sorry guys I have a Satellite (i3) and have had it for two weeks. I do not find any problems with weak centre of keyboard. The hinges are great, it is after all not a desktop and care would be expected anyhow. Dark screen - sorry not so after going into screen resolution properties and altering it to your choice. To be honest I worried a little buying this (it was arranged through my college at 24 mnhs no interest) I had the Microsoft in mind but having used it for a couple of weeks the only weakness is not having a network hard wire connection, perhaps there is a usb convertor. Excellent machine and well worth the purchase - switch off USB 3 for better power consumption if you don't have any USB3 devices. Everything such as docking station, additional hard drive, extra ram and spare battery are very inexpensive which adds to the ownership experience. Well done Toshiba.
Ultra-Hybrid. Toshiba presents quite a few interesting Ultrabooks to the world. Our latest test model is a fusion of a tablet and Ultrabook. It employs a 12.5 inch touchscreen and a power-saving Intel Core i5-3317U processor with integrated Intel HD Graphics 4000 IGP. The Hybrid model looks great but what does it have to offer on the hardware side?