The computer is equipped with a classic touchpad:
Its small size is its only drawback – the buttons and the touch-sensitive area are smaller than usual, but don’t make it altogether unhandy. You just have to get used to it.
The only thing I didn’t like in this notebook was its screen. Its maximum brightness is still rather low, its viewing angles are narrow, its colors are dull, and its speed is low. This is quite a long list of drawbacks, don’t you think? As for the good points, the “clipping” effect is not observed, t skin color is represented naturally, the minimum brightness is really low, the black color is really black, and the backlighting is uniform.
The Satellite M35X-S11 is equipped with the best audio subsystem of all the notebooks tested in this review. It even has a surround sound mode.
Of course, the 3D sound mode didn’t impress me at all, but the quality of the sound was really good for such small speakers.
The notebook comes with a Wi-Fi adapter as the sticker informs you:
Another sticker suggests that you buy an external USB device to enhance the notebook’s multimedia functionality:
I wonder if this thing is necessary at all for a low-end notebook. Could this gadget have been developed exclusively for the M35X-S111?