I'm not an expert in computers and read different reviews, however this was the most helpful with real information. In any case maybe you can give me a tip for my decision and with my past experiences. I use computer to do graphical work, 3d and post production. I have a workstation, however I want a laptop for when i go on holidays or to a nice coffee shop to do some extra work. I have had an Asus 6 years ago which lasted a year (disapointment). Then I bought a Toshiba that I still use, but not for work anymore, plastic broke with the over heating of the renders, however it was a war machine I must say for the intensive rendering I gave to it. I have now decided to buy a new one. They have similar specifications: ASUS R505CB-XX454H Toshiba Satellite L50-A-16H
Although I prefer the Toshibe processor, I read that it's all still made of plastic which doesn't feel so durable. Also read that toshiba has lost quality or standards over the years. I prefer Toshiba, however I want this tool to last as much as possible and with the best preformance as possible, and if Asus is better i will go for Asus. Could you please give me a tip, you have a so much better understanding of it all. And If Toshiba was good 5 years ago, It might not be that good anymore.
High-gloss all-rounder. The Satellite L50 wants to be a powerful all-rounder notebook for home use. With an up-to-date Core i7 and Kepler graphics, Toshiba starts off with a solid foundation. The machine also has a huge hard drive capacity and a DVD burner. But after all is said and done, is the all-rounder a persuasive offer? Read our review to find out.