Toshiba intros Satellite T210/T230 thin laptops

Today,  Toshiba Satellite laptop family gets two new models – the Satellite T210 and Satellite T230, which will be available during the second quarter of 2010 throughout Europe and Africa.

The new Satellite T Series comes with Precious Black, Luxe White Pearl or Iron Red Metallic finishes, a silver coloured full-size keyboard with tile caps and a large multi-touch pad with chrome buttons embedded into the textured palm rest.

Satellite T210

Announced as “positoned between netbooks and full performing laptops”, they have optimised consumption and up to 8.5 hours battery life with a 6 cell battery. Powered by Intel’s latest Low Voltage processors (Core i3 330UM, Pentium U5400, Celeron U3400 for T210) and Intel Core i3 330UM or  Pentium U5400 for Satellite T230. The 29.5cm (11.6”) Satellite T210 weights 1.48kg, has 11.6-inch TruBrite LED backlighting  display with 1,366 x 768 pixels resolution and 200 cd/m2 brightness, while 33.8cm (13.3”) Satellite T230 7.6mm tall at the front, wights 1.75kg and have 13.3-inch TruBrite LED backlighting (1,366 x 768)and  200 cd/m2 brightness too. Both also packs up to 8 GB DDR3 (800 MHz), up to 500 GB storage  with 3D HDD impact sensor for data protection,  Bluetooth 2.1 +EDR, WLAN (802.11 b/g/n), 2 x USB 2.0, 1x eSATA / USB combo port with Sleep-and-Charge, Multi-Card Reader, HDMI, VGA Webcam with Face Recognition, microphone, stereo speakers and runs Windows 7 Home Premium (64bit).

Satellite T230


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