The Toshiba Tecra A11 Notebook Computer Review

By Housen Maratouk | Posted April 26, 2010

To say the Tecra A11 is a feature-laden notebook PC would be a hefty understatement. From power-packed processor, memory and hard drive to more ports than the merchant Marines (even a serial port), Toshiba delivers a desktop replacement notebook that really performs. HardwareCentral has the full review.


Often, when targeting business professionals, laptop PC makers seem to focus so much on getting their products perceived as reliable or cost-effective that performance seems to become a secondary consideration. But the best business–class systems strike just the right balance, offering both solid performance and peace of mind. And with the Tecra A11, Toshiba is looking to show us that they've got that balance down to a T.

The Tecra A11 is a desktop replacement that's a little more portable than many of the breed, thanks to a 15.6- instead of 17-inch or larger screen -- but a high-resolution screen, rest assured, at 1,440 by 900 with native 720p HD support. Weighing in at as little as 5.6 pounds depending on configuration options, it measures 9.9 by 14.7 by 1.5 inches. So it's not the slimmest 15-inch-class laptop you're going to come across, but it's not the bulkiest, either.

Read the complete Toshiba Tecra A11 notebook PC review

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