Top: Sony Vaio Mini W / Bottom: Toshiba Mini NB206
Top: Sony Vaio Mini W / Bottom: Toshiba Mini NB206

At first glance, the Sony Vaio Mini W and Toshiba Mini NB205 have a lot in common. I mean, sure, all Intel Atom powered netbooks have a lot in common. They typically have 9 or 10 inch screens, 1GB of RAM, 160GB hard drives, and run Windows XP. But these two models also have chiclet-style keyboards and a choice of 3 or 6 cell batteries. The Sony laptop does come with a higher resolution 1366 x 768 pixel display, but the Toshiba reportedly gets better battery life.

For a closer look, you might want to check out a recent YouTube video uploaded by user Tinhte. The video’s not in English, but you can get a pretty good idea of the size and styling of these two netbooks. Both have touchpads with two distinct buttons. The Toshiba appears to be a bit larger overall, but it has the wider touchpad of the two, and it also has owhat I think is a more professional look to it. Some of the keys on the keyboard are also located in different spots on each machine.

You can check out the video after the break.

via Netbooked


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