Toshiba Satellite Click W35Dt-A3300
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Reviews for the Toshiba Satellite Click W35Dt-A3300
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Toshiba's Satellite Click is a good-looking, well-built detachable at a bargain price. But its AMD processor struggles to perform everyday tasks, and both of our test units had battery glitches. Even without the battery woes, however, we reluctantly conclude that the Satellite Click is too slow and heavy for a thumbs up.
Single Review, online available, Long, Date: 01/24/2014
Rating: Total score: 40%
AMD Radeon HD 8180: Integrated graphics card of the AMD A4-1200 APU ("Temash"). Based on the GCN architecture, offers 128 shader units and is clocked at 225 MHz.
Only some 3D games with very low demands are playable with these cards.
A4-1200: Dual-core APU for ultraportables and tablets, codenamed Temash. Based on the Jaguar architecture. Integrates a Radeon HD 8180 graphics card.» Further information can be found in our Comparison of Mobile Processsors.
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Toshiba: Toshiba Corporation is a Japanese conglomerate or technology group. The company was established in 1939 and in 1978 Toshiba became the official company name. The company's products and services include power, industrial and social infrastructure systems, elevators and escalators, electronic components, semiconductors, hard drives, printers, batteries, lighting, logistics and information technology. Toshiba was one of the largest manufacturers of personal computers, consumer electronics, home appliances and medical equipment.
40%: This rating is bad and very rare. There are only a few models that are rated so poorly. If the source is reputable, then a purchase is probably not advisable.
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