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Friday, 12 September 2008 11:39

Toshiba launches Satellite NB105 netbook

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Only in Mexico so far

Toshiba has as so many other companies entered the netbook market and we're happy to report that this is not another re-badge, but rather a full-on Toshiba design. The Satellite NB105, as it's called, comes in black with silver trim and looks quite smart.

Feature-wise, you're looking at all the typical netbook bits, an Atom N270 processor, Intel 945GMC chipset, an 8.9-in screen with 1,024x600 resolution with LED backlight, 1GB of RAM, 120GB hard drive, 10/100Mbit Ethernet, 802.11b/g WiFi, three USB 2.0 ports and a multi-format card reader. It seems to have a fairly large protruding battery, which makes it looks chubbier than it ought to be.

The Satellite NB105 will come with Windows XP and it's expected to ship in November for between US$400-500. We would expect Toshiba to offer the Satellite NB105 to other parts of the world, as well, and we'll keep you posted on any news about this.

You can find some pictures of it here.
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