Pros: large screen, blu-ray drive, new AMD APU, and aluminum finish.
Cons: Commonly misadvertised as having dedicated M series Radeon GPU instead of the actual included lowly G-series integrated graphics. Turbo-mode issues.
CPU/APU: AMD A6 3400 APU Memory: 6gb (4gb+2gb) DDR3 PC-10600 5-5-5-15 Samsung memory modules HDD: Hitachi Travelstar 640Gb 5400rpm GPU: AMD 6500M Series Radeon HD 6520M Optical Drive: Matsushita BD-rom/DVD-RW Display: 17.3" 1600x900 TFT Wireless: 802.11b/g/n Well the notebook arrived yesterday afternoon (Office Depot L775D-S7226). Out of the box I can report that it is cosmetically and functionally identical as the Wal-Mart model counterpart (L775D-S7206) that I purchased and had a defective HDD upon using for the first time (Frankly it acted like Toshiba had not installed any OS at all, and was probably the culprit). The Brushed dark blue aluminum finish is quite nice cosmetically and...(read more)