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Features: Intel Core i5-3337U processor (3MB Cache, up to 2.7 GHz) Genuine Windows 8 Premium (64-bit), 8GB DDR3 1600MHz memory Mobile Intel HD ... More at BuyDig.com
Sporting a 10.1-inch TruBrite LED Backlit widescreen display with a resolution of WSVGA 1024x600 pixels, the Toshiba mini notebook NB205-N325BL(PLL23U...
"Not worth your time and $$"
Reviewed by computerqurl
I have owned this Toshiba NB205-N325BL mini laptop for over a year now and I know how it works. It has some cool & helpful . . .
Reviewed by megie
Oh wow what a great laptop. I bought this laptop after my old one crashed. I dont have much knowledge about computers but . . .
Learn more about Windows 8 Enhance your on-the-go productivity with this Toshiba Satellite Ultrabook U925TS2120 laptop, which features a 12.5 high-def...
Reviewed by silvijapetrova
I have bought this laptop few months ago. Windows 8 is great and the appearance of the PC is nice, screen is a bit small . . .
Intel Atom Processor N280, 1GB memory, 250GB hard drive, 10.1 widescreen LCD (1024x600 ), Intel Graphics Media GMA950, Integrated webcam, Bluetooth, W...
Reviewed by standupguyzk
For surfing the net and smaller applications, perfect.
Reviewed by haythamt
I ordered the Toshiba U300 notebook back in June, and received it on July 20 2007. Based on my experience with the u200 model, . . .
Robust and rugged, this black 320 GB Toshiba notebook is a solid choice for programmers and families. You can enjoy vibrant game graphics, multimedia...
Get things done on the run with advanced energy-efficiency, designed so you can go longer on a single battery charge. Last longer, use less power, and...
Reviewed by sheas
I must say, I am in love with this computer. It is simply beautiful, and a real workhorse as well. I purchased this system . . .
"Best computer I've had."
Reviewed by alleycat696
I got this for christmas in 2009, and it's 2012. Basically no problems with the laptop at all. The charger port broke off . . .