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Wannabe Geek


Topic # 9311 7-Sep-2006 00:56
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Hey guys, new to the boards... I was wondering if any of you know where i could buy a Toshiba p105 notebook in New zealand?

any help would be appriciated.


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Ultimate Geek
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  Reply # 45601 7-Sep-2006 09:22
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You can't. The P105 is a US version.
In AUS/NZ it is called a P100. Have a look here

https://secure.portables.co.nz/index.cfm?/area_searchcat/group_969


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  Reply # 45602 7-Sep-2006 09:45
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PS: Be aware there is a Satellite P100, and also a Satellite Pro P100.


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Wannabe Geek


  Reply # 45638 7-Sep-2006 23:37
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thank you. so is the one i am after the P100 NOT the pro p100?

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  Reply # 45653 8-Sep-2006 10:53
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I think so, but you'd really need to go over the specs side by side with the P105 to confirm.

First impressions they look to be pretty similar beasts.

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  Reply # 45678 8-Sep-2006 23:56
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sweet.... cheers, do you think its worth the money?

these are the specs of the one i want, but its $4,498

  • Processor: Intel Core Duo Processor T2500 (2.0GHz, 2MB L2 Cache, 667MHz FSB)
  • Memory: 2GB DDR2 533 (2 x 1GB). Total memory expandable to 4GB
  • Hard Drive: 120GB (5400rpm) SATA
  • Display: 17" TruBrite Widescreen SXGA (CSV)
  • Video: nVidia® GeForce” Go 7900 with 512MB discrete DDR3 video memory
  • Audio: Realtek High Definition Audio with S⁄P Dif
  • Speakers: Premium harman⁄kardon® speakers
  • Optical Drive: DVD SuperMulti Dual layer
  • Networking: 10⁄100 TX Ethernet
  • WiFi: Wireless 802.11abg
  • Modem: V.92 data modem + fax
  • Bluetooth: V2.0 + EDR
  • Inputs⁄Outputs: One Type II PC Card, Express Card, S-Video, DVI-D, Stereo and Microphone port, S⁄P Dif , SVGA (RGB) port, 4 x Hi-Speed USB 2.0, 6-in-1 card reader Adapter, IEEE 1394, CIR with Remote Control,
  • Dimensions & Weight: 394mm(W) x 275mm(D) x 41mm(H), 3.3Kg
  • Operating System: Windows® XP Professional Edition
  • Software: Toshiba Utilities, Microsoft® OneNote” 2003, Microsoft IE v6.0, Windows Movie Maker, Record Now! Basic for TOSHIBA, DLA for Toshiba, Toshiba Speech System, Toshiba Touch and launch, ConfigFree”, Intervideo WinDVD, Adobe Acrobat Reader v7.0.5
  • Pointing device and buttons: TouchPadTM
  • Battery: Up to 2 hours
  • Warranty: 1 Year International parts and labour


and this is the lower spec one of the same model for $3,500

  • Processor: Intel Core Duo Processor T2250 (1.73GHz, 2MB L2 Cache, 533MHz FSB)
  • Memory: 1GB DDR2 533 (2 x 512MB). Total memory expandable to 4GB
  • Hard Drive: 100GB (5400rpm) SATA
  • Display: 17" TruBrite Widescreen SXGA (CSV)
  • Video: nVidia® GeForce” Go 7300 with 256MB video memory
  • Audio: Realtek High Definition Audio
  • Speakers: Premium harman⁄kardon® speakers
  • Optical Drive: DVD SuperMulti Dual layer
  • Networking: 10⁄100 TX Ethernet
  • WiFi: Wireless 802.11abg
  • Modem: V.92 data modem + fax
  • Bluetooth: V2.0 + EDR
  • Inputs⁄Outputs: One Type II PC Card, Express Card, S-Video, DVI-D, Stereo and Microphone port,  S⁄P Dif, SVGA (RGB) port, 4 x Hi-Speed USB 2.0, 6-in-1 card reader Adapter, IEEE 1394, MCE Remote Control + IR receiver, Integrated Biometrics - Fingerprint reader
  • Dimensions & Weight: 394mm(W) x 275mm(D) x 41mm(H), 3.3Kg
  • Operating System: Windows® XP Media Center Edition
  • Software: Toshiba Utilities, Microsoft® OneNote” 2003, Microsoft IE v6.0, Windows Movie Maker, Record Now! Basic for TOSHIBA, DLA for Toshiba, Toshiba Speech System, Toshiba Touch and launch, ConfigFree”, Intervideo WinDVD, Adobe Acrobat Reader v7.0.5
  • Pointing device and buttons: TouchPadTM
  • Battery: Up to 2 hours
  • Warranty: 1 Year International parts and labour

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