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Customer Reviews of Toshiba Portege Z835-P360 13.3" Ultrabook, Intel Core i3-2367M, 4GB DDR3 Memory, 128GB SSD, Intel HD Graphics, Windows 7 Home Premium (64-Bit)
Finally, a light and lean computing machine for great value: Thin as it is, still packs potent power and graphics. Some models even feature an optical drive and handy LAN/VGA combo port, while they all promise cool-to-the-touch comfort. The elegant design sports silky surfaces in a selection of charming colors and go-anywhere sizes.
Do Not Buy This Product!!!12/16/2012
I do computer repairs on the side. I do hold a degree in computer science. In the past couple of years I know of 4 people that owned one of these computers and ALL of them had problems! The last one was 3 days old. They all died of hard drive failures. Toshiba has there restore option partitioned on the hard drive. You can make a recovery disk but most of the time that does not work. If you own one of these I ask you to image youre drive and you will not lose anything when the hard drive craps out this will save you alot of agervation. But if youre thinking on getting a toshiba please look at something else.. I would prefer a Dell over a Toshiba any day.
very light but some noise and incorrect balance
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This is a great PC. It runs Super fast and I am able to Install Windows 7 on it which require faster computers now a days. It has enough memory and CPU Power to play games online and do my day to day work. the price is within most people's budget.
This is a great laptop. I used to have an Apple but switch to PC. Yes most people go the other way but I prefer Windows PC better than a Unix based Mac (Apple). This PC runs well and is priced in my budget. Definately a 5 STAR item in my book. You won't be dissapointed.
I was a little disappointed at first. Now...really happy. Great screen, decent keyboard and touchpad, and really thin(thinner than a pencil even when it is closed). I thought the core i3 would be slow but nothing noticeable. I love the facial recognition too(scans your face and logs you in). The three cosmetic issues I have are 1) the screen bezel is a little thick at the top(around an inch), 2) the camera is pretty large and noticeable, and 3) the mouse buttons pick up finger prints pretty bad. Really those issues are nothing when you use this thing. It boots in less than 12 secs, resumes from sleep in around 2 to 3 secs, has intel WiDi so you can wirelessly display your screen on an HDTV, and the battery life is rated at 9 hours, but I'm averaging 7 1/2 to 8 hours with moderately heavy use(still amazing). I highly recommend this laptop. Oh one last thing, if you don't have another computer and you don't use cloud storage for music and other media you might want an external HDD because the SSD is 128GB but only about 88GB after OS is installed and fills up fast.