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Fast graphics, Comfortable keyboard, Symphonic sound.
The Toshiba Qosmio X775-Q7170 is a midprice big-screen gaming laptop that comes from one of our favorite high-end laptop lines. It includes a powerful GPU for gaming.
Comfortable keyboard with tenkey number pad, Cool red lights.
Outstanding all-around performance; big, beautiful display; booming audio
Excellent performance, Decent backlit keyboard, Great speakers, Runs cool and quiet.
Fast for gaming and everyday work, Large 17.3inch 3D display.
Very good performance, Stylish, comfortable keyboard, Display supports full 1080p HD, Integrated Nvidia 3DVision, Blu-ray reader, two large hard drives included.
The Toshiba Qosmio X775-3DV78 is a stereoscopic 3D laptop with excellent CPU performance and high-end graphics. The Nvidia 3D Vision system works as advertised. Tons of RAM and hard-drive space and a Blu-ray-RW drive are part of a big feature list.
Good but not great screen and CPU, DVD, not Blu-ray, drive, Big and bulky.
The plastic design looks and feels dated and a bit cheap. Serious gamer and multimedia types would likely spend a bit more for a 1080p screen and Core i7 CPU.
Mediocre performance, Lowres screen with fussy images and text.
Big and heavy; 3D viewing requires hefty glasses; short battery life
Low resolution display, Strange design, Soso build quality, Poor touchpad buttons.
Soso touchpad, some glitches in 3D playback, Short battery life.
Atrocious battery life, Tacky design, Lacks graphics switching system, Mouse buttons are noisy.
Bulky and heavy, this isn't a laptop that's ever likely to leave a desk--especially with its unsurprisingly poor battery life.
By PC Mag on April 12, 2012
The Toshiba Qosmio X775-Q7170 gaming laptop offers great sound and 30-fps gaming, but we wish it had more horsepower and higher resolution. ...
By cnet on April 04, 2012
With the recent emphasis on better materials and design across all laptop segments, the gaudy, plastic Toshiba Qosmio X775-Q7170 delivers decent performance, but not a look to...
By PCWorld on March 26, 2012
The Qosmio may look like a gaming rig, but it fails to deliver on performance and has an unimpressive...
By NotebookCheck on December 01, 2011
Ultimately, the Qosmio X775-Q7272 offers much for performance minded users. With its 2.1 speaker system and high-end CPU and GPU combo, it’s capable of handling nearly anything content-hungry users want to throw at it, whether you’re doing...
By Computer Shopper on October 01, 2011
This huge laptop is one of the best 3D-capable machines we've seen, especially for gaming. The Nvidia-based 3D requires glasses, but the 17-inch screen renders it very well....
By Computerworld on August 23, 2011
At the moment, 3D is the hottest thing in Hollywood, with most action and animated flicks coming out in both 3D and 2D versions. Game-makers have been a little slower in embracing the technology, but there are dozens of games that have been written...
By Online Notebook on August 22, 2011
Toshiba Qosmio X775-3DV78 is a stereoscopic 3D enabled Blu-ray equipped laptop with plenty of horsepower for games. It offers very good performance, comfortable stylish keyboard, full 1080p high definition display, integrated Nvidia 3D vision, two...
By Notebook Review on August 22, 2011
The Toshiba Qosmio X775 has some to like and a lot to dislike. Let's start with the pros: excellent overall performance for gaming and multimedia, good speakers, and a decent backlit keyboard. It also has a three-hour battery life, which is very...
By AnandTech on August 17, 2011
Toshiba's flagship Qosmio line of notebooks have been, for the longest time, big, flashy, red and black beasts. These juggernauts sported 18" screens with high-end graphics and processing power, but at the same time they were...well, probably not...
By PCWorld on August 15, 2011
You'd have a hard time finding a better multimedia laptop than this desktop replacement from Toshiba....
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