|Screen Size||17.3 inches|
|Screen Resolution||1600 x 900|
|Max Screen Resolution||1600 x 900 pixels|
|Processor||2.2 GHz Intel Core i7|
|RAM||8 GB DDR3|
|Memory Speed||1333 MHz|
|Hard Drive||1 TB SATA|
|Graphics Coprocessor||NVIDIA GeForce GTX 560M|
|Graphics Card Ram Size||1500 MB|
|Wireless Type||802.11B, 802.11G, 802.11n|
|Number of USB 2.0 Ports||3|
|Number of USB 3.0 Ports||1|
|Average Battery Life (in hours)||5 hours|
Toshiba Qosmio X775-Q7384 17.3-Inch Gaming Laptop - Fusion X2 Finish in Red Horizon
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Always bring your A-game with Toshiba's brawny Qosmio X775 laptop, a high-powered, well-priced, pro-class PC with the latest technologies for maximum portable performance. Fire up this fully loaded laptop and get set. Your gaming will never be the same; you'll multitask like a madman; and your killer creations will come together without a hitch. Designed for those who insist on the best, it's ready to rip through demanding tasks and graphics-intensive apps, thanks to a powerful team led by 2nd-generation Intel Core processors and enthusiast-class NVIDIA GeForce GTX 560M graphics flanked by speedy RAM and massive storage. Entertainment? This laptop rockets into the stratosphere with a huge 17.3" HD+ TruBrite display, complemented by a premium sound system featuring harman/kardon stereo speakers and a subwoofer. And it offers a drop-dead gorgeous Fusion X2 Finish, too, with extended media capabilities so you can plug into a home entertainment theater. Designed for those who want to get the better of their opponents, and the most for their money, Toshiba's Qosmio X775 laptop brings elite mobile performance-and never, ever backs down.
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The first thing I did when I got the laptop was uninstall all the freeware stuff. Once that was done the log in time was cut in half and I also disabled all the stupid windows thing that ask you for permission or if you stared whatever. However I know that's software issued not the laptop itself. Over all I feel as tho I can give it a 5 star rating. The true test is once I get back from deployment and it is still working. I will post a new review about this time next year with that information. If you are on the fence on what to buy then stop looking this thing will do whatever you ask of it.
Update 15Mar2013. I have had the laptop for nearly a year now and have had no issues with it to date. I am currently on my second Navy deployment. It survived the first despite a few bumps and bangs the only thing is the shiny red part on the back of the screen does scratch fairly easy. I have a couple of large programs installed on it (full adobe CS5 Master collection auto cad 2012) they all run without issues. I usually leave this computer on all the time. It has been left booted up for sever months straight with out shut down or restart.
I have also used it as a file share server for about 20 other computers over a small local area network. I have a USB 3.0 Hub connected to the only 3.0 port. It has 3 Western digital 3TB hard drives attached to all shared and being pulled from without issue. I'm getting consistent 3-5Mb transfer spreads out of the N WIFI card. I think the speed is being limited by the other computer and routers.
After use I still stand by my initial 5 star rating. The only thing I plan on doing to it in the foreseeable future is to upgrade the RAM and possibly change out the boot drive for a solid state drive.
Well anyway, still a good gaming notebook at $1399. Took a bit of doing though. Had to downgrade the bios to 1.10 to fix the occasional choppy framerate that I experienced playing Witcher 2. Also had to go to the global settings in the Nvidia control panel and set the Nvidia processor as my preferred processor in the global settings in order to get some of my other games to run smoothly. But now everything's smooth as butter on max settings at 1080p (Samsung TV). Love the hybrid drive, speakers, and price so much that I'm willing to overlook the max 8gb ram, 1600x900 17" screen, and ugly design (in my opinion).
Not bad for $1399. Even better at $1299.
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