Toshiba netbook with Tegra 250 & Android 2.1

Toshiba netbook with Tegra 250 & Android 2.1

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 early this morning, I had to fly to Singapore today to attend a Toshiba event in Suntec City this afternoon. Unfortunately, it’s not about laptops but TVs. Will soon find out this evening.

Abe is the founder and Editor-in-Chief of YugaTech. You Can follow him on Twitter @abeolandres.

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12 Responses

  1. Jericho Lhuiller says:

    Nice, throw away those HDD’s, they’re not meant for netbook computing anyway. SSD’s are the future, more so if they’re automatically RAID-0’d.

  2. Fleeb says:

    The point of HDD’s is that they are still way more cheaper than SSD’s. SSD’s future will only come if prices go down.

  3. wow, a laptop with an Android OS :D very interesting Yuga, and it costs the same as with other netbooks of its type :D

  4. Vince says:

    Hmmm… seems like too expensive for its features… Not a wise buy.

  5. Edsel says:

    Is that a windows 7 Tablet on the left?

  6. gringo says:

    review po sir abe….

  7. rafnex says:

    i dont like the way the hinge are designed. it looks cheap to me (the design lang ha). pero ok yung specs

  8. Kobe-air says:

    The specs of a smartphone in a netbook’s body.

  9. daniel says:

    parang hindi sya promising… wait nalang tayo kasi parang first gen pa ito… baka may mga probema pa.

  10. lawreas says:

    too expensive for an android OS, considering the limited capability.. why bother using a mobile OS in a netbook if u can use full-spec OS such a Win7 or LINUX??

  11. maricar says:

    ito ba yan?

    17k pesos na lang halos due to 18% points.

    b/g/n na ung lang.
    7hours battery life.

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