Conclusion: There are plenty of netbooks out there that do pretty similar things, but the Toshiba NB200 is certainly one of the best we’ve seen – at least until the very end of this year. The latest advances in netbook technology are starting to come to the fore, but you will pay a much higher price so if...
Summary: The Toshiba NB200 offers up pretty much everything a good netbook should, and then chucks in a couple of extras, such as a shock-protected hard drive and a USB port that can charge mobile devices when the netbook's turned off or asleep
Pros: Relatively fast processor; stylish design; good keyboard and screen.
Conclusion: Toshiba unleashes their second netbook generation on customers. Even if there's little been done in view of hardware, Toshiba has really gone the extra mile in regards to optic and design - and we think with success .
Pros: Elegant and chic optic, Very quiet even under load, Very good workmanship, Generous keyboard, The new optical make-up with the fine diagonal lines has something. The case and its qualitatively high workmanship could also convince. Even if barely anything has happened with the hardware configurati...
Cons: Reflective display, Maximum loudspeaker volume, Too small display opening angle, A bit more continuity for the model names would be nice. Dynabook UX, NB 205, or NB 200 in our latitudes - you quickly lose the overview. Why not bring them to a common denominator?
Conclusion: The jump from an 8.9-inch form factor in the NB100 to the 10.1-inch design here places the NB200 firmly in line with its rivals. Aside from the excellent battery life, it has no stand-out features, but it still remains a highly attractive and well-made netbook.