Toshiba C55-A5281 15.6″ Laptop

Pinned on August 22, 2013 at 4:51 am by Anthony Lynch

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Toshiba C55-A5281 15.6″ Laptop

•Intel® Pentium® 2020M 2.4GHz 2MB Cache Processor
•6GB DDR3 Memory
•750GB 5400RPM Hard Drive
•15.6″ diagonal display
•Windows 8
Specifications

Laptop Screen Size 15.6″
Touch Screen Enabled No
Laptop Style Laptop/Notebook
Windows Select PC No
Laptop Refurbished No
Laptop USB Slots 2
Laptop Warranty 1 Year Standard Limited
Laptop Webcam HD webcam
Laptop Audio Built in speakers DTS sound
Laptop Video Graphics Intel HD graphics
Laptop Hard Drive Type SATA
Laptop Other ports HDMI
Laptop Extra Features HD webcam, Built in speakers DTS sound
Laptop Operating System Windows 8
Laptop Network Card Wireless-N
Laptop Optical Drive DVD/RW
Laptop Memory Type DDR3
Laptop Memory RAM 6GB
Laptop Use Everyday
Laptop Hard Drive Speed 5400RPM
Laptop Hard Drive Capacity 750GB
Bluetooth Compatibility No
Laptop Display Type Widescreen TruBrite TFT Display
CPU Cache 2MB
Laptop Processor Speed 2.4GHz
Laptop Processor Type Pentium 2020M
Laptop Color Satin Black

Product Features


Comments

Anonymous says:

This is my second Toshiba laptop and I bought this one due to the price, plain and simple. My old one had only 250G hard drive and little RAM…and was missing keys…..and really didn’t look professional when I’d take it on prospects for my graphic design spots. So I found this one and really liked that it was much better on memory, a little lighter than my last one and since it was Toshiba, I felt I knew what I was getting. To be truthful, I was looking for a workhorse, not top of the line and was a bit short in the cash department.It was easy to set up, I’ve gotten used to Windows 8, to a point, but still thinking about uploading Windows 7…this keyboard also has a numerical keypad, unlike my last laptop, which took a bit of getting used to when typing..much smaller keyboard and different feel which, again, I’m getting used to.Now, the bad? Why even bother putting in speakers that are that bad!?!?!!? I listen to music much of the time or radio and these speakers are very tinny, no tone…not for music..so, another expense. I also have a strange experience with an on again/off again touchpad which means I use a wireless mouse. No, I haven’t contacted Toshiba about this–figure its prolly a wonky driver or something.All in all, I’d still buy it if I was in the same predicament. I was looking for memory and quickness and I got that, but if I’d had an extra $100 laying around, I’d be a bit happier.


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