These are some common tools used to work on this device. You might not need every tool for every procedure.
The Toshiba Tecra Series of business laptops was released in 1996. The M2 model released in 2005 boasted an Intel Pentium M Processor, a maximum memory capacity of 2,048MB, 74.52 GB Hard Drive space, and a 14.1" screen. The Tecra M2 was praised for its small size and portability. The laptop retailed for modest $1,900 to on-the-go business professionals and tech savvy industry members. It measured 12.25 inches wide by 10.25 inches deep and slightly less than 1.5 inches thick, and it weighed just shy of 5 pounds. The standby battery life was about 4 hours, therefore it is recommend to bring an extra battery along. The image quality was bright and colorful enough and with a good enough range of brightness.
There are also many external ports such as, a volume dial for the headphone jack, a button to turn the Wi-Fi radio on and off, two PC Card slots, and a Secure Digital flash memory slot. For communication, it offers infrared, S-Video, modem, and Ethernet ports, a four-pin FireWire port, and two USB ports.
For diagnosing problems, refer to troubleshooting page.