Toshiba’s Mini NB205 Netbook – Battery Life Champion

Toshiba Mini NB205-N210 Netbook

Toshiba’s Mini NB205-N210 netbook has a beautiful design and comfortable keyboard, and on top of that its battery life is simply fantastic: up to nine hours!

This minilaptop weighs under three pounds, is powered by an Intel Atom N280 1.66GHz processor, 1GB DDR2 RAM, a 160 GB HD, and XP Home. It comes with the Intel GMA950 Graphics Media Accelerator. There’s a webcam, mic, and standard 802.11b/g wireless. The 85 key keyboard is nearly full size and has gotten a thumbs up in user reviews. The netbook is compact (10.4 x 7.6 x 1.3 inches) and weighs under three pounds. Finish is a gorgeous textured onyx black. It’s a stunner and a nice holiday deal at only $310 at Tigerdirect.
Toshiba Mini NB205-N210

Toshiba Mini NB205-N210 Netbook Details at

This netbook got rave reviews at Laptop Mag and its customer reviews at TigerDirect tell the same story.


Toshiba Mini NB205-N210 Specifications:
Display: 10.1 inch LED backlight WSVGA 1024 x 600 resolution
Memory: 1GB DDR2 RAM (2GB Max)
Hard Drive: 160GB 5400RPM HDD
Operating System: Windows XP Home
Processor: Intel Atom 1.66GHz N280 533MHz 512KB L2 Cache
Graphics: Intel Graphics Media Accelerator 950
Network: 802.11b/g Wireless LAN, RJ-45 Ethernet 10/100Mbps network
Webcam: 0.3 Megapixel Integrated Webcam
Additional Ports: VGA, Microphone, Headphone, 3 USB
Battery: 6-Cell Lithium-ion (Up to 9 hours battery life)
Dimensions: 1.27 x 7.6 x 10.4 inches
Weight: 2.93lbs
Warranty: Limited, 1 year Parts and Labor, Upgrades Available

Get the full details, shipping, and warranty options at

If you want to upgrade to the raised keys island keyboard and add bluetooth, TigerDirect has the NB205-N311 white netbook available for an additional $90 along with the NB205-N325 Windows 7 version for the same price.


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