Toshiba Satellite C55 Reviews
In this post we are going to Toshiba C55 reveiw. The C55-C is one of two new 15.6-inch “C” series laptops, with the C55D-C following closely behind (AMD based). The C70-C and C70D-C, which are similar to the C55 but have 17.3-inch HD screens, are their larger siblings.

The C55-C comes with an Intel Core i3-4005U processor and an HD Graphics integrated GPU. Given the low price and extended (estimated) battery life, we believe this is the best student setup. The Toshiba Satellite C55 Reviews comes with a variety of CPU options, including the i5-5200U, i3-4005U, i3-5015U, and N3700.

Processors feature a maximum of 4 cores with a maximum base processing frequency of 2.2 GHz, 1.7 GHz, 2.1 GHz, 1.6 GHz, and can leverage a processor frequency that can be increased to 2.7 GHz, with 3 MB of processor cache, and are also known as Broadwell, Haswell, and Braswell processors.

Here are some features of Toshiba Satellite C55. Let’s have a look

For a budget laptop, the Toshiba Satellite C55 is rather attractive. It’s only 23.5 mm thick (23.5 mm) and weighs only 1969 g. (4.36 lbs). That framework is a surprise as well because it’s 12% less than the manufacturer’s stated “up to” 2.2 kg.

The casing appears to be flimsy and bends slightly when squeezed, but this isn’t unusual for a notebook in this class and doesn’t necessarily imply that it won’t endure for years. However, it’s clear that Toshiba put a lot of effort into giving the new C55 an attractive body.

The display of the Toshiba Satellite C55 is a CHI MEI – N156BGE-E42 REV.C1 HD TN panel with a matte finish. It has a 15.6-inch diagonal (39.62 cm) with a 1366 x 768-pixel resolution. This corresponds to a pixel density of 100 pixels per inch (PPI), a 16:9 aspect ratio, and a pixel pitch of 0.253 x 0.253 mm.

When seen from a distance of 86 cm or more, N156BGE-E42 REV.C1 becomes “Retina” (the human eye quits identifying individual pixels) due to these properties. The normal distance is roughly 60 cm, so the outcome isn’t spectacular, but it’s far from uncommon, especially among cheap models.

The sound quality of the Toshiba Satellite C55 Reviews is acceptable. The entire spectrum of low to high tones is not pure enough, and resonance can be heard on occasion. The sound is stereo and has a lot of strength.

Technical Specifications:
Brand Toshiba
Processor N3700, i3-4005U, i3-5015U, i5-5200U
RAM 500 GB, 1000 GB
Display 15.6 inch
Graphic cards Intel HD Graphics, NVIDIA GeForce 920M, Intel HD Graphics 4400, Intel HD Graphics 5500

● Long battery life
● Quick card reader
● Low surface temps
● Stylish design
● Comfortable keyboard

● The framework is not stable
● Narrow sRGB coverage

Final verdict:
To conclude, we did a Toshiba c55 review. Given that we’re looking at a budget-friendly, small and light notebook, we’re pleased with the results of the Toshiba Satellite C55 Reviews. This laptop is among Amazon’s best-sellers for a reason: it can be used as a daily computer for anyone who wants a notebook for office work, viewing movies, surfing the Web, listening to music, or light gaming (on low settings). If you travel frequently, you’ll like the battery life, which is about six hours.