Monday, June 21, 2010

Toshiba Dynabook AZ / AC100 is Tegra 250 powered smartbook

"This groundbreaking "cloudbook" is always on and Internet ready."

.. maybe not groundbreaking but looks sleek.. minus points for glossy screen and no touch.


Android 2.1 / NVIDIA ® TegraTM250 processor at 1.0GHz
10.1-inch Wide WSVGA LED LCD (with power-saving LED backlighting)
16GB Flash memory (supporting eMMC)
512MB memory
Battery life approx. 180 hours (stand-by mode) / 7.0 hours (continuous
playback mode)
HDMI output
USB 2.0, mini USB, SD Audio out/mic
Bluetooth / Wifi integrated ( optional 3G )
1.3 Megapixel webcam
262mm x 190mm x 14/21mm 870g

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Not Lofty said...

I'm happy to see this as it means more major manufacturers are making smartbooks!
If only some of those nice screens pixel qi was showing off could be hacked onto it for the wide angle view with touch. 7 hours battery would shoot through the roof!

Unknown said...

they should bump up the clock speed and add a larger SSD

Anonymous said...

It`s great - even cheaper computers. And Tegra on windows embeded 7 with it`s specs is more of a netbook than smartbook. Best of luck for JKK - Greetings from Poland

Mike Cane said...

No dedicated Android buttons flanking touchpad like the Compaq one has? They didn't exactly think this through, did they?

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