There are a few versions of the Toshiba L50. The only difference is the size of the hard drive. (most of them 1TB) and the processor.
This has the i5 There are also AMD A8 i7 Intel Pentium N3540
IS IT FAST?
Well, it's not slow but it's not a super speedy ultrabook. It's able to play games, and for normal activity this is just fine. I ran some tests and the only thing it struggled with was 3D rendering. Everything else was perfectly acceptable.
It's just under 3 KGs. I think it looks rather nice out and about. The size (15.6) is perfect for transporting and the battery life isn't too bad.
Its main strengths are in it's sturdiness, the 1TB hard-drive, has HDMI and USB 3.0 ports. The sound is also worth mentioning.
A deep, rich bass. When watching a film the dialogue really really clear. Very crisp.
I think it's ok. Not fantastic. That said, it's not too poor, just OK.
Mid range general use. It won't disappoint. For gamers, developers, video editors you will need to look elsewhere.
The chassis looks sleek and modern. Pretty in fact.
I may be the only person who likes windows 8.1. But it performs very well on this.
Responsive. I actually got to like it the more i used it. It's not backlit, which I prefer.
After a few hours of use the laptop was slightly warm. No overheating.
No issues. No drop outs. Good.
A little is included, but not tons and tons of bloatware, which I appreciate.
Looks good, is slim and lightish. And quite good value for the price.
Yes. Hope this was helpful, any questions I'll try to help. Just post a question.