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Non demanding games should be playable with these graphics cards. Intel HD Graphics Processor graphics card in the high end Ivy Bridge models. Offers a different clock speed in the different CPU models ULV to desktop quad core and Toshiba Satellite L850-E a different performance. Modern games should be playable with these graphics cards at low settings and resolutions. Casual gamers may be happy with these cards.

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Renamed Radeon HD M and therefore still produced in 40nm. Only some 3D games with very low demands are playable with these cards.

Unlike many new laptops however, it doesn't have a solid state drive installed to boost the laptop's boot time. That said, boot time was still a zippy 15sec in our tests, this being the time it took for the laptop to cold boot to the Windows Toshiba Satellite L850-E screen.

It was able to resume from sleep within 3sec. Battery life The L's battery sits along the spine of the chassis and it's removable. It has a rating of 48 Watt-hours and it provides a life that is Toshiba Satellite L850-E too bad considering the notebook's class. In our rundown tests, Toshiba Satellite L850-E which we disable power management, enable Wi-Fi there is a single-band, Laptops that we've seen with similar configurations, such as the old Medion Akoya MDfor example, lasted a little closer to three hours in the same test. That said, if you employ a proper power management plan, a low screen brightness, and if you only use the laptop for tasks that are not CPU intensive, you'll get a good deal more out of it.

Usability In terms of style, the L comes in a dark grey with some Toshiba Satellite L850-E black bits around the screen and keyboard tray. It's not an unattractive laptop by any means. It also doesn't have any extra buttons along the top of the keyboard.

Satellite LD - Toshiba

All you get above the keyboard are the speaker grilles, which blend in with the overall style of the unit, and the power button. In a nod to convenience, the function keys have been reversed so that the brightness, volume and media player controls are the primary functions. You don't have to press the Fn key in order to Toshiba Satellite L850-E those settings, but this can be reversed in the BIOS if you like to do things the conventional way. However, we're not fans of the overall layout of the keyboard. Toshiba has packed in a number pad on the right side of the keyboard, which means that the keyboard itself sits a little the left of centre.


As a consequence, the touchpad sits centred under the space bar, Toshiba Satellite L850-E that it is also positioned greatly to the left. The end result is a palm rest area that is very cramped for your left hand and it can make typing feel very awkward, especially if you have big hands.

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We would have liked Toshiba to either forgo the number pad on this model and make the keyboard feel more luxurious, or for the touchpad to have been installed a little more towards the centre of the unit rather than so far to the Toshiba Satellite L850-E. The keyboard itself isn't too bad though. The keys have adequate travel and responsiveness and we didn't make too many errors while using it — which is always a good sign. But again, the fact that the left palm rest is so small 83x88mm made it tiring to type on this model for long periods of time. We should also point out that Toshiba Satellite L850-E not a backlit keyboard; you'll have to leave a light on if you want to work on this computer at night. The touchpad is a large 91x56mm and it has dedicated left and right buttons.


It's a Synaptics pad that performed smoothly and accurately for us in our tests. It supports multiple-finger gestures such as three-finger swipes, and it also supports edge swipes that allow you to easily access Windows 8's Charms, Switcher and program settings. However, the touchpad isn't flush with the palm rest. Instead, it is slightly depressed in the palm rest and has an 8mm border around it. It can feel a little awkward to make the swipe in gestures because of this. Even though this laptop runs Windows 8, Toshiba Satellite L850-E doesn't have a touchscreen. It's equipped with a regular LCD panel that's passable for most tasks, but it isn't great. The Official Toshiba Support Website provides support for SATELLITE L Toshiba's Satellite L is a in laptop that's designed primarily for home use. It's the type of laptop you should consider if you want.

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