The Toshiba Satellite L670D series is targeting the large 17.3-inch display in 16:9 format as well as the dedicated DirectX 11 graphics card clearly towards multimedia notebook and desktop replacement. The "D" denotes AMD as a supplier of graphics chip and processor , the 120 version L670D currently the leader of the series in glossy black outfit is.
While all other production models can work hard for the two nuclei, the Toshiba Satellite L670D-120 enjoyed a triple-core. Particularly rich is also the drive - a Blu-ray burner. We tested Toshiba's multimedia ship.Who a 17-inch (cm) with dimensions of about 41x27 centimeters would heave a packaging board finds itself on even a relatively heavy and rich device. In fact, the Satellite L670D weighs only about 2.8 kilograms and is for that size class with a thickness of 2.8 cm at the front and 3.8 inches at the rear also quite flat.
Like almost all of the latest multimedia notebook from Toshiba is also this with a black, glossy cover, which has received an ornament but a sort of diamond pattern. Also the display and the frame shine, the only dull spot is the keyboard.Visually, the notebook is pretty nice for a multimedia device designed but cautious. At first glance, the process works quite well, if you look closer, but can be found some places that are not trimmed very clean. Perhaps these minor shortcomings, however, even with our test device found.
However, what should be in the complete series of the case, the flexibility of the display: the screen size and placement of the hinge construction may seem a little unstable. The screen is generally slightly yields under pressure, which is also noticeable when closed - for example when you move about wearing. The package consists only of a laptop, quick guide, manual and a small and lightweight power supply. A recovery of Windows 7 , here as a Home Premium 64-bit, it is only on the hard disk.