Toshiba Qosmio F750 Battery Specifications and Performance
Posted Jun 05 2013 3:46am
The all new Toshiba Qosmio 750 is all impressed with the display and stuff but haven't failed to disappoint with the one of the worst batteries. Even the manufacturer has not made any awe statement regarding the Toshiba Qosmio F750 battery. It simply stated that we could squeeze it down to a maximum of just over three hours, which is true.
Design and Display:
There is nothing negative we could say about the design. It is all eye-catching with the glossy finish and LED lights for the power button and other hotkeys. Toshiba has taken much care in designing it with moderate weight and size. It is of 386mm in length, 265mm in height and a thickness of 39mm. Its design features clearly make a statement that it is neither a gaming device with a powerhouse nor just a device for basic browsing and office works. However, it can be a perfect replacement for your old desktop computer.
Besides the battery for Toshiba Qosmio F750, the laptop has a gorgeous screen. The 1080p screen displays all ranges of colors, which is also enhanced by the TFT coating. The laptop has one benefit compared to other 3D devices. For example, the webcam can be used to track your eyes while moving your head, which option is not available in other devices. The best example could be the Nintendo 3DS where you will have to keep your head still in order experience the 3D effect.
Adding to the woe, the laptop has one of the worst keyboards. Despite nicely sized keys, we doubt whether it could be even considered as a keyboard as far as when gaming is concerned. Touch pad is fine but overall we are not satisfied with the total keyboard package. One good advantage with the device is the default Atheros Wi-Fi module that registered not less than 90 megabytes every second. On the upside, the laptop has a terrific speaker output. It is not fair to expect a sub-woofer in such a laptop, considering already worst battery life but the Harman Kardon speakers perform amazingly. To be frank, the speakers produced enough bass despite the lack of sub-woofers. The Toshiba battery does not perform well and hence we would suggest you keep the volume down when there is no power.
With the Core i7 processor clocking 2.2 GHz under the hood, we had no doubt it was a good contender and we are happy to say it kept up to our expectation. Handling 1TB of hard disk data was not an issue with such a powerful processor. We give credit to Toshiba considering the fact that it offers optional graphics. When running on battery you can actually switch to the integrated graphics rather than using the more powerful, more juice consumable Toshiba Qosmio 750 adapter. Despite a bad keyboard, the installed Toshiba Qosmio F750 adapter, the Nvida performed well when gaming. Not to mention, despite the keyboard, the Toshiba Qosmio 750 battery does not keep up to the mark when there is no power.
The battery for Toshiba Qosmio 750 is the only worry and if at all Toshiba had taken care in solving it, nothing would have bothered us much.
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