- Comments Off on New Netbooks From Toshiba and Fujitsu
Fujitsu, to contrast, is entering the game with the Loox M, the first netbook it’s designed itself.
Check out this video at PCWorld for more info on the netbooks, and stay tuned right here for more news on the new releases.
Soon after the release of its NB100 netbook, Toshiba suddenly seemed disinterested in the netbook market. Even during CES 2009, when everyone and their grandmother was releasing a new netbook, Toshiba came out with a few flashy alternatives but nothing in the same category.
The long drought is over, however, and the Japanese electronics manufacturer has announced the sequel with a new stylish device: the Toshiba NB200 netbook.
It comes with a massive keyboard, supposedly huge touchpad, and a 10.1-inch screen. With additional features like a nine-hour battery life, webcam, 3G, Bluetooth, and Wi-Fi, it’s becoming quite clear that Toshiba is hitting the market again with more power than ever before.
The NB200 is planned for both the 1.6 GHz Intel Atom N270 or its 1.66 GHz update, the Atom N280. Prices are set at £319 ($463) and comes in brown, black, and white with a pink version planned for a few months after its May release.
Stay tuned for more on the new Toshiba netbook.