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September 13, 2008

Toshiba Satellite NB105 is a 9-inch netbook

The “force” is strong and Toshiba is giving in to the crowd with the 8.9″ Satellite NB105 netboook. Mind you, this is not Toshiba’s first attempt at ultraportables.

Toshiba previously had a line called Libretto in 2005 that’s as small as 7.2 inches (last model was Libretto U105). Problem though is that the Toshiba Libretto was very expensive. Looks like Toshiba has discontinued its production already.

The Toshiba Satellite NB105 could be its reincarnate.

Toshiba Satellite NB105

Of course, it runs on an Intel Atom 1.6GHz, 1GB RAM, 120GB HDD with WiFi and a LAN port including 2 USB ports. The 8.9″ screen display has resolution of 1024×600 pixels. OS availability is just MS Windows XP Home.

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12 Responses to “Toshiba Satellite NB105 is a 9-inch netbook”

  1. eric livelo says:

    hi! so how much would it cost?
    when is it due out?

  2. herbert says:

    In more than a year of being a tech support for Toshiba, I never got a call for a Libretto.

  3. BrianB says:

    OMG, Toshiba has a netbook!

  4. iceman9 says:

    ohh!! toshiba are always as ever considered pricey! when will they drop prices? they’re aren’t getting lion’s share either.. do they?

  5. jhay says:

    Since this is their renewed attempt at the netbook market, the prices may have been lowered. Hopefully.

  6. calvin says:

    hmm, wish they’d release a 10″ as well.

  7. makulet says:

    there’s no greater than toshiba!

  8. Elleihcar says:

    Hi All,

    Price range will be less than USD 500.
    Will be out in the market by October 2008 depending on region and availability.

    More… its come with different colors as well…

    cheers

  9. myk says:

    i have had the chance of using a libretto (i am still using it now as a matter of fact) and i can say that it performs well. the only downside is the tiny screen and keyboard

  10. BROKENACE says:

    IS THIS STILL AVAILABLE IN THE MARKET NOW?
    HOW MUCH DOES IT COST?

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