It’s an ultrathin, ultraversatile, multi-mode laptop that empowers you to do more. With a flip-and-fold convertible design that allows the laptop’s screen to rotate 360 degrees, the Satellite RadiusTM gives you more freedom and flexibility to work the way you want – at any angle you choose. Featuring a fourth generation Intel® CoreTM processor and brilliant 15.6″ diagonal, Full HD, TruBrite®, multi-touch IPS display, it offers fast performance and plenty of room to work, view and share. You’ll also love its smart-locking keyboard, thin and light design, awesome battery life and premium sound system. Bottom line: It’s an attractive, all-around performer that will make heads turn.

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  1. Kevin says:

    Very big issues with this laptop. I bought this laptop yesterday expecting great things based on the specs and features listed. However, when I got the laptop, the fans were unusually loud, even though I was just simply browsing the Internet with one tab open. It was extremely distracting. I also noticed flickering on the webpages I browsed. Then the next day, the colors were totally washed out and the computer’s screen looked monochrome. Later on in that day, red lines filled my screen. When I X’d out of a window, that window’s image would be bled into my desktop’s display. As it is now, my brand new $850 laptop is in a worse state than the four year old $530 laptop I was replacing it with.My laptop is defective, and now I have to go through the hassle of returning it and ordering a new one. Amazon cannot simply replace it since it was sold through a third party. It’s entirely possible I was just unlucky and got one of the few defective laptops. This laptop is a new model, so I’m not sure anyone really…

  2. Jonathan F. says:

    Review from a Mac user perspective! I don’t normally write reviews, but this laptop has been such a pleasure to use, I’d like to say a couple things for any prospective buyers.I bought this laptop as a replacement for my 2009 MacBook Pro which I mainly used for photo editing. I was tired of paying the Apple premium and Windows based PC laptops have come a long way. I opted for the Toshiba Satellite Radius because ascetically it is very Apple-like in design, has solid hardware features and was priced reasonably (under $1000 USD). Despite being used to the OS X operating system, I was able to navigate through Windows 8.1 with ease and setup my desktop to my liking. I recommend updating the laptop with all the latest drivers and patches using both Toshiba’s setup window and the Windows update panel. I was also able to get free software to read my Mac formatted external hard drives making the platform switch a breeze. Adobe CC also works great and I transferred all my Photoshop actions and Lightroom color…

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