- (December 02, 2004) I rarely fire up my desktop anymore since I acquired this I1000, 90 percent of my computer usage is on-line and this is perfect for that. It's fast and the display is a real surprise and a treat, sharp graphics, text and excellent color rendition. The wireless card performs perfectly and will pick up networks easily. It's a shocking bargain for the price (689 for the 15", 40gb, wireless). I wouldn't expect to do any graphics work with this machine as the vid is ok for viewing but not for editing pics, it would be great for data and word processing. I'm much more impressed than I thought I would be because of the price point. If you need a decent, low priced notebook with power and lot
- (October 09, 2004) I recently purchased a refurbished IBM T23 Notebook and love it. It has P3 1.13GHZ processor that runs faster than my Compaq 2.7GHZ Celeron desktop with Windows XP Home when running MS Office XP. It came with 128MB ram, upgrade it to 256MB and with a noticeable speed. It feels durable, well built, fullsize keyboard, lightweight. Good value for the price @ ebuysuperstore.com. For those who are looking for lightweight, daily use, on the go type Notebook with exceptional value, this model is what I recommend.
- (August 22, 2004) The best purchase I have ever made. The screen is lovely, the boot-up time is phenomenal, and the integration between the operating system (Mac OS X) and the bundled applications (iTunes, iDVD, iMovie, iPhoto, Garageband etc.) is just amazing. In short, just what I'd expect from Apple.
- (09/17/2013) I needed a laptop for home use, newer than my old 1.8GHz pentium with decent speed and a good display. This Toshiba so far is very good, despite getting to know Win8 I've got lots of applications going and with multiple windows it works well. Battery time is in excess of 4 hours but haven't tested that extensively.
- (09/17/2013) The laptop seems great, but Windows 8 is horrible.
- (09/16/2013) My ancient Compaq desktop with XP needed to be replaced with a faster, more modern PC and the Satellite P75-A7200 has been an excellent choice. It can run all my legacy 32-bit applications as well as new 64-bit applications, and it executes them rapidly. The 1920x1080 HD screen is good for a laptop, though I wonder if the on-card graphics could display to a higher-resolution monitor. Some OS and software comments: though the laptop comes with trial versions of Windows Office, Norton security and various games, it is not too arduous to remove them and install your preferred security suite and other applications. Windows 8 is obnoxious as installed, but after shutting Windows 8 live apps (e.g. News) which consume bandwidth, and installing Classic Shell to bypass the start-up app screen, it's OK.