Toshiba NB510

The NB510 is the latest 10 inch mini-laptop from Toshiba. The new model looks a lot like Toshiba’s last few netbooks but under the hood it has a shiny new Intel Atom Cedar Trail processor.

That means it should offer better video performance, which helps explain why there’s an HDMI port on the side of the computer along with a VGA port, Ethernet jack, and 3 USB ports.

Toshiba’s netbook will be available with either an Intel Atom N2600 or N2800 processor, a 10.1 inch, 1024 x 600 pixel display, 1GB of RAM, and 320GB of storage — although the demo model on display at CES has 2GB of RAM, so it looks like the memory should be upgradeable.

Bucking the trend in modern thin and light laptops, the NB510 also seems to have a user replaceable battery.

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2 replies on “First look at the Toshiba NB510 Cedar Trail netbook”

  1. As per my comment on the Lenovo S110: I wonder if this is going to available in the US, or only in other countries.

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