Toshiba Satellite C55-B5382 Review
The laptop is powered by the Intel Core i3-4005U processor, which is part of the Haswell generation and operates at 1.7GHz. This low-mid range chip doesn't have TurboBoost, meaning that it won't overclock under heavy load.
It also has a generous 500GB hard drive, which is plenty for most people's needs. The hard drive also provides space for storage of multimedia content, such as HD videos and music. The laptop's 15.6-inch TruBrite display has a native 1366x768 resolution, and can output 720p video to an external monitor. It's also equipped with a webcam for video conferencing.
In our tests, the C55-C scored about 3,400 points in Geekbench 3 and about 2,586 on our Metro:LL test. That's a respectable score for an inexpensive budget computer, but it falls well short of the Dell Inspiron 15t's 4,422 and our overall budget laptop average of 3,522.
It's easy to keep a toshiba satellite c55 b5382 review in top condition when you take proper care of it. When it's not in use, remove the battery and store it in an Anti-Static bag in a cool, dry place. You should cycle the battery – charge and discharge it at least once a month, to prevent damaging the cells. This will help extend the battery's lifespan, which is influenced by the temperature where it sits. The ideal temperature is between 15 and 25 degrees Celsius, but a warmer environment can cause the battery to wear out faster than expected.