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Toshiba Releases Satellite T210 and T230 Ultra Slim Notebooks

Discussion in 'News' started by btarunr, Jun 8, 2010.

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    Toshiba launched two new ultra-slim notebooks based on Intel's latest CULV processors, the 11.6-inch Satellite T210 and 13.3-inch Satellite T230. The T230 is driven by an Intel i3 ULV 330UM dual-core processor, up to 4 GB of DDR3 800 MHz memory, 500 GB HDD with motion sensor (parks the drive if it senses a fall), 3x USB 2.0 ports, USB+eSATA combo port, 802.11 b/g/n, Bluetooth 2.1 EDR, VGA webcam, and multi-card reader. It measures 322 x 223 x 17.6/33.6 mm, weighing a little over 1.75 kg. The battery runs for 8.5 hours on a full charge. This model is available with a "Precious Black" finish. The Satellite T210 is the value model, powered by Pentium U5400 processor, 3 GB of DDR3-800 memory, 250 GB storage with motion sensor, and connectivity features identical to the T230. This one features an "Iron-Red" finish, it measures 284 x 202.8 x 17.6/33.6 mm, weighing 1.48 kg.

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    That is if you were to game on it, which I highly doubt anyone buying one of these would do (beyond flash). It's perfectly capable of playing HD (is that an HDMI out I see?) and even bitstream HD audio (no Blu-ray player, though).

    Aero and all that 2D jazz would run just fine and that's what it's mainly supposed to do. Do they *still* lag behind AMD and nVidia? Yeah, no doubt, but this is [still] sufficient for most users.
     
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