Toshiba’s New Mini NB205 Netbooks

Toshiba’s mini NB205 netbooks are out. Although they’re new to the market, these mini-laptops deliver quality, durability, and performance, and do so at a decent price (starting at just $329).
Toshiba mini NB205 netbook
The Mini NB205 battery (5800mAh) actually lasts over six hours. Toshiba’s netbook also has special shock protection features to protect your data. They also have perhaps the most comfortable touchpads in the class. The keyboard, though non-standard, offers a feel similar to larger computers, with raised keys and separations. The new Atom processors (1.66 GHz Atom N280) offer better video playback than the older 1.6 GHz versions. Finally, these mini-laptops protect their appearance with fingerprint resistant covers.

The mini NB205 comes in onyx black, royal blue, sable brown, posh pink, and frost white. All models come with Windows XP. They also have built-in webcams and 802.11 b/g capability. I’d recommend spending the extra $20 for the better battery.

Processor 1.66GHz Intel Atom N280
Memory 1GB 800MHz DDR2
Hard drive 160GB 5,400rpm
Chipset Intel 945GSE
Graphics Intel GMA 950 (integrated)
Operating system Windows XP
Dimensions 10.4 x 8.6 x 1.3
Screen size 10.1 inches
Weight 2.9 lb, (3.5 w/ AC adapter)
Category Netbook
Video VGA
Audio headphone/microphone jacks
Webcam Integrated w/ mic in LCD bezel
Data 3 USB 2.0 (one sleep-and-charge USB), SD card reader
Networking Ethernet, 802.11 b/g Wi-Fi, Bluetooth
Battery Li-Ion 5800mAh (up to 9.08hr) or 2250mAh (up to 3.5hr)

For further details and options please visit Toshiba Direct’s Mini NB205 Page.

Toshiba Mini NB205 Netbooks (Color Options)


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