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Toshiba Satellite L655D-5151 Review

January 23rd, 2011 Leave a comment Go to comments

Toshiba Satellite L655D series laptops are kept their name for the best performance at an economical price. Many people first look for Toshiba laptop when their budget is at certain limit. Performance part is satisfactory with Toshiba Satellite L655D series and you have a number of options to choose. Keeping this kind of interest from the people in mind, today we have come up with a review over the Toshiba Satellite L655D-S5151 Laptop. This laptop is of another fusion make with a glossy finish Helios black. This laptop weighs around 5.48 lbs assuring easy portability for a user.

Performance & Features:

Toshiba Satellite L655D-5151 is equipped with AMD Athlon II Dual-Core processor of P340. It has ATI Mobility Radeon HD 4250 graphics engine as an addition. This laptop works on every operating system and comes with Genuine Windows 7 Home premium 64-bit Edition pre installed. This laptop’s graphics memory is of 256 MB-1917 MB dynamically allocated share graphics.

Memory Details:

This laptop’s system memory is 4 GB of DDR3 with 1066 MHz. Its hard drive is of 320 GB HDD memory which runs at 5400rpm. This laptop arranged with a optical drive of DVD-SuperMulti drive with Read and Write capabilities in double layer.

Audio & Video Features:

This laptop’s screen size is 15.6-inches of widescreen. The display type is HD TruBrite LED Backlit. Its resolution is 1366 x 768 pixels, aspect ratio is 16:9 and supports 720p content quite effectively. This laptop has audio arrangements such as one microphone jack (mono), Standard stereo speakers and one headphone jack (stereo).


Toshiba Satellite L655D-5151 comes with a built-in webcam and microphone into its LCD bezel. A user can access video chat over the internet with this webcam. It has wireless LAN capabilities through Wi-Fi wireless networking 802.11 b/g/n. It has no Bluetooth or antenna. Its Ethernet LAN capabilities are of 10/100 and there is no modem port too.


This laptop’s AC adapter is 65W (19v 3.42A) Auto-Sensing capacity with 100-240V/50-60 Hz input. This laptop comes with a 6-cell Lithium-ion battery of 48Wh capacity. This laptop gets 3.93 hours of battery life through this equipped battery.

Other Features Details:

There is PC Express slot and smart card reader. It has one memory card reader, two numbers of USB 2.0 ports, one eSATA/USB combo port and one number of HDMI out port. There is no VGA port too.


This laptop is of Toshiba Satellite L655D-5151 compliant with EPEAT Gold and qualified for Energy Star too.

Input Devices and Controls:

Its touchpad is of a pointing device with multi touch controls and quite responsive too. Its Keyboard is a standard US keyboard with 10-key pad (black). Touch pad is equipped with on/off facility for the easy usage.



Security Cable Lock Slot, Password Security, TOSHIBA Supervisor Password Utility, HDD Recovery


The notebook comes with MS Office Starter 2010 (Reduced functionality Word and Excel – and you have to bear the advertising), Google Chrome.

It comes with a large number of Toshiba software preinstalled, including TOSHIBA Face Recognition, Toshiba Online Backup (30-day trial subscription), WildTangent Game Console, TOSHIBA App Place, Microsoft Silverlight™ , TOSHIBA Bulletin Board™, TOSHIBA Service Station, TOSHIBA Recovery Disk Creator, TOSHIBA Web Camera Application, TOSHIBA HDD/SSD Alert, TOSHIBA BookPlace™, TOSHIBA Media Controller, TOSHIBA PC Health Monitor, TOSHIBA Disc Creator, and others.

The Norton Internet Security 2011 (30-day trial), comes pre installed. But you may like to uninstall it replace with free AVG antivirus.

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  1. Evelina Martiarena
    March 16th, 2012 at 03:10 | #1

    I know Mint is said to be putting out some pretty decent stuff… but I just cannot stand all that bilious green.

  2. Karma Phyfiher
    March 17th, 2012 at 05:15 | #2

    Hi Jeff I don’t think I suggested that Amazon is a health vendor the problem isn’t the cloud itself, the problem is the system that’s out there *in* the cloud.

  3. Judie Rodman
    March 21st, 2012 at 22:57 | #3

    I was a big follower too until this device lost all of my data. They have some data integrity issues they need to solve first before I would feel safe using this device again. Their support sucks since it’s always a guy by the name of Frank on the phone, the poor guy must be working 247.

  4. Darren Lejeune
    March 22nd, 2012 at 20:51 | #4

    Dave, great points but I would not include Amazon as a Healthcare mission critical cloud. Cloud is the same all technology, it is only as good as the weakest link. They are probably fine for most website but not healthcare. Healthcare sites need to be mission critical fully redundant systems managed by network engineers that know what they are doing. You have to do your due- diligence when selecting any systems.