SINGAPORE -- I was disappointed and most annoyed to discover that the brand new Toshiba L30 laptop purchased -
comes without a Caps Light indicator as
surely all keyboards, since the era of Imperial
On a return visit back to Harvey Norman the giant Australian electronics,etc retailer here at Parkway Parade in Singapore - the on-duty laptop salesman claimed to know nothing of this irritant 'oversight' by Toshiba.
Surely this is not the way of the future for computer manufacturers to grade their products;
By ie the ommission of essential & basic features
neeeded to operate the keyboard or whatever.
I assume the next grade up at least gets a Caps Indicator. My experience could be similar to buying a bargain basement car without a main beam function in the headlights or a Fridge without an automatic light that turns off after door opening/shutting etc etc.
In the interest of offering price beating laptops like the L30; Retailers around the globe should make it known that this model can be likened to a Factory misfit / second, it is almost as per a normal laptop but that the price differential is due to factory savings on usual installation of a Caps Light.
I have had to install a freeware Systray Indicator from SnapFiles to cover up this Laptops'major deficiency. http://www.snapfiles.com/get/systrayindicator.html
Had I known I would have saved up an extra few hundred dollars to buy a complete Laptop.