May 20, 2024


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Toshiba AC100 Android Powered Netbook – Specs & Features

Interested about devices running Android? If you have a netbook in mind, then there’s one to watch out for. It’s the Toshiba AC100.

The AC 100 is the first Android-powered mini-notebook by Toshiba. The netbook is somehow referred to as a mobile Internet device. Described as a laptop which “combines smartphone functionality with netbook usability”, the AC100 seems to have a lot of features to gratify the PC users. Let’s see what the Toshiba AC100 has for the public.

To start off, this seemingly decent device has a 10.1-inch TruBrite backlit screen at 1024x600p resolution. It comes packing with a combined Android platform and a 1 GHz NVIDIA Tegra 250 processor rendering faster Internet browsing. The mini-laptop has a 512MB RAM, and an 8GB NAND flash storage. It measures 262x190x14-21mm and just 14mm at its thinnest point and only weighs 870grams making it an extra-slim and portable laptop PC.

As for the other specs, included are the Bluetooth 2.1 + EDR and Wi-Fi 802.11 b/g/n for connectivity, USB 2.0 port, mini-USB port, 1.3MP webcam, microphone, SD/MMC memory card slot, audio headjacks, and HDMI ports. It also got a full-size keyboard allowing users to type comfortably and easily while interacting with loved ones.

But what is highlighted in this Android-based netbook is its battery life. The AC100 promises battery life of 8 hours of run time and up to seven days of standby time. It comes pre-installed with a couple of software like Documents To Go allowing room for editing and viewing MS Office files, POP3, Exchange support and IMAP, instant messaging aggregation client, Opera mobile, and Tosh’s media player for you music and video addiction. Last but no the least, consumers can opt to add an integrated 3G module to the device.