Toshiba Satellite S75 Review

By June 2, 2016Gaming
Toshiba Satellite

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#5 Toshiba Satellite S75

#5 Toshiba Satellite S75









The Good

  • Cooling
  • Construction
  • Memory

The Bad

  • Graphics

Cooling: One upside to not having a graphics card is the Toshiba Satellite S75 generates significantly less heat. This is a laptop that can comfortably rest on your lap without a cooling pad.
Construction: With a thin shell, a bright screen and solid steel surrounding the keyboard, this machine is exceptionally well designed. This is where utility and aesthetics meet.
Memory: This laptop is packed with 16 gigabytes or GB of RAM, making it powerful enough to run a number of programs simultaneously without slowing down. This is great for streaming or running memory-intensive games, like Minecraft.
Graphics: There’s no dedicated graphics processor for this laptop. Instead, graphics processing is handled by the CPU. This isn’t ideal for anyone hoping to get stable frame rates on modern games. That said, games on low settings or more processor-intensive games will run with no problem.
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