It looks like Toshiba has finally gotten around to introducing its new Atom Pine Trail powered Mini NB305 netbook. Not that there’s much we hadn’t already discovered about this netbook from the FCC or the web retailers that already posted product listings.
But here’s the skinny: The Toshiba NB305 is a 10 inch netbook that sports a 1.66GHz Intel Atom N450 processor and NM10 chipset with GMA 3150 graphics. It gets up to 11 hours of battery life and will come in brown, white, and blue. The NB305 will be available with up to 2GB of RAM, a 250GB hard drive, and optional Bluetooth. It has 802.11b/g/n WiFi, and optional 3G. The netbook runs Windows 7 starter.
The Toshiba Mini NB305 will go on sale January 12th for $350 and up.
Subscribe to Liliputing via Email
Join 16,199 other subscribers
No its not for the UBUNTU crowd, i to am a ubuntu fan and bought the netbook and concluded that its to make joke of the ubuntu crowd because its a pain in the ass to try to make it work, have been trying since a bought it. I think toshiba has been bought by microsoft because they are trying to close the doors to open source, it uses sata interface with there freeky tick to block us out.
Toshiba seems to have listened. The NB305’s battery now fits into the netbook without sticking out, and the company isn’t shipping a pink model. The netbook is available in brown, white and blue.
However, one minor issue that remains unchanged is the placement of the keyboard keys. Details: https://bit.ly/toshiba-mini-nb305
Brown? Is that for the Ubuntu crowd? 😛
Comments are closed.