Sound ultrabook with striking extras
Display and Design
The Toshiba Satellite U840W-X0110 Ultrabook poses an extra wide 14.4-inch HD Clear SuperView Cinematic display with LED backlit and an unconventional resolution of 1,792 x 768 pixels. The screen may not be intriguing but is apt for people who love to view two different things side by side.
It has a thickness of 21 mm and a weight of just 1.68 kg which means you will love to carry it around. However, it is a bit extra long than a conventional laptop. The dual tone rubberized lid carrying a black color on one half and precious silver on the other not only looks appealing but provides better gripping as well.
Processor and OS
The laptop is powered by a 1.7GHz Intel Core i5 3rd generation processor working in combination with a 6GB DDR3 RAM which is expandable up to 16GB via 2 DIMM slots. The powerful configuration makes light of anything you throw at it. However, it might stutter while running rich games as it comes with Intel HD 4000 GPU only. It runs on 64 bit Windows 8 OS.
Camera, Storage and Multimedia
The Toshiba Satellite U840W-X0110 Ultrabook features a webcam which is handy in making video calls. In addition to the regular 500GB SATA HDD, the laptop features 32GB of SSD memory for super quick response. The 16 bit Harman Kardon stereo speakers powered by SRS Premium Sound are bound to make you go mad. The laptop also carries a tile matt backlit keyboard.
Battery and Connectivity
The Toshiba Satellite U840W-X0110 Ultrabook has a 4 cell Li-Po battery promising up to 7 hours of backup. Connectivity features include 3 USB 3.0 slots, Ethernet port, WLAN, Bluetooth, digital media reader and HDMI out.
The Toshiba Satellite U840W-X0110 is a high end notebook which can be easily carried around and used for executing business needs at will. The presence of SSD memory provides faster response. The screen is good for people who like to view two different windows at the same time. the powerful battery backup is impressive as well It has got powerful speakers but is devoid of optical drive.