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'Thin and portable'
'Switching to tablet mode is awkward'
'Display Is Exposed Even When Closed'
'Easy to hold and transport'
'the power saver mode is perfectly usable.'
'The integrated video processor is able to help decode HD videos (AVC/VC-2/MPEG2) , e.g., for a fluent Blu-Ray playback with slow CPUs.'
'The laptop has a 12.1" widescreen LED-backlit display that is viewable both indoors and outdoors and is digital pen and touchscreen capable.'
'nasty crunching sound'
'confusing and small identical buttons'
'viable workstation performance'
'No multi touch'
'easy wireless network connections'
'Given its relatively inexpensive price, this notebook has good features for the money.'
'The M6's speed is solid but not exceptional.'
'More information on Toshiba's EasyGuard technology is available at www.easyguard.toshiba.com .'
'Uncomfortable mouse buttons'
'plenty of ports.'
'hefty price tag'
'uncomfortable keyboard and touch pad'
'Unfortunately, the laptop's speakers are spectacularly poor; the Tecra M6 manages to eke out sound (in stereo!)'
'Add together the CD-ROM, floppy drive, docking unit and mains adaptor and you have three hardware extras to carry around in addition to the main unit.'
'only 1024 x 768 native screen resolution.'
'Small touchpadMediocre microphone.'
'new Intel Core Duo processor'
'not targeted at the gaming crowd, this computer will likely fulfill more modest notebook needs.'
'The case is so thin that every keystroke rocks the entire unit; if you don't want to drive yourself crazy trying to manage the flopping screen, you need to set the laptop on a stable surface.'
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