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Its back, after jumping back to £295, dabs have reduced the price again.

Cash back deal:
http://www.dabs.com/learn-more/computers/claim-up-to--100-cashback-on-selected-toshiba-laptops-5271.html

Excellent, I have one myself.
One of the lightest, only 1kg.

This is for folk who want the smallest, one of the lightest and the best made netbooks. The keyboard is not the best as its so small, so this is for the portability/ruck sack crew who want full power in a small package.

Processor type : Intel® Atom processor N270
clock speed : 1.60 GHz
Front Side Bus : 533 MHz
2nd level cache : 512 KB

Operating system Genuine Windows® XP Home Edition (Toshiba-Recovery DVD)

Design Colour colour : Brighter Silver

System memory standard : 1,024 MB
maximum expandability : 1,024 MB
technology : DDR2 RAM (667 MHz)

Hard disk (Copy) capacity : 120 GB
certification : S.M.A.R.T.

Display size : 8.9 "
type : Toshiba TruBrite® WSVGA TFT display with LED backlight
internal resolution : 1,024 x 600

Graphics adapter manufacturer : Intel®
type : Mobile Intel® GMA 950
memory : up to 224 MB total available graphics memory with 512 MB system memory
memory type : shared

Internal video modes
Max External Video Modes Max Resolution : 2,048 x 1,536
Max Refresh Rate : 120 Hz
Non-interlaced resolution with max refresh rate : 1,600 x 1,200

Interfaces 1 x DC-in
1 x external monitor
1 x RJ-45
1 x external microphone
1 x built-in microphone
1 x headphone (stereo)
3 (Left 1, Right 2) x USB 2.0 Sleep-and-Charge
1 x integrated VGA Web Camera
1 x 4-in-1 Bridge Media slot (supports SD Cards up to 16 GB, Memory Stick® up to 256 MB, Memory Stick Pro up to 2 GB and MultiMedia Card up to 2 GB)

Expansion 1 x memory slot

Wireless communication Compliancy : Wi-Fi®
Network Support : 802.11b/g
Wireless Technology : Wireless LAN

Wired communication topology : Fast Ethernet LAN
speed : 10BASE-T/100BASE-TX

Sound system supported audio format : 24-bit stereo
speakers : built-in stereo speakers

Keyboard keys : 80
Windows keys : Yes

Pointing device type : Touch Pad

Battery technology : lithium-ion
maximum life : up to 3h50min (Mobile Mark 2007)

AC adaptor input voltage : autosensing AC adapter (100/240 V) for worldwide usage

Physical dimensions W x D x H : 225 x 190.5 x 29.5 (front) / 33 (rear) mm
weight : starting at 0.999 kg

Warranty 1-year international warranty. Upgrade your standard warranty with Toshiba warranty extension, uplift and all-risks insurance packs.

Bundled hardware AC adaptor

Bundled software Connectivity Doctor
Toshiba Disc Creator
Chicony Camera Assistant Software
Toshiba DVD Player
McAfee® Internet Security Suite - Toshiba Edition (includes free Internet updates for 30 days)
Microsoft® Works, Microsoft® Office Home and Student 2007 (free 60-day trial)
ConfigFree
Toshiba utilities and drivers
Toshiba User's Manual

Toshiba EasyMedia McAfee® Internet Security Suite - Toshiba Edition
USB Sleep-and-Charge
Built-in camera & microphone
Diversity Antenna
Integrated Bridge Media Adapter
Toshiba ConfigFree

Security features HDD password on request
supervisor password
slot for Kensington Cable Lock
user password
main memory (by screw)
main battery pack (by sliding latch)
main hard disk (by screw)

Special features integrated VGA Web Camera for Video over IP
Enhanced Intel® SpeedStep® Technology
integrated microphone for Voice over IP
HD Audio support
SM BIOS compliant
ENERGY STAR qualified computer

Certification This product is in compliance with the requirements of the applicable European Directives for CE marking.
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#1
is it not £227 ?? good deal.... voted hot
#2
lee_doyle
is it not £227 ?? good deal.... voted hot


whoops! thanks
#3
Excellent, I have one myself.
Only 999kg.
:o

wow, and Apple have the cheek to call theirs the Macbook Air???
#4
Am I missing something. How is this better than the Acer One for example?

In fact this does not seem to be expandable beyond 1gb of memory, and why do they almost all have this horribly low resolution screen?
#5
Seems pretty sweet; I rate Toshiba over Acer but that's just me.
#6
ought
Am I missing something. How is this better than the Acer One for example?

In fact this does not seem to be expandable beyond 1gb of memory, and why do they almost all have this horribly low resolution screen?


1. It lighter
2. Its better made
3. Its smaller
4. The memory goes to 2gb (toshiba has to say 1gb as its the agreement with microsoft for all netbook manufacturers to get XP)
5. The resolution of virtually all netbooks, 8.9" and 10" is 1024x600 (except for 7" ones and the new Dell mini 12)

Like I said. This is for the portable crowd, not for the big screen resolution crowd
#7
Review here .

Not all that glowing.
#8
colonel;4125346
1. It lighter
2. Its better made
3. Its smaller
4. The memory goes to 2gb (toshiba has to say 1gb as its the agreement with microsoft for all netbook manufacturers to get XP)
5. The resolution of virtually all netbooks, 8.9" and 10" is 1024x600 (except for 7" ones and the new Dell mini 12)

Like I said. This is for the portable crowd, not for the big screen resolution crowd


Yes I want a small one, but just wondered if this has a big enough edge over the acer as it sounds like the keyboard is fiddley, it is much the same weight. Does it have just the one memory card slot?
#9
ought
Review here .

Not all that glowing.


thats for the linux on with half the memory and smaller hard disk
the reviews for this laptop were at the original price and some people feel cheated that toshiba, the king of laptops, is not innovating with its model, in design or features.

I say, at this price, with this build quality, and this size, there is nothing like it on the market.
But horses for courses. Some folk will like the Acer or the HP, better, etc.

The point of hotukdeals is to find an XP netbook anywhere for this price and then add in Toshiba quality.
#10
ought
Yes I want a small one, but just wondered if this has a big enough edge over the acer as it sounds like the keyboard is fiddley, it is much the same weight. Does it have just the one memory card slot?


The keyboad on the Acer is better. The toshiba NB100 keyboad is definitely fiddly. I had an Acer 150. However the best keyboards are on the 10" models, like the MSI Wind/Advent 4211 or the Samsung NC10 (or the now discontinued HP 2133).

It has one SD card slot.
#11
Ok, thanks. Did not mean to dis your deal ;o) As its a good price, just not sure at the advantages. Cheers!
#12
For those who have this, what's the battery life like? How long do you usually get between charges? And does it have bluetooth?
#13
Quidco gives 3% as well?
#14
Looks great value for a Tosh.
#15
No Web Cam
#16
Rudki
No Web Cam


appears to have a vga web cam!
#17
Wotan
For those who have this, what's the battery life like? How long do you usually get between charges? And does it have bluetooth?


Oddly there is software for bluetooth and instructions for a sim card, but neither of these radios are fitted to this model.

In terms of battery life its a 4 cell battery which "real world" gives 2-2.5 hours.
My acer 150 gives around 1-2 hours.
My asus eee 900 with 5200mah battery gave 2-3 hours

Rgds
#18
Rudki
No Web Cam



Yes, there is a web cam. You can even see it on the picture as well as the spec.
#19
5. The resolution of virtually all netbooks, 8.9" and 10" is 1024x600 (except for 7" ones and the new Dell mini 12)

and the HP 2133 (£200 linux version at ebuyer) - with a 1280x800 screen
#20
Ive got one of these. The battery lasts for 3 1/2 hours usually and is a great bit of kit. I am interested in the 2gb statement as the tech spec says 1gb max. Has anybody tried 2gb. Ove the ASUS's the build quality and the general look is way better on the toshiba. The wifi card inside picks up my wifi connection in places my old pda and nintendo DS did not. The device does have a VGA web cam.

Good price, hot for me.
#21
If I was to link this up to my 24" external monitor would I be able to up the resolution for that monitor or is it stuck to outputting 1024x600?

Been looking for a portable laptop that I can also hook up for design work at home.
#22
sie
Ive got one of these. The battery lasts for 3 1/2 hours usually and is a great bit of kit. I am interested in the 2gb statement as the tech spec says 1gb max. Has anybody tried 2gb. Ove the ASUS's the build quality and the general look is way better on the toshiba. The wifi card inside picks up my wifi connection in places my old pda and nintendo DS did not. The device does have a VGA web cam.

Good price, hot for me.


The chipset can support 2gb. I have not tried it personally but read a number of forum posts that confirm it works. for example:

http://forums.computers.toshiba-europe.com/forums/thread.jspa?threadID=37799&tstart=0
#23
stradle
If I was to link this up to my 24" external monitor would I be able to up the resolution for that monitor or is it stuck to outputting 1024x600?

Been looking for a portable laptop that I can also hook up for design work at home.


Max External Video Modes Max Resolution : 2,048 x 1,536
Max Refresh Rate : 120 Hz
Non-interlaced resolution with max refresh rate : 1,600 x 1,200
#24
Morning,
Please could someone confirm that this dose not have an optical drive?? :thinking:
1 Like #25
judderman
Morning,
Please could someone confirm that this dose not have an optical drive?? :thinking:


Confirmed. as will all netbooks, there is no optical drive.
Personally, I use a lightweight LG USB powered DVD writer for my netbooks. I think it cost £50 from Pc World.
#26
does this have the gloss or matt screen. i wouldnt buy the acer just because of its glossy screen.
#27
sinjinn
does this have the gloss or matt screen. i wouldnt buy the acer just because of its glossy screen.


It has a glossy screen, which is reflective. This does mean that light from certain angles behind you can be distracting.
I would describe this screen as one of the best netbooks screens out. In fact I think toshiba have used a very high-quality panel. Its what originally attracted me to this model.
#28
What about installing Leopard OSX on it? The specs are approx the same as a Samsung NC10 and the MSI Wind U100.
#29
no optical drive as its a netbook. The screen is glossy and is the best I have seen on a net/notebook. I have gone ahead and bought a 2gb stick to go in mine. I installed windows 7 on this and it runs fine even with 512 so i cant wait to see what 2 gig does to it.
#30
colonel;4125346
1. It lighter
As far as I can see it's the same as the A150 - 1kg
2. Its better made
How exactly? Have you done drop tests onto concrete?
3. Its smaller
Erm, it may be 2.5cm narrower (making the keyboard smaller...) but it's 2.5cm longer and a bit thicker!
4. The memory goes to 2gb (toshiba has to say 1gb as its the agreement with microsoft for all netbook manufacturers to get XP)
...as opposed to 1.5GB for the Aspire; the difference is not of much significance.

It doesn't have two SD card slots. It does have Windows (not necessary for a netbook and look at the latest virus outbreak...), and twice as much RAM.

I don't see how it's better value at £77 more than the Aspire One.
#31
pibpob
As far as I can see it's the same as the A150 - 1kgHow exactly?

Have you done drop tests onto concrete?Erm, it may be 2.5cm narrower (making the keyboard smaller...) but it's 2.5cm longer and a bit thicker!
...as opposed to 1.5GB for the Aspire; the difference is not of much significance.

It doesn't have two SD card slots. It does have Windows (not necessary for a netbook and look at the latest virus outbreak...), and twice as much RAM.

I don't see how it's better value at £77 more than the Aspire One.


1. the Acer A110 with SDD is 1kg, the Acer A150 with HDD is 1.2kg - 20% more
2. the Acer's chassis flexes when pressed. The toshiba doesn't. this is subjective. I have had both machines
3. The A150 with Windows is at least £250. Despite you liking Linux, and I use it at home as a server operating system, buyers predominantly go for XP even though it is more costly. I personally dislike Linux on the desktop, but as a server OS it is great.
4. The toshiba is actually £30 cheaper then the Acer with XP.
#32
colonel;4127536
1. the Acer A110 with SDD is 1kg, the Acer A150 with HDD is 1.2kg - 20% more
No it isn't - that's the weight with the 6-cell battery as well. Could someone weigh the Asda Aspire One to see how much it actually weighs?

Other than that, it seems to come down to a choice between Windows and Linux. Windows is no better for this application (and of course has all those virus problems) - people choose it for familiarity. It's actually harder to use than the sheer simplicity of Linpus Lite for someone who is new to computers. And the comparison is with the Asda Aspire One at £150.
#33
pibpob
No it isn't - that's the weight with the 6-cell battery as well. Could someone weigh the Asda Aspire One to see how much it actually weighs?

Other than that, it seems to come down to a choice between Windows and Linux. Windows is no better for this application (and of course has all those virus problems) - people choose it for familiarity. It's actually harder to use than the sheer simplicity of Linpus Lite for someone who is new to computers. And the comparison is with the Asda Aspire One at £150.


this deal is for the XP NB100. There is also a Linux NB100. It is not mean to be an OS war. The fact that most people pick XP speaks for itself.

However, you are welcome to post the NB100 Linux deal.
#34
colonel;4128120
this deal is for the XP NB100. There is also a Linux NB100. It is not mean to be an OS war.
...
The fact that most people pick XP speaks for itself.
The only thing it says (assuming you're correct - you weren't about the weight of the device) is that people are familiar with Windows. If you don't want an OS war, don't fan the flames.
#35
Is their any way to get free postage?
Thanks for help within this thread, convinced me to get one.
#36
Oh I love this site the comments on IT deals are by far the most entertaining I've had to register because this thread is hilarious, so far there have been a post to a review for a machine with a completely different spec, claims it doesn't have things it does (a webcam) and people banging on about the Aspire one being 77 cheaper when that deal has EXPIRED it is now 200 quid. The fact that the HP has a better resolution is a good point (especially for a notebook and thats actually gone down to 189.99) but Colonel did say most had the same resolution.

It makes me laugh when people dis the specs of laptops/notebooks here most of the specs are way beyond what people need for what they are actually doing on their laptops/notebooks or are you all doing 1000 line spreadsheet accounts...

Hats off to the Colonel for batting off all the comments but I'm with you as you say notebooks and laptops are for people on the move and go in to any office around the world and look at what people take on the move and its Toshiba, they are renowned for that in the industry.

I will add heat as soon as I work out how
#37
kid992
Oh I love this site the comments on IT deals are by far the most entertaining I've had to register because this thread is hilarious, so far there have been a post to a review for a machine with a completely different spec, claims it doesn't have things it does (a webcam) and people banging on about the Aspire one being 77 cheaper when that deal has EXPIRED it is now 200 quid. The fact that the HP has a better resolution is a good point (especially for a notebook and thats actually gone down to 189.99) but Colonel did say most had the same resolution.

It makes me laugh when people dis the specs of laptops/notebooks here most of the specs are way beyond what people need for what they are actually doing on their laptops/notebooks or are you all doing 1000 line spreadsheet accounts...

Hats off to the Colonel for batting off all the coments but I'm with you as you say notebooks and laptops are for people on the move and go in to any office around the world and look at what people take on the move and its Toshiba, they are renowned for that in the industry.

I will add heat as soon as I work out how


cheers
and welcome to hot uk deals !
#38
Misco.co.uk now has the same deal.
#39
colonel
Oddly there is software for bluetooth and instructions for a sim card, but neither of these radios are fitted to this model.

In terms of battery life its a 4 cell battery which "real world" gives 2-2.5 hours.
My acer 150 gives around 1-2 hours.
My asus eee 900 with 5200mah battery gave 2-3 hours

Rgds


Thanks for the reply. Guess I'm gonna have to keep saving or wait for a deal on the NC10, since I really a netbook with big battery life.
#40
kid992;4130632
people banging on about the Aspire one being 77 cheaper when that deal has EXPIRED it is now 200 quid.
Is it? Not yet been marked as expired from where I'm sitting... and it's a mere 2385 degrees.

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