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Toshiba NB205 10.1-Inch Netbook Now Available

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Last week, Laptop Mag reviewed the Toshiba Mini NB205 netbook and it claimed the top spot with its really impressive 8.5-hours of battery life. That only lasted 6 days, thanks to the Asus Eee PC 1005HA's 9-hours of battery life, thanks again to Laptop Mag. But anyways, in case you're still interested in the NB205, you can scoop one up now for a base price of $349 USD. The better model is going for $399 and this includes 4 different colour choices, a chiclet keyboard, and a "higher quality" chassis. If you remember, this netbook has pretty good specs: a 10.1-inch LED-backlit display, a 160GB HDD, 1GB of RAM, an Atom 1.66GHz N280 CPU, and a 6-cell battery that's long enough to last 8.5-hours in the real-world. Scoop one up on Toshiba's website, if you life.


Gateway Intros LT3100 11.6-Inch Netbook With An AMD CPU

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Gateway - who is now owned by Acer - has just released their latest netbook, the LT3100. Gateway's netbook has: an 11.6-inch display with a 1,366 x 768 resolution, a single-core AMD Athlon 64 L110 1.2GHz CPU, ATI Radeon X1270 graphics, 2GB of RAM, and a standard 6-cell battery. This netbook is expected to be about an inch thick and will weigh around 3.14 pounds. The CPU does look a little bit slow, especially since Intel should be offering up their new Atoms in the upcoming months. Anyways, this netbook will be available in black and red variants and should be available soon.

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Lenovo Releases 0.83-Inch Thick ThinkPad T400s

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Today, Lenovo announced their latest ThinkPad, the T400s, and it's pretty powerful, thin, and light. This 14.1-inch notebook is just 0.83-inches thick and weighs under 4 pounds. The specs also don't disappoint with: an Intel Core 2 Duo 2.53GHz CPU, a 250GB HDD / 128GB SSD, a DVD burner / Blu-ray player, a multitouch trackpad, Ethernet, a built-in USB  / eSATA port, WiFi, possible WiMAX, WWAN, Bluetooth, an ExpressCard slot, and a battery long enough to last 6 hours - or so they say. This slim notebook also has a VGA and a DisplayPort output and also has support for Lenovo's ConstantConnect and Protect technologies.

Lenovo wasn't finished there though. They also decided to tweak the keyboard a wee bit. They made the Delete and Escape buttons larger, while squeezing the keyboard closer together so that crumbs won't fall through the spaces as easily. You can scoop up the new Lenovo ThinkPad T400s now for a base price of $1,599 USD.