Toshiba

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If you’re curious as to how I do my blogging, I’ve been using a laptop for years. I think the last time that I used a pc was back in 2007 where I had to finish my thesis in college.

I got my first laptop on 2008, a brand name that should-not-be-named hence it will overrun the purpose of this blog entry. Besides, it was a crappy piece of brand and lasted only for 2 years which died right after I have overused it by downloading and editing tons of stuff (I usually leave my laptop open or on low power mode to continue my downloads).

To be honest I am not a techy person, I really don’t care much about specs but after that incident I started to care about durability. And so my second laptop was different. I forgot what type it was but I remember that it was produced by TOSHIBA. It has a feature in which I could remove the battery and save it from getting fried for frequent usage which I actually liked. Then after a couple of years someone told me that I shouldn’t have done that because it actually heats up the motherboard… but whatever. That laptop is still working well and is now being used by someone who still gets to enjoy watching movies and dramas in it.

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Watching Japanese movies with my old laptop.

My current laptop is Toshiba Satellite L15. It’s light and very handy and if you want to know more about it and its specs you can check it out here: Toshiba Satellite L15

In courtesy of my parents who got it from the states, I had my laptop since 2014 and it’s still working well for me. I love the fact that it’s small and light, making it not much of a hassle to carry around. I bring mine at cafe’s whenever I just want to write or study. Some says it looks like a Macbook and I agree that it does except that it’s waaaaaaay cheaper than the latter. The processor is great that it does not lag unlike some laptops I know and as for heating up, it does heat up if left open for quite some time but put it in an air-conditioned place or let a fan blow directly at it, it’s still good to go. So if you ask me what laptop brand I’ll be choosing from, I’d always go with Toshiba as it’s something I’ve tried and tested.

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