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Toshiba L355D

>> Monday, March 2, 2009

The Satellite L355D-S7825's lid is a glossy, solid indigo color (Toshiba calls it "onyx blue") and its interior is glossy black. The overall effect is subdued, but elegant the laptop looks far more expensive than its $699 price. Both the lid and the base feature rounded corners that help the laptop appear smaller than it is though its 7.1 pound weight places it in the mainstream category, the Satellite L355D-S7825 has a larger footprint than other mainstream laptops.

In exchange for taking up more space on your desk, the Satellite L355D-S7825 offers a broad, 17.1 inch wide screen display. With a 1.440x900 pixel native resolution, the screen is great for Web browsing and watching movies however, its glossy coating results in some distracting reflections when working in brightly lit environments. We like the keyboard on the Satellite L355D-S7825 it's roomy and provides a comfortable typing experience.

The laptop's broad case also provides space for a 10 key number pad, which can be useful for entering data or playing games. The touch pad is flush with the wrist rest but not so sensitive that you'll accidentally graze the pad while typing. Otherwise, the Satellite L355D-S7825's keyboard deck is an exercise in minimalism there's no fingerprint reader or application launch buttons, just a row of buttons across the top that control media playback and mute the sound. (Volume is adjusted with a handy wheel on the laptop's front edge.)

  • Toshiba Satellite L355-S7825 Average for mainstream category
  • Video VGA-out VGA-out, S-Video
  • Audio Stereo speakers, headphone or microphone jacks Stereo speakers, headphone or microphone jacks
  • Data Three USB 2.0, multiformat memory card reader Four USB 2.0, mini-FireWire, multiformat memory card reader
  • Expansion ExpressCard PC Card
  • Networking modem, Ethernet, 802.11 b/g Wi-Fi modem, Ethernet, 802.11 a/b/g Wi-Fi, optional Bluetooth
  • Optical drive DVD burner with Labelflash DVD burner
The Satellite L355D-S7825 offers a rather basic feature set that's acceptable for a budget system. Toshiba does omit the mini FireWire and S-Video connectors we'd expect to see on a laptop of this size, but neither omission is glaring. However, we were disappointed in the laptop's stereo speakers, which emit just muddled sound headphones are pretty much required for enjoying music or movies on this system.


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