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With budget laptops increasingly slimming down to near-Ultrabook dimensions, Toshiba's gigantic Satellite C75 looks almost comically oversized. If you're looking to replace a desktop PC, however, this big-bodied laptop deserves serious consideration. With a respectable Core i3 CPU, a spacious keyboard and a huge 17in display, the Satellite C75 could well have what it takes to become a permanent resident on your desk.
Measuring a whisker over 37mm at its thickest point, the Satellite C75 looks like it could swallow an Ultrabook whole. It's not as weighty as you might guess from its dimensions, but you're unlikely to relish carting its 2.7kg bulk out of the house too often. It could serve as a mobile workstation, however, if exceptional battery life isn't needed: away from the mains, with the display dimmed to 75cd/m2 and Wi-Fi and Bluetooth turned off, the system ran for 5hrs 25mins in our light-use battery test.
|Processor Type||Core i3-4000M|
|Operating System||Windows 10 Pro|
|Supported Memory Types||No|
|Memory Clock Speed||No|
|Internal Memory (RAM)||No|
|Front Camera Megapixel||No|
|Memory Layout (Modules X Size)||No|
|Card Reader Integrated||No|
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