Full screen cinemascope videos.
Split screen multitasking.
Builtin GPU powerful to play recent games.
Light weight and stylish.
Harman/kardon speakers are very impressive.
Screen is not IPS.
Keyboard dents when typing.
No memory card reader.
Touchpad misses too many taps.
No numeric keypad.
By Tbreak.com on November 12, 2012
It’s a tough choice, and therefore the decision on whether to buy the Toshiba Satellite U840W will depend purely on the type of media you consume. If you’re looking to watch a lot of movie on the go, then the 21:9 ultra-widescreen of the...80
By Stuff.tv on October 01, 2012
A true star when it comes to movies, and it just about performs as an all-round laptop too....80
By Expert Reviews on September 12, 2012
A great high-resolution screen makes this laptop stand out, but its keyboard and touchpad slightly detract...80
By CNET Australia on September 07, 2012
It's a little bit different, and we'd hazard a guess that only a few people will be sold by Toshiba's extra-wide display. For those who do get the appeal, they'll also find a well-built, well-featured laptop, with better than usual...80
By PC Pro on September 03, 2012
An innovative screen but with limited benefits and niggles elsewhere, it's little more than a...67
By Wired on August 13, 2012
Ultrabooks may not be commodity computers yet, but that’s the path we seem to be going down, at least. Credit then is due to Toshiba, which is doing something unique with its Satellite U840W.There’s no sense beating around the bush:...80
By Good Gear Guide on August 12, 2012
The Toshiba Satellite U840W is designed for multimedia above all else -- it has exceptoinal speakers and its extra-wide screen allows many movies to fit in it perfectly, but it's also very useful for multitasking. We like the build quality and the...80
By NotebookCheck on July 16, 2012
Some of our readers might rightfully ask themselves the following question: "Why would I need an Ultrabook with a 21:9 aspect ratio?!" It's an interesting concept for sure. We do see some potential - not only as far as playing movies and videos is con80
By Trusted Reviews on June 06, 2012
The Satellite U840W is an all-round goody bag combining generally premium build and materials with a usable backlit keyboard and the best speakers we’ve yet heard on an Ultrabook along with good battery life.80
By T3 Magazine on June 01, 2012
The Toshiba Satellite U840W is a strange beast - it's currently the only laptop that enables you use the entire screen to watch anamorphic widescreen films, with no black bars at the top and bottom of the picture. The unconventional screen shape means65