Toshiba Satellite M100 Review by NotebookReview

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Toshiba Satellite M100 notebook computer can be powered by Intel Core Duo processor for Intel Centrino Duo Mobile Technology and Intel Core Solo Processors for Intel Centrino Mobile Technology. The laptop has 14″ Diagonal Widescreen XGA display with optional TruBrite technology and CD-RW/DVD-ROM or a DVD SuperMulti drive which supports up to 11 formats.

Toshiba Satellite M100

NotebookReview concluded that “I’m extremely impressed with my Toshiba Satellite M100. It’s a beautifully designed, powerful machine and it is very, very light. It is a really good choice for those who intend to use it as I do: for school and entertainment and medium to good quality gaming. It stands up solidly to competitors, and in my opinion, is much prettier than most equivalent computers. Its price is amazing compared to other machines of its size and quality, and with dedicated graphics, it is a force to be reckoned with. The few problems I have with it are very minor and only because I had such high expectations. Overall, I’m extremely pleased with my purchase and like my computer more every day.”

Pros

Extremely attractive design, customizable lid color
Light and portable but powerful, at 5.2 lbs with a 6-cell battery
Dedicated graphics, with a good card
Quick performance and amazing processing
Solid build, hard plastic
Numerous ports that are laid out well
Runs quietly and cool
Affordable, for such a good notebook

Cons

Average light leakage on an otherwise great screen
Nonstandard keyboard
Some annoying software that’s easily disabled
Battery life could be better
OS CD packages bloatware
No Media Center
Weak speakers, unless you get the Harman Kardons
Loud Optical Drive

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By |2016-12-09T08:43:09+00:00December 9th, 2016|Categories: Computer & Hardware|Tags: |1 Comment

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