The M35-S320 series is named for its wireless networking capabilities, and can be considered the granddaddy of the wireless notebook packs. The novelty of wireless notebooks soon caught on and spread to more competent platforms, but nevertheless not leaving the originator in the dust.
The Toshiba Satellite series can go online right out of the box, and with the abundance of free wireless hotspots available, is very ideal to have on a long trip. The vendor specific components in the Satellite series also make it a good entertainment box, for both games and movies. Depending on the model, battery power ranges from friendly to horrible. But on an average, the laptops power is pretty even all around.
During the opening of the 2006 of 'M' models of the Satellite series, Toshiba unveiled the powerhouse M-65. The larger hard drive blows away the roomy 60 GB M35-S320 unit, and battery power has finally seemed to have found a comfortable point. Being marketed as a graphical powerhouse, it is only fair the battery compliments it as well.
With a long history of success behind it, the M-65 should have a lot of consumers backing its reliable hardware.
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