Technology Tuesday on Empty Streets: Toshiba Mini NB200

Posted 6:34 AM by Mezhal Ulao in Labels: , , ,
Toshiba has finally entered the Netbook market with their version known as the Toshiba NB200.
I have to say that after trying it out myself and it being equipped with the new Atom N280 coupled by a very easy to the fingers type of keyboard (chicklet type - Think of Sony Vaio), is putting this netbook on the my faves list. It even is aethetically designed with an elegant bronze finish guaranteing its user to become a definite head turner. Unfortunately though this has to come with a hefty price tag in competition that of the Asus Magnesium Netbook.
Here are the Specs:
Key Features
- Intel® Atom™ processor N280- Genuine Windows XP® Home Edition- 1024 MB DDR RAM (800MHz)- 10.1" Widescreen TruBrite® VGA (1024 x 600) High Brightness display
Processor type : Intel® Atom™ processor N280
clock speed : 1.66 GHz
Front Side Bus : 667 MHz
2nd level cache : 512 KB
Operating system
Genuine Windows® XP Home 32-bit Edition (pre-installed, Toshiba-HDD recovery)

Design Colour colour : Satin Brown
System memory standard : 1,024 MB
maximum expandability : 2,048 MB
technology : DDR2 RAM (800 MHz)
Hard disk capacity : 160 GB
certification : S.M.A.R.T.
drive rotation : 5,400 rpm
Display size : 10.1 "
type : Toshiba TruBrite® WSVGA TFT display with LED backlight
internal resolution : 1,024 x 600
Graphics adapter manufacturer : Intel®
type : Mobile Intel® GMA 950
memory : up to 224 MB total available graphics memory with 512 MB system memory
memory type : shared
Internal video modes
Max External Video Modes Max Resolution : 1,600 x 1,200
Max Refresh Rate : 85 Hz
Non-interlaced resolution with max refresh rate : 1,600 x 1,200
Interfaces 1 x DC-in
1 x external monitor
1 x RJ-45
1 x external microphone
1 x built-in microphone
1 x headphone (stereo)
3 (Left 1, Right 2) x USB 2.0 Sleep-and-Charge
1 x integrated VGA Web Camera
1 x 2-in-1 Bridge Media slot (supports SD™ Cards up to 16 GB and MultiMedia Card™ up to 2 GB)
Expansion 1 x memory slot
Wireless communication Compliancy : Wi-Fi®
Network Support : 802.11b/g
Wireless Technology : Wireless LAN
Wired communication topology : Fast Ethernet LAN
speed : 10BASE-T/100BASE-TX
Sound system supported audio format : 24-bit stereo
speakers : built-in speaker
Keyboard keys : 86
Windows keys : Yes
Pointing device type : Touch Pad
Battery technology : lithium-ion
maximum life : up to 9h05min (Mobile Mark™ 2007)
AC adaptor input voltage : autosensing AC adapter (100/240 V) for worldwide usage
Physical dimensions W x D x H : 263 x 211.5 x 25.4 (front) / 32.25 (rear) mm
weight : starting at 1.33 kg
Warranty 1-year international warranty. Upgrade your standard warranty with Toshiba warranty extension, uplift and all-risks insurance packs.
Bundled hardware AC adaptor
Bundled software Connectivity Doctor
Toshiba User's Manual
McAfee® Internet Security Suite - Toshiba Edition (includes free Internet updates for 30 days)
Toshiba Recovery Disc Creator
Microsoft® Works, Microsoft® Office Home and Student 2007 (free 60-day trial)
Google Toolbar
Google Picasa
ConfigFree™
Toshiba utilities and drivers
Chicony Camera Assistant Software
Toshiba EasyMedia McAfee® Internet Security Suite - Toshiba Edition
USB Sleep-and-Charge
Smart Display Support
Built-in camera & microphone
Diversity Antenna
Integrated Bridge Media Adapter
Toshiba ConfigFree™
Security features slot for Kensington Cable Lock
user password
supervisor password
HDD password on request
Special features SM BIOS compliant
integrated microphone for Voice over IP
ENERGY STAR qualified computer
integrated VGA Web Camera for Video over IP
Enhanced Intel® SpeedStep® Technology
HD Audio support

Here is a short video review of the Toshiba NB200:

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8 comment(s) to... “Technology Tuesday on Empty Streets: Toshiba Mini NB200”

8 comments:

Maria said...

First look, I knew it's expensive! I would love to have one, especially now that my laptop Sam is slowly dying. :(

Happy Wednesday Metz!



yanjiaren said...

I bet my Hubby would like one of these. He keeps hinting at a new comp and he is a Fan of the Japanese models. I will show him this when he comes home.



Monica said...

Hi Metz! oh I'd love to have one, too! ;-)



Empty Streets said...

Hi Maria,

aww that is a bit sad to hear that about sam :) maybe all he needs is a ram upgrade :) but as for this baby yup last price check that I had was pegged at 29,000 Philippine Pesos :)



Empty Streets said...

Hi Yanjiaren,

yup if your husband is a techno dude like me am definitely sure that this is something he is going to love dearly. It has really redefined how netbooks are from this point :)



Empty Streets said...

Hi Monica,

It is something i want too hehehe :) I wonder how much it would cost over at your side of the world :) Have a great week dear :) xoxo



Nicola said...

I've just bought an nb200..great deal! I'd like to know how to make a recovery disk since no cd-writer is in here...Besides, is there any software that helps me doing the recovery?? Thank u very much!!!



Empty Streets said...

Hi Nicola,

There is the Toshiba Recovery Disc Creator but you will need a DVD Burner to complete the process. If you want to make one using a USB you will need an ISO builder which can be found in www.filehippo.com and set your computer to boot from USB.

Here the link from Toshiba with topics that talk about this concern to help you out:
http://www.csd.toshiba.com/cgi-bin/tais/support/jsp/outFrm.jsp?ofId=AskIris&searchString=Toshiba+Recovery+Disc+Creator&x=0&y=0

Hope this helps :)



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