Even if you didn’t know that Toshiba’s Satellite 5200 was aimed squarely at the home buyer -- that it was a retail-only product, not marketed to business at all -- you would soon work it out for yourself. The first major clue is the styling: with the lid shut, you could be looking at the bonnet of an expensive car. The surface has a racy curve to it, and it’s as shiny as a day-old Porsche. It’s also finished in a nifty dark metallic blue, which highlights the metallic silver of the oversized Harman/Kardon speakers (another clue). In fact, viewed from the back, we’ve never seen a notebook that looks more like a sports car.