to a Lenovo T4xx series, 14" then this looks similar in that size. I've got a W530 of Lenovo (a pumped up version of the T5xx) and the Toshiba looks nimble in comparison.
The rubberized bottom and half of the top is great!! It's like the glued a thin layer of a Teva shoe on it... It feels rugged, solid and very slip resistant. The other half of the top is aluminum look, which gives it a bit of a more business look. The rubber is great, but it does attract dust, and the aluminum loves fatty fingerprints. But nothing a wet screen-wipe can't solve!

Feels solid, though as Lenovo owner I miss the clips that hold it closed, ie. close the screen to the bottom part of the laptop. But most consumer laptops don't have that anymore. The screen is great, though if you do a lot of Photoshop you would want to go for full HD 1920x1080. But nice colors, good resolution to have multiple programs next to one another, and a decent sound to watch a movie without the need for external speakers.

Bottom line; great value for money (i5 / 500 Gb / 32Gb SSD / 6Gb RAM! and good screen).
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When I first bought this laptop, I actually thought the image was skewed and I was going to receive a laptop with a more standard 16:9 aspect ratio, instead of the 22:10 that it comes with.

Plain and simple, I bought it for the specs - an i5 third gen processor with 6GB of RAM and a 500GB hard drive with an extra SSD built-in to speed up boot times and OS tasks. All those things ring true when I work and play on the laptop. Now, back to the screen.

When I first opened the box, I thought to myself - this looks nice. Brushed metal with a rubberized top section on the lid, and a rubberized palm rest. It really feels nice to the touch. I also thought, why in the hell did Toshiba make such a long and thin laptop with such a bizarre screen aspect? I was still in awe of my great deal i5-wise, so I turned it on and started using it.

My first impression was not against the laptop or its screen, which is very bright and colorful. It was against Windows 8. I noticed a lot of reviews that were negative in regards to the touchpad on this laptop. At first, I felt the same way. Until I looked at the touchpad demo in the Control Panel. Two fingers to scroll left and right and up and down, as opposed to the extreme right or bottom margin in my old laptop. Now I was cooking with gas.

Suddenly the touchpad wasn't so bad at all. And the large screen makes it possible to keep an application AND Skype or another messenger app running and in focus. Now I got what Toshiba was thinking - there's never enough screen real estate, so to get bigger, you have to go outward and not upward.

The next day, after a hundred updates, Windows 8.1 installed itself on my system, and broke my Wi-Fi!
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1 of 2 people found the following review helpful By Brennan Hinton on August 14, 2013
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I love everything about this laptop. I've only had it for about a week now, but it hasn't disappointed me yet!! And Windows 8 isn't as bad as everyone makes it out to be,
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