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Toshiba announces new mini-notebook NB200
Posted on 22-May-2009 12:59. | Tags Filed under: News.

Toshiba announces new mini-notebook NB200
Toshiba (Australia) Pty Limited Information System Division (ISD) is introducing the new NB200 mini-notebook range on New Zealand.

The NB200 has a full sized keyboard, longer battery life and integrated webcam. The company says it’s the simplest way to stay in touch with people from anywhere you travel.

The NB200 range also allows you to download important data from your PC with synchronisation software, enabling you to take your digital life with you wherever you go.

“Our research shows that people want the same level of functionality and useability in their mobile notebooks as they have in the home,” says Justin White, Product Marketing Manager, Toshiba Information Systems Division. “The NB200 is very versatile allowing you to share photos with friends, write reports, or simply e-mail and browse the web anytime.”

Weighing only 1.18 kg with a 3 cell battery, the NB 200 has a 10.1'' widescreen LED backlight display and a full 19mm pitch keyboard (desktop standard) for easy typing. The NB200 also comes bundled with Face Recognition software offering an easy way to log on.

Powered by a 1.66 GHz Intel Atom Processor N280, the NB200 also has a Mobile Intel GMA 950 graphics chipset. This allows users to browse the web, e-mail, run basic applications and access movies, songs and photos.

Users can expect up to 3.5 hours battery life with a 3-cell battery or up to nine hours with a long life 6-cell battery. There is also a Bluetooth interface on selected models and three USB 2.0 slots, including Sleep-and-Charge - this allows USB enabled devices to charge from the NB200 battery, even when switched off and disconnected from mains power, making the NB200 a portable recharging station.

Bumps and knocks are cushioned with a 3D-accelerometer monitoring system which can detect free falls, shocks or vibrations. It rapidly moves the HDD head from between the platters protecting valuable data stored on the high capacity (up to 160GB) HDD.

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