The Toshiba Satellite C850-1G3 is a new 15.6-inch laptop that appears less than 350 euros. It has the latest Intel Chief River platform with a processor Ivy Bridge Dual Core Celeron, a proper storage space as well as connectivity including HDMI and USB 3.0, all under Windows 8.
The Toshiba Satellite C850-1G3 and Toshiba satellite c655 battery is a 15.6 inch laptop suitable for everyday use.
It delivers benefits correct in this field as well as far-fetched multitasking thanks to its 4 GB of RAM and processor latest generation Ivy Bridge Celeron Dual Core 1000M. Less effective than Core i3 particular, it shows its limits in software intensive CPU resources. Better to limit the number of hungry applications running simultaneously to avoid incurring slowdowns.
These Toshiba pa3727u 1brs components are suitable for use typical office not too demanding. It can operate in practice at the same time a browser with multiple tabs open, word processing and photo viewer for example. Note also that RAM slot is free, you can add a strip DDR3 to change the configuration in the future if needed.
Unsurprisingly, graphics processing is entrusted to the Intel HD integrated within the Ivy Bridge, the graphics performance with very modest. It still allows you to view pictures and videos but does not clearly address the players. In practice, however, if we agree to adaptations of old games undemanding can go occasionally.
The embedded hard disk for its part offers a storage pa3615u 1brm capacity of 320GB and properly can accommodate a lot of software and files and varied.
The screen adopts him a 1366 × 768 resolution, a 16:9 format well suited to playing videos, but also a brilliant treatment that gives color to punch but is sensitive to glare characteristics similar to a majority of phones on the market.
Finally, the connection is good, offering VGA and HDMI video outputs to easily connect handy PC to a TV or monitor, for example, a wireless module Wi-Fi n to connect to remote Ethernet and audio ports and 3 USB, 1 USB 3.0 compatible USB 2.0 ensures faster transfers than USB 2.0 if we connect a USB 3.0 device.