Toshiba NB550D review – a proof AMD netbooks rock!
8 November 2013
Conclusion: For years I’ve been waiting for the moment AMD will bring a competitive hardware platform on netbooks. And despite the long expectations, they finally did it. The AMD powered Toshiba NB550D manages to gather several important qualities under the same hood: well built and good looking body, good...
Toshiba NB550D Comes in Weird Colors, Looks Awesome
14 June 2011
Excerpt: The problem with most netbooks is that their lack of power makes it a challenge to use them for anything more processor demanding than a bit of light browsing. Toshiba’s NB550B stands out from the netbook crowd with a dual core 1GHz AMD C50 (Ontario) processor, Radeon HD 6250M graphics chipset,...
Excerpt: It’s not often that we get excited over a netbook, but Toshiba’s new NB550D is an exception. It’s the first netbook we’ve seen that uses an AMD Fusion processor, the first real competition for Intel’s Atom.
Excerpt: One of the least exciting areas of computing in recent times has been netbooks, thanks to the strict hardware requirements of the cheap-for-OEM Windows Starter Edition and the glacial pace at which Intel has released new Atom chips. This is already changing with AMD's launch of its Fusion APUs.