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Refurbished Toshiba Satellite Pro NB10T TouchScreen 11.6" Intel 2Ghz Windows 10 £94.99 delivered @ IT zoo
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Refurbished Toshiba Satellite Pro NB10T TouchScreen 11.6" Intel 2Ghz Windows 10 £94.99 delivered @ IT zoo

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  • 3296636.jpg Brand & Model: Toshiba Satellite Pro NB10T-A-11C

  • 3296636.jpg Processor: Intel Celeron N2810 2.0Ghz

  • 3296636.jpg Screen: 11.6" 1366 x 768
  • 3296636.jpg Memory: 4GB DDR3

  • 3296636.jpg Storage: 500GB
  • 3296636.jpg Optical Drive: N/A

  • 3296636.jpg Graphics: Intel HD

  • 3296636.jpg Input Device: QWERTY UK Keyboard

  • 3296636.jpg Operating System: Windows 10 Home 64 Bit

  • 3296636.jpg Wireless: Yes
  • 3296636.jpg Webcam: Yes

  • 3296636.jpg Bluetooth: Yes

  • 3296636.jpg Fingerprint Reader: No

  • 3296636.jpg Ports: 2 USB







    2.0, 1 USB 3.0 / 3.1 Gen1, 1 VGA, 1 HDMI, Audio Connections: combined







    Line In/Out port, Card Reader: SD, SDHC, SDXC

  • 3296636.jpg Warranty: 12 Months

  • 3296636.jpg Info:







    Toshiba's Satellite NB10t-A-101 is an 11.6-inch netbook which comes







    equipped with a Celeron CPU, a touchscreen, a 500 GB HDD and Windows 10
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Do these come with newish batteries?
thanks10 discount code works
That CPU kills it for me. Better CPU's like the N3350 are slow, so this will be next to useless. Running Windows 10, I'd go for the N4000 minimum.
loxell19/09/2019 12:54

Do these come with newish batteries?



No, it’ll be the original
Agree, cpu and only 4GB ram is a no no for W10, can't argue with the price though for a bacic browsing info machine (not media consumption). Not voted either way
Mugginz19/09/2019 14:30

Agree, cpu and only 4GB ram is a no no for W10, can't argue with the price …Agree, cpu and only 4GB ram is a no no for W10, can't argue with the price though for a bacic browsing info machine (not media consumption). Not voted either way


Had a HP G5 11" Chromebook last week which had the slightly better N3060. Was OK in the much lighter and less bloated Chrome OS, but you wouldn't want to do any multitasking. W10 would have been horrible.
Plus points
* touchscreen
* 500GB store
* USB 1 x 3.0/3.1 and 1 x 2.0
* 12 month warranty
* low price

Negative points
* poor CPU
* Windows 10 Pro (Install Linux Mint and watch it zing)
tardytortoise19/09/2019 15:01

Plus points* touchscreen* 500GB store* USB 1 x 3.0/3.1 and 1 x 2.0* 12 …Plus points* touchscreen* 500GB store* USB 1 x 3.0/3.1 and 1 x 2.0* 12 month warranty* low priceNegative points* poor CPU* Windows 10 Pro (Install Linux Mint and watch it zing)


On the face of it, I agree with everything you say tardy. As a Windows 10 hater, I tried to install Linux Mint on a Asus FX503, running into problems with the touchpad. I was also very disappointed how little Linux has progressed since I last tried it 10 years ago; still way too much command line. Can a NB10T owner chime in, and comment on Linux compatibility and speed?
Masteryates19/09/2019 16:40

On the face of it, I agree with everything you say tardy. As a Windows 10 …On the face of it, I agree with everything you say tardy. As a Windows 10 hater, I tried to install Linux Mint on a Asus FX503, running into problems with the touchpad. I was also very disappointed how little Linux has progressed since I last tried it 10 years ago; still way too much command line. Can a NB10T owner chime in, and comment on Linux compatibility and speed?



My linux experience goes back many years, and before that UNIX. It co-insides with my Windows experience which the stopped after Vista and recently resurrected with 10 - catching up slowly.
Linux - more accurately Ubuntu will always be my go to OS. I have Mint also and am dabbling in a derivative Feren.
I searched around the various forums and it would seem way back up to 4 years ago there were problems with this machine but all seem to have get fixed. The BIOS was updated after the first release afterwhich many linux problems were solved. The modern linux kernels seem to cope with most machines now - WINTELs UEFI has been largely thwarted.

Having said all that I would not risk 90 sobs on buying this machine simply to put linux on it - unless you want a project. The machine is not bad value for a win 10 reference machine - but I would not trust it as everyday workhorse. There are plenty of cheap refurbished lenovos and Dells I would trust more for Linux. These 2 brands always give me the best linux experience - I always have problems with Acer and Asus. None of these brands or Toshiba appear on the Ubuntu Certified Hardware list.
Reminds me when I got one similar Toshiba 10 years ago. This must be real old.
tardytortoise19/09/2019 20:25

My linux experience goes back many years, and before that UNIX. It …My linux experience goes back many years, and before that UNIX. It co-insides with my Windows experience which the stopped after Vista and recently resurrected with 10 - catching up slowly.Linux - more accurately Ubuntu will always be my go to OS. I have Mint also and am dabbling in a derivative Feren.I searched around the various forums and it would seem way back up to 4 years ago there were problems with this machine but all seem to have get fixed. The BIOS was updated after the first release afterwhich many linux problems were solved. The modern linux kernels seem to cope with most machines now - WINTELs UEFI has been largely thwarted.Having said all that I would not risk 90 sobs on buying this machine simply to put linux on it - unless you want a project. The machine is not bad value for a win 10 reference machine - but I would not trust it as everyday workhorse. There are plenty of cheap refurbished lenovos and Dells I would trust more for Linux. These 2 brands always give me the best linux experience - I always have problems with Acer and Asus. None of these brands or Toshiba appear on the Ubuntu Certified Hardware list.


Thanks for the honesty Tardy. Too many Fanboys out there which gloss over the issues with the OS they support. Wouldn't it be nice if someone seriously did a W7 tribute linux dist.
Edited by: "Masteryates" 20th Sep
Masteryates20/09/2019 09:47

Thanks for the honesty Tardy. Too many Fanboys out there which gloss over …Thanks for the honesty Tardy. Too many Fanboys out there which gloss over the issues with the OS they support. Wouldn't it be nice if someone seriously did a W7 tribute linux dist.



Zorin OS is regarded as the best Windows 7 lookalike linux distro. Trouble is it is not free. There is a free version which frankly is pretty good - just scroll down here to download the free version. I used the older version and yes it is good - but I am too wedded to Ubuntu now.

I mentioned I was experimenting with Feren OS - definitely worth a try here.
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