Toshiba Computer Systems Division introduced the NB100, designed to complement the active and social lifestyle of today’s consumers either as a primary or secondary device. The 8.9’’ netbook will be available during 4th quarter 2008 throughout Europe, Middle East and Africa.
The NB100 comes with an 8.9’’ WSVGA 1024 x 600 LCD panel with an LED backlight. It is powered by the latest Intel Atom CPU and comes in two variants, one with Ubuntu Netbook Remix 1.0 and the other with Windows XP Home.
The advanced multimedia and communication capabilities prove that a down-sized netbook can yet be ready for business or multimedia applications. It offers entry-level 3D graphics with an internal graphics controller, stereo speakers and full video-playback capability. Thus it is an ideal travel companion helping to pass the time watching videos in the train or plane.
The Bluetooth 2.1 with EDR , Wifi (802.11 b/g), and 10/100 Ethernet interfaces the NB100 easily connects with peripherals or Internet access points. Three USB ports with Sleep-and-Charge function complete the rich communications functionality of Toshiba’s new netbook.