PC Magazine writes a review of the Toshiba Satellite M105-S3011:
The M105-S3011 carries the same 1.67-GHz Intel Core Duo T2300 processor as the Dell E1505 and the Acer 4202WLMi. Even in this budget price range, this dual-core CPU is what you should want. The system also comes with 512MB of RAM, and though that may be okay today, I strongly suggest getting 1GB. The integrated graphics will need some of that to run, and when you upgrade to Windows Vista, perhaps next year, you’ll be happy you have the extra memory. Though the Satellite doesn’t have the longest battery life of the value laptops (Acer wins that award), it ran for 3 hours 38 minutes, which isn’t too shabby either. On my multimedia tests, its Adobe Photoshop scores were about 40 seconds slower because of its smaller memory, but its Microsoft Windows Media encoder tests were on a par with the other two comparable systems.
In addition, the M105-S3011 is one of the lightest budget Core Duo notebooks on the market which supports SRS TruSurround sound technology, 14.1-inch TruBrite widescreen, and has a FireWire port. For more info and product comparison, visit PC Magazine.