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The Toshiba Satellite T235 S1345 Review

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The Toshiba Satellite T235 S1345 Review

The Toshiba T235 is a lightweight netbook that will entice the journey -men, but will be a bad advice to the heavy typers who will not appreciate its tiny and sneaky keys. You are sure of great video playback but its below per audio will test your nerves. All -in -all the machine is a good bargain with its rich mailtimedia repertour, but with the odd setback along the way.

The machine comes with AMD Turion ll K625 dual core processor that spins at an average speed of 1500 MHz. It also comes with integrated ATI Radeon HD 4200 graphics chipset that is quite remarkable for a machine of its size. Your shipment of the Toshiba T235 will also come with a 4 GB memory that can be extended to an even beefier 8 GB maximum capacity. It uses memory technology DDR3 and comes with a single hard disk drive that has a total capacity of 320 GB and a top speed of 5400 rpm. The other storage facilities of the machine are; memory stick, SD/MMC card, SDHC card and XP -picture card.

The device operates 64 -bit Microsoft Windows 7 Home Edition Operating System. It also provides the Microsoft Office 2007 Home that comes with a thirty -day trial period, plus the Microsoft Student Edition that will give you a sixty -day trial period. Its rich software armour also boosts of Microsoft works 9, Adobe Acrobat Reader 9, face recognition, disc creator and a useful webcam camera application, you can add the Real -time Norton internet security into the mix. The machine also comes with embedded microphone and webcam, but the absence of an optical drive is unfortunate.

The superlight ultraportable covers an area of 12.6 inches width, 8.8 inches of depth and a height of 1.5 inches. The weight is a modest 3.8 pounds, but it tops 4.4 pounds when fully ensuite. It comes in a glossy 13.3 inch LCD screen that contains LED backlight. Its maximum resolution of 1366 -by -768 pixels is great for side -to – side viewing. The device will offer you a pretty nice video experience with its tried and tested 720p high defination playback. The speakers suffer in high octane volume while the below -per audio will only entertain its critics. It comes with a smooth touch pad that is spacious and responsive to multiple gestures. The keyboard offers a bad typing experience with its small keys.

The machine will come in hand in social networking or light activities like emailing. You are also unlikely to be disappointed by its movies abilities. The machine retails at a price of 600 dollar, a bill that does not comform to its “cheap” looks.

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