Toshiba have announced their new Dynabook UX netbook which, apart from sporting a newly revised chicklet style keyboard, serves to expand the display size of its predecessors with a larger 10″ display - though if you’re expecting the larger screen size to sport a greater resolution you’ll be disappointed as you’re still looking at the same 1024 x 600 resolution as the previous 8.9″ model regardless of new 10″ Dynabook UX netbook’s greater display real estate.
Somewhat predictably the new 10″ Dynabook UX netbook is powered by the all too ubiquitous Atom processor - specifically a 1.66GHz Atom N280 - and comes with 1GB RAM, a 160GB hard disk, Intel 945GSE Express Chipset with integrated GMA 950 graphics, card reader, 1.3 megapixel webcam and, in terms of connectivity, there’s Ethernet and Wi-Fi but no signs of Bluetooth.
It has to be said that the most interesting aspect concerning the new 10″ Dynabook UX netbook is its ability to charge your USB gadgetry even after the device is powered down which, in all honestly, puts things into stark perspective in terms of distinguishing features and functionality on and above what’s already out there.
The new 10″ Dynabook UX netbook will purportedly be offered in ten separate variants offering a host of battery options and is set to commence shipping in Japan from April 24th for around the $607 price point.

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Anonymous said... @ April 23, 2009

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