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Toshiba NB300-108 10.1-inch Netbook (Atom N450 1.6 GHz, 1 GB, 250 GB, 6 cell battery, WLAN, WebCam, Win 7 Starter (Black))

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  • Slim line design with near full-size keyboard - stylish and comfortable to use
  • Intel Atom N450 Processor for battery life of up to 11 hours - ensures you have enough power wherever you are
  • Sleep N Charge USB - charge your digital gadgets while the laptop is switched off
  • Multi-touch pad - pinch, swipe or rotate the touchpad to navigate the screen
  • Web camera - talk to Family and Friends online face to face
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Product Information

Technical Details
BrandToshiba
Item Weight481 g
Product Dimensions19.2 x 26.6 x 2.4 cm
Item model numberPLL3EE-00D00YEN
SeriesMINI NB300-108
Form FactorNetBook
Screen Size10.1 inches
Processor BrandIntel®
Processor TypeAtom N450
Processor Speed1.6 GHz
Processor Count1
RAM Size1 GB
Hard Drive Size250 GB
Graphics Card DescriptionGMA 4500
Operating SystemWindows 7 Starter
Average Battery Life (in hours)11 hours
Lithium Battery Energy Content56 watt_hours
Lithium Battery Packagingbatteries_packed_with_equipment
Lithium Battery Weight340 Grams
  
Additional Information
ASINB0035KZBOW
Best Sellers Rank 129,938 in Computers & Accessories (See top 100)
Shipping Weight2.2 Kg
Date First Available27 Jan. 2010
  
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Product Description

Manufacturer's Description

The Toshiba Mini NB300 offers ultimate style in mobile computing. The NB300 is a mini laptop with a 25.7cm (10.1-inch) screen and impressive battery life of up to 11 hours. With Intel's latest Atom N450 processor, efficiency and performance have been increased enabling powerful all day computing. Integrated features such as 3 x USB ports, WebCam and a Multi-Touch touchpad allow enhanced usability for everyday tasks. Its small design and ease of use make it ideal for the mobile user as well as children.

Toshiba Mini NB300

New Streamlined Design
With a 25.7cm (10.1") screen and weighing only 1.33kg, the NB300 is the perfect portable mini-laptop. With its light weight the NB300 can be carried around easily; fitting perfectly into your handbag or hand luggage. The new streamlined design is ideal for use at home, in education, at work, or even on the road. The NB300 also comes with a near size keyboard for comfortable, uncompromised typing.

Battery Life
The NB300 is equipped with a 6 cell battery and provides up to 11 hours battery life, allowing you to use your NB300 all day without worrying about recharging. With this outstanding battery life, the NB300 is ideal for long journeys or working in areas with limited access to power.

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Sleep N Charge USB
There is no need to carry around multiple charging accessories when you have your NB300. With a Sleep N Charge USB port you can charge your mobile phone, mp3 and other digital gadgets even while your netbook is switched off. With up to 11 hours battery life you can charge your gadgets and browse on the Internet at the same time.

Wi-Fi
The Integrated Communication uses ConfigFree for automatic detection of available network connections. It enables you to connect to the Internet at home, office, hotel, cafe and even at the airport using 802.11 b/g/n technology.

Integrated Web Camera
The NB300 offers an integrated web camera. The WebCam and microphone allows you to talk to friends and family face to face online, also enabling you to take still pictures, video clips and audio notes. Communication is made easy; socially network with friends and family from the comfort of your own home or on the go.

Box Contains

  • NB300 Netbook
  • User Manual
  • Quickstart Guide
  • Safety Manual
  • AC Adaptor
  • Power Lead
  • Microsoft Software Licence Terms

  • Customer Questions & Answers

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    47 of 47 people found the following review helpful By BruceB VINE VOICE on 16 Feb. 2010
    It is always going to be a compromise, deciding whether to go for a 10" netbook or 11" ultra notebook. On the one hand, the larger 11 inch display enables 1024 x 768 resolution and thus less scrolling - but that requires a physically larger system. The 10 inch display enables 1024 x 600 and frankly, that is quite manageable - especially if a browser other than IE is used [IE takes a lot of screen real estate these days].

    I bought the Toshiba NB300-108 when a brand new 11 inch system from another top manufacturer turned out to have a hardware fault once I tried to link to my wireless router.

    The Toshiba looks and feels a quality product, though the glossy outside finish quickly gets smudged - something quickly sorted by putting on a Lapjack or other such skin.

    The keyboard is excellent and the pad is simply the best I have tried, as it scrolls up and down and across, selects on a tap, and is very sensitive. While I had expected to move the wireless mouse from my full size laptop, I don't think I need to as using the pad is so natural and a doddle.

    The display itself is good and clear, and so far, the battery seems to have a very acceptable life [early days yet].

    The system comes with Windows 7 Starter and in reality, that is all that is needed. Nevertheless, I have ordered an Anytime Upgrade from Amazon to Windows 7 Premium. That is for fairly frivolous reasons and is not a must.

    What is a must to add - for me, at least - is an external DVD drive. I elected for a cheap option - I save any DVD cutting for my desktop system. I found
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    14 of 14 people found the following review helpful By Mr. T. Anderson TOP 500 REVIEWER on 4 April 2010
    I've owned this netbook for around three weeks and I'm delighted with it. Generally I no longer need to lug a laptop around; this does all I need. Performance is fine, faster than I had expected. The keyboard is great, and I can type as fast as I can on a desktop keyboard; it also has a full set of 12 function keys. Most of all I love the lightness, portability and long battery life. I get between 8 and 9 hours, which is amazing if you are used to laptops that expire after an hour or two - ideal for train or plane.

    That said, getting this how I wanted it was harder work that I would have liked. I upgraded the RAM to 2GB, which means throwing away the existing RAM unfortunately, but it was not too expensive. Next, I uninstalled most of the bundled software. For example, I find Microsoft's free Security Essentials fine for anti-virus, so the bundled trial of a commercial alternative had to go. Finally, I upgraded Windows 7 to the Professional version. I needed to do this because I wanted to join it to a Windows domain; otherwise the supplied Starter Edition might have been OK. Fortunately I have a Microsoft subscription that allows this; otherwise you could end up spending more on Windows than the cost of the netbook.

    There are a few other annoyances. Sound from the built-in single loudspeaker is poor quality and too quiet - forget it, and plug in headphones or an external loudspeaker. Second, there's no bluetooth, which I did not realise when buying. Apparently some models have this, as it is mentioned in the manual, but mine did not. Third, the webcam is poor quality; but well, what do you expect? It should be OK for its intended purpose, video chat.
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    12 of 12 people found the following review helpful By J. Dalton on 28 April 2010
    For some months now I have been dithering over a laptop or Netbook. A friend at work bought the NB200 and has had it set up for work. He has to visit customers and was sick of carrying around a Dell brick. After testing his and watching him work on his NB200 with a key board, mouse and monitor connected I was impressed.

    So I bought the NB300, and I have to say I am very impressed. I have been a hardended PC desktop owner since the early 90's 386 era. And to impress me was tough.

    I am well into digital photography and this really suits my needs. It fits into my camera bag (which isn't designed for laptops) with my Nikon D5000, lens, book, water, binoculars, kitchen sink etc... I have a Lowpro Slingshot 200 bag.

    As to speed, it's not bad at all.

    Windows 7 is good, seems fast enough.

    Microsoft Office software works fine, 2007 edition is installed. Just loads a touch slower.

    I have Nikon NX and Transfer installed and they run fine.

    I have photoshop 6 installed and it too runs fine.

    Tansfer from my SDHC card took 1 minute and 20 seconds to transfer a gig of data, which was great.

    I have a DVD writer, mouse, hardrive and nothing has failed yet, all connecting using the usb 2 standard.

    Battery does last one hell of a long time, I had it out in a field for 2 hours will I transferred photos for viewing and when I got home it said there was 6hrs left (assuming that was correct).

    Internet surfing is fast on "N" standard, however the small screen is odd to look at if you are used to 20" wide screend like me.

    Photos look fine and as I said this is perfect for a digital photographer out in the field. You do have to get used to the small screen.
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