Toshiba Satellite C75D-B7350 Review

December 29, 2014
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A large laptop for low price – reality or not? If you ask Toshiba, reality for sure. They’ve recently released Toshiba Satellite C75D-B7350 notebook sporting a big 17.3″ screen. The laptop is powered by Windows 8.1 and runs on a quad-core CPU. But as usually, budget computers have some quirks you should definitely know about. Read on to find more about this computer below.

The essentials

Toshiba Satellite C75D-B7350’s processor is AMD A4-6210. It’s a quad-core, 1.8GHz system on a chip meant for low-end laptops. It’s not on par with modern Intel processors starting from i3s, however everyday computing with this AMD – like with any other processor – is viable. Furthermore, it contains a Radeon R3 graphics chip for rudimentary gaming.

Four gigabytes DDR3L memory is installed on this system. Toshiba says it’s not possible for user to upgrade the RAM. That’s true if you don’t want to tinker – but I’ve heard people installing more memory to Toshiba Satellites with some extra effort. Anyway, settling for 4GB is enough for most uses.

Hard drive is unsurprisingly a 500GB 5400RPM one. Most other budget laptops contain a similar drive. SSD speeds are of course something you won’t get, but the half a terabyte drive has space for thousands of files. As such, a casual user probably won’t run out of storage.

Screen and graphics

The 17.3″ screen allows for some activities that are convenient on a big display – such as movie watching. The 1600×900 of course imposes a limit on the quality, and Full HD content will be downscaled to fit that resolution. But again, a 1920×1080 display for this price is unheard of and the current setup is fine for everyday use.

Radeon R3 chip handles the graphics of Toshiba Satellite C75D-B7350. Together with the AMD processor, it’s equivalent to Intel HD 4000 in terms of performance. On this system, it’s estimated that Battlefield 4’s frames would be around 20. Minecraft would do better job (>40 FPS) like all games two years older or more.


Connections of Toshiba Satellite C75D-B7350 include one USB 3.0 and two USB 2.0s for peripherals. Also a HDMI output is present for HDTV integration. On top of that, there’s a VGA out available for older monitors.

Networking options include both regular 802.11 b/g/n wireless and 10/100 Ethernet port. Bluetooth isn’t supported by default.

The laptop has a DVD burner and memory card reader (SD, SDHC, SDXC, miniSD, microSD, MMC) for additional storage and file transferring. HD webcam with basic mic are available for video calls.

What else to keep in mind?

Portability in larger laptops isn’t that great. The sheer size and weight of 5.9 pounds might make Toshiba Satellite C75D-B7350 inconvenient for traveling – but that’s the downside of having a big screen. The 6-cell battery is promised up to 4 hours life which should be accurate.

A numeric keypad is installed on right hand side of the keyboard.

Budget laptops tend to have bloatware. Simply uninstall it from Control Panel if it annoys you.

In conclusion

Toshiba Satellite C75D-B7350 is a choice for those that find large screen an useful thing to play with. You can do all the daily stuff, like web browsing, Office work, movies and low-level gaming on it. The non-Full HD resolution of course would make this notebook less desirable for power users, but I bet most wouldn’t complain – especially for the money. I saw this laptop selling for around 350 bucks which is rather justified price for this item.

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