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The Satellite P55t isn

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God technology is flying. Now I need an 11in notebook with a 4k screen and ill be good.

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Being that Toshiba is one of the worst, if not the worst, laptop manufacturers, I wouldn't touch this thing.

 

Like the rest of their Satellite line, the specs will sound good on paper, but actual performance and quality is subpar.

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Being that Toshiba is one of the worst, if not the worst, laptop manufacturers, I wouldn't touch this thing.

 

Like the rest of their Satellite line, the specs will sound good on paper, but actual performance and quality is subpar.

 

Admittedly it has been a very long time since I owned one, my experience with Toshiba machines was far more positive.

 

The problem I see with this machine is the 1TB spinning platter disc.  They could have at least put an SSD in it like the rMBP.

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That's the challenger?

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Maybe on specs it is a challenger but it sure isn't in the looks department.

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God technology is flying. Now I need an 11in notebook with a 4k screen and ill be good.

These resolutions should have happened a couple years after LCD's became mainstream.

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Still looks like any Toshiba in the supermarket price range though

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Sorry, I could have sworn I saw it sported a 4K display in the title but the specs say a 3.8K screen.

3.8K is NOT 4K, this laptop is nothing short of a joke.

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Sorry, I could have sworn I saw it sported a 4K display in the title but the specs say a 3.8K screen.

3.8K is NOT 4K, this laptop is nothing short of a joke.

There's two versions of 4K..  DCI and UHD.  3840x2160 is most certainly one of the two 4K resolutions, used typically for TV's and such to keep the same aspect ratio of 16:9.  DCI's a bit wider at 17:9.

Edit: Posted at the same time above, oops.

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Sorry, I could have sworn I saw it sported a 4K display in the title but the specs say a 3.8K screen.
3.8K is NOT 4K, this laptop is nothing short of a joke.


UHD is a resolution of 3840 pixels

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