The look is nice on this notebook, a good amount of LED lights and the hardware buttons look nice. The Screen is absolutely beautiful even compared to my 17 inch desktop LCD. Multitasking with several applications at once was nevert a problem. On the plus side, Toshiba nicely puts the whole MB in one stick, leaving another slot entirely free for expansion! Harman Kardon Stereo speakers. Left side of Toshiba Satellite M45 view larger image Left side has:
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Toshiba Satellite M45 Full Review (pics, specs)
The battery life could definitely be better than it is. I am also a fan of the TruBrite display, colors and contrast are wireeless vivid and the display brightness makes it very easy to view from a distance. The wireless reception has been pretty good usually picking up multiple signals and with a, b, m45-s1699 g it certainly has options for wherever you are.
The keyboard is okay, the weird key configuration bothers me. All content posted on TechnologyGuide is granted to TechnologyGuide with electronic publishing rights in perpetuity, as all content posted on this site becomes a part of the community.
The TAB key is also shrunk on the left side. The Layout of the keyboard is very good in my opinion. With screen brightness all wirelees way up and Wi-Fi on and while basically doing nothing on the computer, the battery ran out after 1 hour and 17 minutes.
The casing seems pretty sturdy overall, although I did notice a bit of flex on the screen. I bought a mouse to use in addition but have no complaints about using the touchpad if need be, especially with the synaptics features. Sporting the new Intel Sonoma platform with a Pentium M 1. There is however the above observation that the default battery settings have little effect on performance, maybe there are adjustments to the power settings that can extend that life out at least a bit longer.
I echo what Peter says here.
I am a big fan of the Toshiba Satellite M45 display. Visit our network of sites: Also included in the box is a recovery CD. The case and lid could be a little wreless to prevent any flexing Andrew Pros: Multitasking with several applications at once was nevert a problem.
The brightness is fantastic and the widescreen is appealing for watching movies and just fitting more on the screen in general. This review contains the main body written by the primary author, Peter, who is from Canada and purchased the Satellite M Peter indicated that he m45-x169 experiencing some frustration trying to figure out how to access the Express Card slot.
The look is nice on this notebook, a good amount of LED lights and the hardware buttons look nice. Total weight of the unit is listed as about 6 pounds.
Toshiba Satellite M45-S169 15.4″ Notebook, Intel Celeron M 380 PSM43U-01700P
I wanted the Nvidia card over ATI for better compatibility with the various programs I will have to use and for the m45-x169 of notebook I was looking at this is as good as it gets. If you are in the market for a standard sized notebook that acts like a desktop replacement in terms of performance and can serve as a basic multimedia entertainment center wwireless well, then this could very well be the model for you. Pretty basic setup and exactly how I would want it.
Not wirelees many complaints at all about this notebook but if I had to be picky: Andrew The Satellite M45 certainly has features to like. The touchpad seems very good and well designed. The full size keyboard is certainly a nice thing to have.
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The Satellite M45 speakers are actually above par for a notebook computer. Dedicated graphics processors are almost always better than integrated graphics processors.
A similar machine, the Inspirongave me more than twice as much battery life. Toshiba Satellite M45 view larger image.
Andrew I am a big fan of the Toshiba Satellite M45 display. The battery life is horrible and is a major drawback.