|Screen Size||17.3 inches|
|Screen Resolution||1600 x 900|
|Max Screen Resolution||1600x900 pixels|
|Processor||2.3 GHz A-Series Quad-Core A10-4600M|
|RAM||6 GB SO-DIMM|
|Memory Speed||1600 MHz|
|Hard Drive||750 GB SATA|
|Graphics Coprocessor||AMD Radeon HD 7660G|
|Number of USB 2.0 Ports||1|
|Number of USB 3.0 Ports||2|
|Average Battery Life (in hours)||5.1 hours|
Toshiba Satellite S875D-S7239 17.3-Inch Laptop (Ice Blue)
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The pros: Windows 7 home premium, 6 gig mem. (would have liked 8) and expandable to 16gig, 17.3" screen, blu-ray supermulti drive, good-to-the touch keyboard, the caps lock has a green LED light as well as the num lock, two USB 3.0 sockets, this laptop seems to run very cool (I've touched it in several places underneath and on top and could not feel any heat), 802.11bgn Wifi, bluetooth 4, memory card reader. The hard disk drive in this laptop is user replaceable (thank you),
Didn't really care: webcam and microphone, SRS premium sound (it can be disabled)
The cons: this laptop doesn't come with an HDD activity LED or a DVD activity LED (major exclusion as far as I'm concerned),
the is anon/off LED located in front of the unit but none at the on/off switch,
the wifi/bluetooth light is orange colored rather than blue or green (it could be that there is no wifi signal),
could use one more USB 2.Read more ›
Laptop was received in good condition. Only on power up did I realized that the laptop was bareboned. Only windows 7 and the regular bloatware softwares were installed. I really thought that the setup would have at least a registered copy of Office 2010. Nevertheless, this laptop is great and a good replacement to a desktop.
The plastic on the sides of the computer scratch very easy. I wiped off a smudge with a very soft cloth made for camera lenses, you guessed it, it scratched it. I have several fine scratches already on it and Ive only had this laptop for two days. Anything plastic on this will scratch even if you use a delicate cloth made for a camera lens. (shame on you toshiba) You use high quality aluminum and then you surround that with plastic that will scratch easier than a camera lens.
I cannot type as quickly on this keyboard as I could my older toshiba C655. The keys are spread out to far. Most Laptop computers are this way now, so im not just picking on toshiba for this, but still it's a pain. I have a small line on my screen at the very buttom, looks like dead pixels or something. It's at the very buttom left corner by the start button so I'm not going to stress it. The aluminum backing of the screen is nice, but it makes the screen so heavy the laptop is overly heavy in the back and the front is light as a feather, not very balanced. Also the extra weight from the aluminum backing of the screen will put strain on the hinges. I recommend leaving the screen folded out if you're using this laptop at home.Read more ›
When I bought this puppy, I was pleasantly surprised.
The AMD A10 is a fairly powerful processor for a budget laptop. Sure you can go out there and splurge and get a faster processor from Intel, but I was in the market for a less-expensive laptop, not a desktop replacement. I've not experienced any slowdown in productivity software. It's done a great job so far. With 6 gig of ram standard, you likely won't need much more. Simply put, this laptop is powerful for the price-point.
And the blu-ray drive is such a great additional bonus! I wasn't able to find another laptop in this price range that also contained a blu-ray drive.
The laptop itself looks sleek and elegant - the ice-blue aluminum is more silver than blue. And because of the 17" form-factor, there's a full keyboard including numpad and arrows on the keyboard. After coming from a 15" Dell which had no numpad, I'm happy about this!
Also worth noting is that this laptop is relatively lightweight for a 17". I'm coming from a 15" from 5 or 6 years ago, and of course technology always gets thinner and lighter. Well this is no exception, and while it isn't as thin and light as an iPad, it certainly feels light to me for a powerful 17" laptop. This is a bit of a subjective category, but I'm happy with the weight.
The best thing I can comment on is the graphics processor. The AMD Radeon HD 7660G Dual Graphics is one of the fasted on-board or on-chip graphics processors you can get.Read more ›
Most Recent Customer Reviews
Used this for 2 years of grad school. A bit heavy to carry around but worth it for me for the large screen so I could have 2 things open side-by-side, such as a PDF and WORD doc... Read morePublished on July 7, 2014 by Joshy B
It only lasted me 8 months an I bearly used it
The board went bad an I get not display the power button stopped working about 3 months its horrible
EL PRODUCTO CUMPLIA CON TODAS LAS CARACTERISTICAS DISPUESTAS, QUEDE MUY SATISFECHO CON MI COMPRA, EXCELENTE PRODUCTO. EL ENVIO FUE RAPIDO Y SIN NIGUN CONTRATIEMPO.Published on April 2, 2013 by jose luis rodriguez
This is our 3rd Toshiba laptop. It replaced a 6 yr old one that crashed and sadly could not be revived. I don't think I would be happy with another brand. Read morePublished on February 23, 2013 by Linda F
If you need a powerful laptop for gaming etc this one is great. It's not too heavy but it is powerful. Having the blu-ray is also nice if that is something you want. Read morePublished on February 9, 2013 by Aubri S.
Eh, it gets pretty warm sometimes. It doesn't overheat, though. It can play PS2 games pretty well like Monster Hunter, Kingdom Hearts 2 and Ape Escape 2. Read morePublished on February 7, 2013 by Khalil Beckwith
this is a great laptop for the price, I run my games and CAD software on it no problem, its fast has good memory the USB 3. Read morePublished on February 2, 2013 by Adam Wood
It's a nice laptop for what it is. I am familiar with Toshiba laptops and this one lives up to what I expect. Read morePublished on January 31, 2013 by Rex
The speed and display work fine. You need to bang on the keyboard to get it to take your input.Published on January 12, 2013 by Jason A Ritter
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