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Toshiba launches the NB550D but not in US


The Toshiba NB550D is a new netbook with a ten inch display, running the AMD C 50 Ontario chip at around 1 GHz dual core CPU, with graphics controlled by the Radeon HD 6250 graphics card and very low power consumption of 9W which is great for producing superior graphics.

The low power output means that the AMD processor can work as good at the Atom processor from Intel, but when working wit

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The Toshiba NB305 and Toshiba NB505


Some industry experts believe that the netbook market could be losing the game to tablets, but Toshiba apparently do not subscribe to this theory as they bring out a pair of new netbooks.

The Toshiba NB505 comes with the Intel Atom N455 processor, a 250 GB HDD and 1 GB of RAM. The buyer can choose from various colour designs including  Turquoise, Blue, Lime Green, Brown and Orange. Avail

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Toshiba launch the NB505-N508BL Netbook


The Mini NB505-N508BL Netbook comes with a nice sized 10.1 inch LED display, which is backlit and offers a resolution of 1024 x 600 pixels, as well as the Intel Atom 1.66 GHz single core processor, while running the whole show will be Microsoft’s Windows 7 Starter edition operating system.

These are the features and specs for the Toshiba;

10.1 inches of LED WSV

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The Toshiba 10.1 inch Mini Netbook PC for $317


Toshiba have been at the front of the mobile computer market for some time and now the firm are well established in the netbook sector too with computers like the NB305 this 10.1 inch netbook can be picked now for just $317 now that is cheap!

These are the features and specs for the Toshiba NB305-N410BL 10.1 inch Mini Netbook PC – Blue;


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Toshiba Launches the NB 500


Following the launch of the nifty NB 520 from Toshiba, the company have also released a lower spec version of the netbook, the NB 500, which from the initial look around would appear to be almost identical the only difference being that the NB 500 has been designed and built using less expensive components. From this, we should be able to say that the price is likely to lower than the NB 520, but we have to wait until early 2011 for the announcement.

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Toshiba mini NB250 with Harman Kardon speakers


If perfect sound is what you are looking for, a netbook would not usually be at the top of your shopping list, but that was before Toshiba launched the mini NB250 with Harman Kardon stereo speakers.

The speakers are supposed to be the smallest ever made by firm, but it will be up to the experts to decide if these speakers are worth all of the fuss. The mini NB250 will be launching in early 2011, which for anyone interested is only a few weeks away!

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Apps for the Toshiba AC100


The trouble for netbook owners running Android is the lack of app support for the device, Google have yet to officially support Android being run on a netbook and so the owner will be missing out on the useful apps that are available to smartphone owners such as the official Gmail app, Google Calendar, and the Google Android Market.

But the smart guys at Toshiba have created a work around for the AC100, it’s a

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Toshiba release low cost netbook


It may be a netbook, but Toshiba have packed this little power house with as much as they dare for just $300, but are Toshiba in uncharted territory now?

In the past, the company have been known for building good solid machines, but in a market where cost is a key factor; can a firm like Toshiba actually make an impact and survive.

Well it seems that with this NB255 with a glossy bl

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Toshiba promotes the AC100


First of all this is not ordinary netbook, sure it has the standard 10.1 inch display and usual features, but this does not run Windows, this netbook comes running Google’s operating system Android as well as the Opera Mobile Web Browser, instead of the standard Android browser.

Here ar

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The Toshiba Libretto W100


This is something different, it is a dual screen laptop that for anyone that is used to a touchscreen keyboard will know easy it is to use. This device may be great looking, but it is celebrating the launch of the first Toshiba laptop the T1100, which at the time was real cool.

Here are the specs for the brilliant dual screen Toshiba Libretto W100:

•Dual 7.0-inch diagonal multi-touch displays7 (1024 x 600)

•6-mode virtual keyboard with haptic response

•Windows® 7 Home Premium operating system

•Intel® Pentium® U5400 processor1 (1.2GHz)

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