I expect to see a fair number of laptops sporting shiny new AMD Fusion chips including the low-power Ontario and Zacate processors at CES next week. But someone at Toshiba Germany apparently didn’t feel like waiting, and went ahead and published a product page for a new model called the Toshiba NB550D with a 1GHz dual core AMD C50 (Ontario) chip.

The 10 inch mini-laptop features AMD Radeon HD 6250M graphics, Harman Kardon speakers, a 6 cell battery which is reportedly good for up to 9.5 hours of run time, HDMI ouput, 802.11b/g/n WiFi, Bluetooth 3.0 and the netbook-standard 1GB of RAM and 250GB hard drive. The machine runs Windows 7 Home Premium and will be available in green, orange, or brown.

via Notebook Italia

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4 replies on “Toshiba NB550D netbook to feature AMD Ontario chip?”

  1. Ha, go figure I live in Ontario Canada LOL…guess I’ll hold out and pick up one of these as I was always an AMD groupie! I own an N450 Samsung Netbook and would lose my life parting with it but I will sway to one of these chips seeing it’s my Province and all…LOL.

    Would love to have one with the specs of the Toshiba wow..HDMI out really? Can this netbook keep a steady pace with 720P video that good or what? Really…I don’t believe it myself but am soon to be testing!

  2. I am hoping for some AMD Ontario/Zacate based tablets/slates very soon.

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