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Toshiba Satellite U200/U205 Series

April 27th, 2007 · 1 Comment

Toshiba Satellite U200 or U205 has a fairly forgettable name but promise to remember everything you throw at it. Its a ballance between performance and affordable price. Utra-portable (less than 1.4″ thick, starting at 4.1lbs.)* meets ultra-durable in the new Satellite® U200 Series! Advanced protection begins with a lightweight, ultra-strong, magnesium alloy chassis. Now add a special shock-absorbing design with airpocket cushioning and padding materials to protect key components (HDD, LCD, inverter) and the chassis against excessive vibration. To complete the package, a spill resistant keyboard allows time to save and close your open files and turn off the machine.

Toshiba Satellite U200/U205 Series

The Toshiba U200 laptop has 512 MB standard of memory but you can increase it up to 2 GB. Intel® Celeron® M Processor 440 1.86GHz is the standard option but its upgradeable to Intel Core 2 Duo processor running at 2.33GHz. Comes with 60 GB hard drives and can be upgraded to 100GB HDD.

The 12.1″ Diagonal Widescreen XGA TruBrite™ display has native resolution of 1280×800 pixel and includes a Mobile Intel graphics chipset along with a DVD writer, for USB ports, a Firewire port and a microphone. The laptop runs Windows Vista Home Basic but can be changed to Ultimate edition, the most advanced version of Microsoft’s new operating system on your order.

The standard color is mist Gray as on many Toshiba notebook series, but you have another color option i.e. Smart Indigo Blue to improve uniqueness of your notebook. Market price on Toshiba Online Store is started from $854.10 up to $1549.99 for ultimate series on Amazon .com

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1 comment for this entry ↓

  • 1 mj // Apr 29, 2007 at 12:15 am

    True Brite display sucks, to much glare.

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