TOSHIBA Satellite Radius 12 P20W-C-10K 12.5" 2 in 1  £499.97 at currys
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TOSHIBA Satellite Radius 12 P20W-C-10K 12.5" 2 in 1 £499.97 at currys

£499.97Currys Deals
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Found 6th Apr 2016
Highlights

- 360° convertible screen gives you more ways to use your laptop and view your content in comfort

- Full HD screen displays your content with incredible detail

- Windows 10 offers a fantastic all-round user experience

- Intel® Core™ i5 processor delivers high-speed computing that won't leave you waiting

Convertible design

Designed to stand out, the Toshiba Satellite Radius 12 P20W-C-10K 12.5" 2 in 1 with a brushed metal finish offers five different modes to give you all the flexibility you need in one versatile device.

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13 Comments

Looks like a nice machine but let down by tiny keyboard and poor battery life according to review.

littld

Looks like a nice machine but let down by tiny keyboard and poor battery … Looks like a nice machine but let down by tiny keyboard and poor battery life according to review.



​u got a link to a review?

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littld

Looks like a nice machine but let down by tiny keyboard and poor battery … Looks like a nice machine but let down by tiny keyboard and poor battery life according to review.


every piece of hardware / computer is prone to loads of positive / negative reviews . again last time this was on £549.99 and that HUKD went soaring high temperature. Not big fan of toshiba, only used once .

hotukdeals.com/dea…905

littld

http://www.techradar.com/reviews/pc-mac/laptops-portable-pcs/laptops-and-netbooks/toshiba-satellite-radius-12-1303336/review




the one being reviewed has a 4k screen which explains the dismal battery life. this one has a full HD which im assuming is 1080p

More info here - same price at PC World (same company as Curry's so might be worth consolidating the 2 posts?)

hotukdeals.com/dea…905

shahidali47

the one being reviewed has a 4k screen which explains the dismal battery … the one being reviewed has a 4k screen which explains the dismal battery life. this one has a full HD which im assuming is 1080p


Another review with the standard display - battery life still pretty poor compared to the competition. The mushy build quality reported matches my experience of Toshiba laptops but you can't argue with the price. Not a bad deal.

Reviews on this 1080p model are few and far between but it seems like a pretty good deal, battery life may be shorter than other ultrabooks but most ultrabooks are not in this price range or even close

Agreed, the "competition" its comparing too are all high-price ultrabooks like the Dell XPS 13. Given this was reduced from £850 down to £500, at this price point the comparison isn't a fair one any more.

Already posted at hotukdeals.com/dea…905, in case anyone wanted to see the other post.
Edited by: "haarrrrrry" 6th Apr 2016

I got this notebook few days ago. Netflix streaming with 75% brightness gave me 4.5hrs battery life. I'm expecting little better battery life once I do the clean install. Build quality is very good and not bad as reviewers say... once you installed the latest bios, fan noise is not a issue and touch pad is very responsive.

Don't exxpect any future support. Toshiba has pulled out of the European consumer market.

theregister.co.uk/201…pe/

Jellybeans

Don't exxpect any future support. Toshiba has pulled out of the European … Don't exxpect any future support. Toshiba has pulled out of the European consumer market.http://www.theregister.co.uk/2016/02/26/toshiba_no_consumer_pcs_in_europe/



​They said they are honoring warranty claims so it's not a series issue.

I have the i7 version of this. Keyboard is fine, as is battery life if you avoid the 4K version. Also supports Microsoft Hello in Windows 10.
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