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If you're after a desktop replacement then the Satellite M40-136 from Toshiba is well worth considering. At under £1,000, the Satellite has a good set of components…
£999 inc VAT
It's easy to be careless, clumsy or just plain stupid, even when handling expensive items. This is why Toshiba has been so rigorous with its Satellite Pro A120.
£939 inc VAT
Should you be buying a laptop with the intention of using it for entertainment on the move, you need it to be lightweight and portable. At 2.7kg the Toshiba is light,…
£799 inc VAT
Despite recent rave reviews for its ultraportable convertible tablet, the Portege M200, Toshiba seems to have taken a step backward with its new Toshiba Portege…
£1,842 inc VAT
A bulky but portable and inexpensive laptop from Toshiba, Toshiba's Satellite A100-062 is a good-looking PC, but our review found some flaws.
£599 inc VAT
The Toshiba A200-180 is more of a desktop replacement PC than a slim portable laptop that can be whisked from location to location.
£599 inc VAT
Although hampered by poor battery life, the Toshiba Satellite A205-S4639 is 15.4in laptop that offers pretty good performance and great sound.
£1,000 inc VAT
Its suitability as a gaming machine is questionable, but in the Toshiba Satellite Pro U300-113 Toshiba has put together a smart and stylish laptop that gives a good…
£699 inc VAT
Although affordability is often a key concern when choosing a laptop, if you want the very best performance it can be worth spending a bit extra.
£2,300 inc VAT
Toshiba has done well with the Toshibe Satellite X200 20S, delivering a powerful, well-featured and attractive laptop.
£1,399 inc VAT
If you haven't got the space for a full PC setup, but still want decent performance and screen size, then a desktop replacement such as the Toshiba Satellite P200-17C…
£799 inc VAT
Apple may get all the headlines with its super-thin MacBook Air (reviewed here), but Toshiba's Portege R500-126 trumps it in many areas.
£1,761 inc VAT
Those with only basic needs might find the £399 Toshiba Satellite Pro A210-1AZ acceptable. It's a low-priced laptop with modest performance.
£399 inc VAT
The attractive Toshiba Portege R400-106 ultraportable tablet laptop comes with a sparkling white chassis, with a shiny Toshiba logo on the lid.
£1,291 inc VAT
A versatile convertible laptop and tablet PC that's well-tuned to the needs of business users
£1,115 inc VAT
Faced with the choice of a compact and lightweight mini laptop or a full-size notebook with a faster processor, some people will lean towards the latter for screen…
£389 inc VAT
As a second laptop for your home office or a very basic business portable, the Toshiba Satellite Pro L300D-EZ1001V is ideal.
£350 inc VAT
The Toshiba Qosmio F50-10Z is a 15.4in laptop with video upscaling technology that claims to produce HD quality from standard definition video.
£879 inc VAT
At first glance, Toshiba's Satellite L300-13R appears a superior machine to the Acer Aspire 5920 Gemstone, as its silver and black insides look much classier than the…
£391 inc VAT
Joining the throng of compact-and-affordable notebook PC makers is Toshiba, with its little Toshiba NB100-11R laptop.
£251 inc VAT
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