Conclusion: Let's summarize. The NB-100 is light, handy and also robust and well-manufactured. As to looks, it might not belong to our favorites, but it is known that there's no accounting for taste. The display is as before a thorn in our side, though.
Pros: Quiet even under load, Option of Win XP or Ubuntu, Bluetooth 2.1 + EDR, UMTS/3G, That Toshiba also offers a Linux version for the NB-100. Even though we don't like that the configuration has to suffer because of this. Why not Ubuntu with Bluetooth and UMTS?
Cons: Glossy display, Unsuitable for outdoor use, Loudspeakers are too quiet, A bit more battery runtime. A protruding battery rouses high expectations in regards to the NB-100's staying power. In this case, the phrase that "size does not matter!" applies.
Excerpt: Toshiba's NB100 looks distinctive thanks to its black and gold design. It feels sturdy, too. The VGA and Ethernet ports are located on the back to either side of the large battery. This leaves the three USB ports and the integrated memory card reader surrounded by a lot of unused space.
Excerpt: No frills here. This is a square-jawed netbook , eschewing fanciful curves for a rugged design. It’s small, easy to use, packed with software, but can it cut it with the the big, erm, small boys? Let’s find out
Pros: The Toshiba NB100 doesn’t have a fanciful design, hell, it doesn’t even have a fanciful name. But that doesn’t stop this from being an awesome netbook. First things first: this is what netbooks should be – small. It’s smaller than most of its rivals, weighing in at just over a kilogram! he other ...
Cons: Okay, that design is bland. And it only has an 80GB hard drive. But that doesn’t mean that this isn’t an amazing performer. And yes, the screen is only 8.9-inches big, but we already explained how super-glossy that is. The only other real downers are the size of the keyboard (understandable given...
Conclusion: The NB100 is a little overpriced, but it is a solid little unit with Sleep-and-Charge USB ports, which are very convenient while travelling. It could use more RAM and a solid-state drive; a version with Linux installed would be pretty sweet, too.
Pros: 1kg, Sleep-and-Charge USB ports, screen tilts all the way back
Cons: Cramped keyboard is hard to type on, screen is susceptible to reflections, touchpad buttons are uncomfortable, Sleep-and-Charge is not enabled by default