|Screen Size||13.3 inches|
|Screen Resolution||1366 x 768|
|Max Screen Resolution||1366 x 768 pixels|
|Processor||2.93 hertz Intel Core i5|
|RAM||4 GB DDR3|
|Memory Speed||1066 MHz|
|Hard Drive||640 GB Serial ATA hard disk drive|
|Graphics Coprocessor||Intel HD Graphics|
|Card Description||HD Graphics|
|Number of USB 2.0 Ports||3|
|Average Battery Life (in hours)||3 hours|
Toshiba Satellite L635-S3104 13.3-Inch LED Laptop (Grey)
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- Intel Core i5-480M Processor 2.66 GHz (2.93 GHz with Turbo Boost Technology), 3MB Cache
- Configured with 4GB DDR3 1066MHz (max 8GB)
- 640GB (5400 RPM); Serial ATA hard disk drive with TOSHIBA Hard Drive Impact Sensor (3D sensor)
- 13.3" diagonal widescreen TruBrite TFT display at 1366 x 768 native resolution (HD) with 16:9 Aspect Ratio and LED Backlite
- Genuine Windows 7 Home Premium 64-bit with a 6 cell/48Wh Lithium Ion battery pack; Battery Life (measured by MobileMark 2007): 3 hours, 24 minutes
Top Customer Reviews
I love the multi-touch on the track-pad. The scrolling works well and the slightly textured surface provides nice feedback under my fingers. I don't bother with a usb mouse on my laptops, so a good track-pad is a must. I've had this computer for 2 weeks now, and I've almost gotten to the point where I don't "accidentally" rest an extra finger on the track-pad. That is the hardest thing to get used to, since the pad on my old laptop was set down into the case a little, but it is flush with the surface on this Toshiba.
The i5 with all the RAM is fast enough for anything I've wanted to do so far, which is generally business usage (powerpoint, word, emailing, slight photo editing, presenting, etc.). I like the keyboard, it seems like these keys have a quick response and my hands slide easily over the keys. I tried another Toshiba out at the store with similar specs to this one, but it had a keyboard with the keys all separated out, and they were a softer, almost rubbery texture. I hated that feel.
For anyone that doesn't NEED Blue-Ray (could always be fixed after-market), an integrated card reader, or HDMI, and prefers the form-factor of a smaller laptop, I highly recommend this Toshiba Satellite. Nothing from Dell, HP, etc. with similar specs was within a hundred dollars of the price.
One of Toshiba's selling points is the Smart Audio feature. The Smart Audio interface is great, but with speakers THAT BAD, every setting sounded terrible. I actually had 100% better quality audio (and louder) from the speaker in my Blackberry BOLD. I tested them side-by-side with the same mp3. If good quality audio is important, then this is not the laptop for you. If you plan to use always use headphones or external speakers, you should be fine. Audio was great from the external output.
For me audio was a deal-breaker. Everything else about this laptop was great. I bought it based on the specs, RAM, processor speed, HDMI, size, etc. If not for awful speakers, this would be my ideal laptop.
It's like having your headphones at max volume.
Taking the speakers out, the laptop is OK. I Recommend it to someone who won't bother having lousy speakers.
Other than the negatives, the laptop screen is nice and the laptop itself is very light and has a pleasant aesthetic appeal. Still, don't waste your hard-earned money on this laptop. Don't excuse the pitiful speakers and poor running speed on the smallness of this computer. Better things do exist in packages this exact same size.
Most Recent Customer Reviews
Crazy, never knew it would last me this long, bought it for college.
Been using it for everything ever since.
This laptop is awesome and is powerfully packed with features. The only drawback is that the laptop speakers are not of good quality and webcam leaves too much space for... Read morePublished on July 28, 2011 by Gary
I just got this laptop a month ago and within the first 2 minutes it froze! and freezes almost once everyday. Read morePublished on May 16, 2011 by Nouka
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