Operating System:

Microsoft Windows 8.1 (64-bit)


4th generation Intel Quad Core i7-4710HQ 2.5GHz with Turbo Boost up to
16GB DDR3 1600MHz RAM


1TB (5400 RPM) SATA Hard Drive

Graphics Video:

17.3″ diagonal widescreen TruBrite® TFT FHD (1920 x 1080) Display
Mobile Intel HD graphics with shared graphics memory


HD Webcam and microphone
Wireless-N 802.11b/g/n Wi-Fi


Built-in Harmon/Kardon stereo speakers
DTS Studio Sound


Premium Keyboard with 10-key (black)
Touch pad pointing device with multi-touch control

I/O Ports Slots:

3 USB ports (2 USB 3.0 + 1 USB 2.0 port with USB Sleep and Charge)
RJ-45 LAN port
Memory Card Reader
Microphone input
Headphone output
RGB output port
Slot for Security Lock

Power Supply:

6-cell Lithium Ion Battery
90W AC Adapter


16.3″ W x 10.6″ D x 1.3″ H, 5.9 lbs.

3 thoughts on “Toshiba Satellite 17.3″ Full HD High Performance Laptop Computer – 4th Generation i7-4720HQ 2.6G Hz, 16 GB DDR3 Memory, 1 TB Hard Drive, Super DVD Burner, Backlit Keyboard, Dual-Band Wireless AC, Windows 10

  1. Kenneth Umbach says:

    Good machine, with a couple of caveats I’ve had several Toshiba laptops over many years. This one is the latest. So far, it is living up to expectations (speed, features . . .). A couple of caveats:1. I find the touchpad more difficult than the one on my last Toshiba (one I’ve had for about five years). I never use wireless mouse on the older one, but on this one, had to resort to it immediately. With practice, I’m getting better with this touchpad. Maybe I can find out how to adjust sensitivity so that I don’t have to press so hard.2. The DVD drive requires very precise placement of the disc and more pressure than I am used to in order to properly insert a disc. If not firmly on the spindle, and tilted the wrong way, the disc can slide above the drive enclosure and become lodged inside the machine. (I had to have a computer shop open the case to rescue my disc. I’m speaking from experience here.) Button that opens the drive is hard to find and push. But that is also an advantage, as it is unlikely…

  2. jbrand88 says:

    Okay as long as you don’t need the keyboard I started out loving this computer. The specs are good, and the general performance has lived up to my expectations. The graphics are about what you would expect – not gaming quality, but perfectly fine for everything else. I would expect no more at this price point. The speakers are robust and fairly clear.The problem comes when you try to type on the keyboard. I have owned many computers, and have never had a keyboard even close to as bad as this one. To type a document is excruciating – some keys fail to register half the time, and some (such as the i’s and n’s in my case) invariably register double character every time, no matter how you push the key. I have had to correct about ten errors just in this short review. I can’t believe a company as reputable as Toshiba included such a cheap keyboard.If you plan on using this computer mostly for web browsing, etc., it should be fine. However, if you need to use the keyboard for anything more than…

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