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Reviewed on 2008-12-23
Huge hard drive, Great value,Lacking wired Internet connectivity, Highgloss finish might put off some
Ultraportable laptops priced under a grand are still relatively rare. The same can be said for slim, sexy notebooks that weigh close to 4 pounds. Thats changing, though, and Toshibas $949 Satellite U405-S2854 satisfies in all the important areas: It ...
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Reviewed on 2008-08-27
Among the forest of Toshiba laptop models, the Toshiba Satellite U405 series is among their most lightweight and affordable class of notebooks. There are two flavors of the Satellite U405 series: the U405 that comes with Intel processors and the U405D...
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Reviewed on 2008-07-23
Very portable, good core powerIntegrated graphics
Toshibas Satellite U405 laptop computers arent quite thin-and-light ultra-portables, but these notebooks are definitely easier to carry around than many of their mainstream brethren.The U405s feature a 13.3-inch widescreen display, so their screens a...
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Reviewed on 2008-06-01
Light and portable; great display; futuristic designAverage performance; touch pad gets hot; so-so speakers
Toshibas $949.99 Satellite U405-S2820 wont dazzle you with its components or feature set, but if you need an affordable, truly portable notebook with good battery life and decent media playback, then this is a solid choice. The Satellite U4...
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Reviewed on 2008-05-07
Fusion design works well with the LED lights. Intels latest technology. Internal optical drive with LabelFlash. 3GB RAM. Recharging USB ports. Affordable.No HDMI. Battery life could be better.
In adding a fresh new face to its Satellite line, Toshiba engineers spent the long winter months focused on industrial design. Just in time for the warm weather, the company has rolled out the sleek byproduct of that toil. The Toshiba Satellite U405-...
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Reviewed on 2008-04-25
Stylish new design; charges USB devices, even when off.Glossy finish attracts fingerprints; way too much bloatware; Sleep-and-Charge feature is turned off by default.
Toshibas thin-and-light Satellite U405 is a sleek alternative to the 13-inch MacBook, but is weighed down by excessive out-of-the-box bloatware.
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Reviewed on 2008-04-21
Reasonably thin and light weight, Great screen, Wonderful keyboard, Fantastic touchpad and touchpad buttons, Great media buttons and white LED indicators, Good selection of ports, Convenient USB "Sleep and Charge" ports, Excellent performance...No Svideo or HDMI port (in this configuration), No dedicated graphics option (at the time of this writing), Mirror finish wont appeal to everyone, I dont get to keep it
The Toshiba Satellite U400/U405 series is a new 13.3" widescreen notebook that weighs in at just 4.85 pounds and packs solid Intel Core 2 Duo Penryn performance and a big hard drive with plenty of storage space.
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Reviewed on 2008-04-17
Stylish design with LED lights, Fast performance, USB ports charge gadgets when notebook is off, Facial recognition for logging inMust enable Sleep-and-Charge USB feature, Below-average battery life, Difficult, buggy facial recognition setup, Speakers not very loud
Toshiba’s 13.3-inch notebook gets a seriously sleek makeover, a welcome speed boost, and USB ports that charge your gadgets when the system is powered down.
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