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Posted by: Jonatas
« on: August 17, 2015, 23:24:57 »

Why not compare to Toshiba's own previous offering, the P50-B, that was a way superior device and even made it into the cited Notebookcheck's multimidia laptop charts. This model is a huge step backwards for Toshiba and show how cheap they're going to try to maintain their business in the current PC-market crisis. I'm planning an upgrade to Toshiba's P50 in the future, but I'll obviously buy last year's model instead, otherwise it would actually be a downgrade from my Samsung i7-3635MQ/Radeon HD8770m GDDR5 to this overpriced/underwhelming 2015 model.
Posted by: Redaktion
« on: August 17, 2015, 08:40:37 »

Ups and downs. Toshiba's Satellite P50 might convince with its good screen and decent system performance. However, inconsistencies are noticed in build and particularly in temperature development. The stylish all-rounder is nevertheless a worthy player in the multimedia category.

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