Sep 29 2009

Netbook Competing Satellite Notebooks From Toshiba

The Toshiba Satellite T100 laptops aren’t quite netbooks, though they’re doing their best to pretend they are. At 11.6″ and 13.3″, the Toshiba Satellite T115 and T135 come in at netbook-like price points as well – $450 and $600.

The notebooks weigh under 4 pounds and have a cornucopia of ports including HDMI out (both support 1080p video). Toshiba’s Satellite notebooks will run Windows 7 Home Premium and run, as you may have guessed, the Intel Consumer Ultra-Low-Voltage (CULV) processors we’ve heard so much about. These machines will beat out just about any Atom-based netbook for speed.

The T115 runs for a full 9 hours and the T135 for 7.5. Some of these boosts to efficiency can be credited to the CULV chips.

You can expect the T115 and T135 notebooks on October 22nd, the eve of Windows 7’s highly anticipated launch.

Via Gizmodo.

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  1. 3-Year Netbook Failure Rate is 20% Higher Than Laptop Failure Rate | NetbookBoards.com wrote:

    […] Eee PC and Toshiba netbooks and laptops tend to be more reliable. Fewer than 16% of Eee PC and Toshiba owners reported […]

    November 17th, 2009 at 1:20 pm

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