Entries Tagged as 'Toshiba Netbooks'

Tuesday, January 17th, 2012

Toshiba shows off new NB510 netbook

Toshibas’s latest NB510 netbook looks much like Toshiba’s last few netbooks but under the hood it has a shiny new Intel Atom Cedar Trail processor. That means better video performance, and in that light, there’s also a new HDMI port on the side of the computer along with a VGA port, Ethernet jack, and 3 USB ports.

Saturday, January 7th, 2012

Toshiba leaks first photos of new 10″ Cedar Trail netbooks

Toshiba is going to launch a new line of netbooks with 10 inch displays and the new Intel Atom Cedar Trail processors. The folks at Notebook Italia have obtained a few photos and we should have more details once the Consumer Electronics Show is underway next week. We do know the Toshiba NB510 netbooks will be available with Intel Atom N2600 or Intel N2800 processors, 1GB of RAM, and 320GB hard drives. The new models will have 10.1 inch, 1024 x 600 pixel displays and run Windows 7 Starter Edition.

Thursday, May 5th, 2011

New dual core Toshiba NB520 netbook hits Europe

The Toshiba NB520 netbook is now shipping in the UK and TechRadar have the first review I’ve seen posted. You might remember that this netbook has some nicer than normal harman/kardon speakers, and TechRadar reports they sound as good as their name suggests. The review highlights that the Toshiba NB520 gets a good 10 hours of run time, which is certainly on the better end fo the scale, especially for a dual core machine.

Tuesday, February 1st, 2011

AMD C-50 chip gets benchmarked in Toshiba’s new NB550D netbook

Toshiba’s NB550D netbook is the first 10 inch to ship with the AMD C-50 Fusion chip containing  integrated Radeon HD 6250 graphics.  The chip is capable of 1080p HD video playback and DirectX 11 graphics, but what we don’t know is how the  1 GHz dual core chip fare against the Intel Atom chips.  Netbook […]

Sunday, January 23rd, 2011

Toshiba NB550D AMD Ontario chip shows up in Europe and Australia

Today, Toshiba Germany is showing a listing for this new 10 inch NB550D netbook. What sets this new Toshiba apart is that it’s one of the first devices to use AMD’s C-50 Ontario chip, and the folks at PC Authority in Australia have received a demo unit for review.

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