Gizmodo's Mark Wilson writes that fast flash storage with hard drive-like capacity puts Toshiba on top of the world.
Fast! This isn't some bargain basement drive that Toshiba shoved in a laptop for bragging rights.
Benchmarks are spectacular: it grossly outperforms the similar MacBook Air and Lenovo X301 when it comes to read/write tests. The 512GB SSD does mean, however, that you pay $3,500 for a laptop that would otherwise be half that price.