Toshiba Satellite Fusion 15 L55W-C5257 is a 15.6-Inch Convertible 2-in-1 Touchscreen laptop highlights an Intel Core i3-5015U 2.1 GHz Processor, 6 GB DDR3L SDRAM, 128 GB Solid-State Drive, 15.6-Inch diagonal, Full HD TruBrite Touchscreen at 1920 x 1080 resolution, and Mobile Intel HD graphics. Oh yeah, it has become a hot new released laptop at Amazon, more and more people are choosing it, so I think I'd better share it with you guys today.
The Toshiba Satellite L55W-C5257 also comes with 802.11 A/C WiFi, 2 USB 3.0 Ports, and 1 USB 2.0 Port. The laptop is running on Windows 10 operating system. A true 2-in-1 laptop, this Toshiba sports a proper solid-state drive. As such, you can expect pretty smooth user experience compared to system running on a conventional hard drive.
When it comes to versatility, the Satellite Fusion 15 convertible PC is hard to beat. Offering a sleek twist on the conventional laptop, simply rotate its 360-degree precision hinge to flip the screen into five different viewing modes to get the right view for every occasion.
You'll experience the everyday power of the 5th generation Intel Core i3 processor, featuring longer battery life, smart-multitasking and crisp visuals for HD entertainment and games. The Satellite Fusion 15 convertible PC is more than ready to handle the demands of your day.
With the new Toshiba Satellite Fusion 15 inch laptop/tablet, there are really two things to review here… the computer itself and the newly minted Windows 10 that it ships with (and, presumably, was designed for).
So, the computer? It is impossible for me to not compare it to my MacBook Pro, but I will try to be realistic. Let's start with the best feature of the laptop… the LCD screen is crisp, colorful, and sharp with a fairly responsive touch capability; it does have a bit a propensity for glare though.
My overall first impression of the laptop was that it felt a bit plasticy (which it is mostly constructed of, but plastic can be flimsy or it can be strong and durable), while also being fairly heavy for a device that is supposed to double as a tablet. The area surrounding the generously sized keyboard feels a little soft and it was unfortunately covered in a bunch of unnecessary stickers that needed to be removed. When flipped into tablet mode, the whole computer flexed a bit when gripping it around the corners without the hinge, that may or may not be a weakness in the long term when it comes to durability.
Well, what do you think about the Toshiba Satellite Fusion 15 L55W-C5257 15.6-Inch Convertible 2 in 1 Touchscreen Laptop?