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Toshiba NB200 netbook sells shy of Php30k

Relevance: 100%      Posted on: May 3, 2009

Toshiba's entry into the netbook market never really landed in the Philippines with the first model (the 9" NB100) launched last year in Singapore. The 10-inch Toshiba NB200 now goes on sale at CompLink. There are two models, the NB200-11H that has an N270 and the NB200-11L with the newer N280. Intel Atom Processor N270 1.6GHz 1024MB DDR2 RAM 160GB HDD Intel GMA 950 graphics WiFi 802.11 b/g 5-in-1 Card Reader VGA webcam 3-cell battery Microsoft Windows XP Home Complink is selling the Toshiba NB200-11H for Php29,990. Looks like Toshiba is just doing the me-too strategy with netbooks and is…

Toshiba NB105 netbook shipping and priced

Relevance: 97%      Posted on: November 22, 2008

Last week, Toshiba announced their flagship netbook named Satellite NB105 in Singapore -- a 9 inch ultraportable aimed to compete with everybody else. Folks who were able to attend the launching offered a couple of important details -- the price and their first impressions. No word when it will be available here in the Philippines but when it does it will cost you Php28,000, give or take a few hundred pesos. However, the general impression is that it looks cheap and ugly. I have to see it for myself though.

Toshiba netbook with Tegra 250 & Android 2.1

Relevance: 94%      Posted on: November 29, 2010

Aside from the dual-screen Libretto that I see a lot in stores, this one Toshiba netbook I saw was a rarity since it's running on an NVidia Tegra 250 processor and Android 2.1 OS. I could not make out the most of it but the the specs says 10.1" screen, 1.0GHz Tegra 250 CPU, 512MB RAM, 16GB Flash storage and Android 2.1 OS. The price converts to about Php23,000. It's an interesting netbook and something I hope would eventually land in the Philippines. Did bought it since the keyboard layout is in Japanese. Incidentally, right after I landed in Manila…

Toshiba Satellite NB105 is a 9-inch netbook

Relevance: 89%      Posted on: September 13, 2008

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. 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…

Netbook Prices Dropping like a Rock

Relevance: 84%      Posted on: September 14, 2008

With dozens and dozens of new netbook models coming out the market, it's no wonder prices of earlier units have gone down significantly. Check out which ones are selling for a bargain. Yesterday, I bought an MSI Wind U100 as a temporary replacement for my busted Compaq-Presario. I was actually looking for the MSI Wind U90 model as it's cheaper but it turns out every other netbook has dropped prices as well: Asus Eee PC 701: Php11,300 Acer Aspire One: Php15,000 cash (Php15,900 for 6 month zero percent interest) MSI Wind U90: Php16,900 MSI Wind U100: Php19,999 cash/straight (No OS…

Toshiba NB300 boasts 11 hours battery

Relevance: 77%      Posted on: January 8, 2010

Toshiba did a refresh of the NB series with the NB300/305 now sporting a 3.5G SIM slot and promising up to 11 hours of battery life on the 6-cell model. Toshiba NB300/305 10.1" display screen @ 1024x600 Intel Atom N450 1.66GHz Intel GMA 3150 Express 250MB 250GB SATA HDD WiFi 802.11 b/g HSDPA/3.5G SIM slot Bluetooth 2.1 EDR 3 USB 2.0 ports 2-in-1 card reader Windows 7 Starter Toshiba claims up to 11 hours of battery life on the 6-cell model. That has yet to be tested but even if it can only do 8 hours, it should already be…

Toshiba NB200 gets a WiFi Radar

Relevance: 72%      Posted on: July 15, 2009

I've mentioned Toshiba's own netbook here on a couple of occasion and have been spotted in store shelves since last month. We got a better look at the netbook this afternoon along with a couple of other Toshiba multimedia laptops. The NB200 will come in very bright pink and blue but I prefer the brown or the white one. The specs are still the same standard list I pointed earlier. The suggested retail price of Php29,990 still stands -- a little steep on the price spectrum, IMO. Of course, there's option to upgrade to 2GB RAM and get a 6-cell…

Toshiba NB200 spotted, priced

Relevance: 70%      Posted on: June 8, 2009

Seen last week at the eHub store in Park Square 1 is the newer 10" netbook from Toshiba, the NB200. The design reminiscent of the HP Mini 2140 although a bit glossy/shiny on some parts (esp. at the rims of the display) with aluminum construction. Has a chiclet keyboard that is almost full-sized and spaced apart really well. Although the specs are just similar to the standard ones (Atom N280, 1GB RAM, 160GB HDD, WiFi, XP) on most netbooks, the retail price of Php29,990 isn't. Toshiba claims that the 6-cell battery could last 9 long hours, much like the Asus…

Poll: Who’s the best netbook maker?

Relevance: 67%      Posted on: July 15, 2009

With over a dozen netbook brands available in the Philippines today, it's pretty harder to pick a model compared to a year ago. It's good though -- the more, the better -- competition drives innovation up and prices down. This time, our poll asks -- Who is the best netbook-maker? From my count, we got at least 15 brands currently selling locally: Acer Astone Asus Dell Gateway Gigabyte HP Lenovo Minix MSI Neo Red Fox Sony Toshiba Qube The label 'best' is subjective and it could mean 'best designed', 'best bang for the buck', or 'best performance' so let's just…

DDR3 RAM prices have gone down

Relevance: 65%      Posted on: August 15, 2010

When I first encountered the newer iterations of netbooks and ultraportables running on DDR3 RAM, I thought this faster RAM chips are sure to go down in prices. Low-end CPUs/platforms that now support DDR3 memory include the Intel Atom N455, Atom N475, AMD Athlon Neo II K125 and Athlon Neo II K325. Netbook manufacturers (including CPU makers like Intel and AMD) would not venture into offering their products with DDR3 if there's no movement in pricing. Sure enough, the current DDR3 RAM prices already closely match those of the DDR2 RAM: 2GB Kingston DDR3 SODIMM 1333 - Php2,340 2GB Transcend…