توشيبا در جريان نمايشگاه IFA 2013 از يک لپ تاپ 11 اينچي جديد پرده برداشت شاید توشیبا ما را به خاطر این حرف نبخشد، ولی Satellite NB15t را باید بیش از هر چیز یک نت بوک (netbook) دانست.در ادامه با گجت نيوز همراه باشيد.
ارزانی و نمایشگر کوچک (با کیفیت تصویر پایین) باعث نشده دستگاه از نعمت صفحه لمسی محروم شود و امکان استفاده از سر انگشتان مان برای کار با ویندوز ۸ را داریم. و حتی فراتر از آن، وای فای پرسرعت 802.11ac نیز در این محصول گنجانده شده که در نوع خودش، غافلگیری خوبی است.
با ۳۸۰ دلار می توانید این محصول را که دارای پردازنده سلرون، ۵۰۰ گیگابایت فضای ذخیره سازی، و ۴ گیگابایت رم است بخرید. شاید در کل با محصولی قوی تر از نت بوک ها روبرو شوید ولی از یاد نبرید که در «راهنمای خرید لپتاپ برای همه افراد» نوشتیم از نت بوک ها پرهیز کنید. خلاصه مراقب باشید.
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Toshiba's 11-inch Satellite NB15t laptop offers touch and 802.11ac WiFi for $380 (hands-on)
Toshiba probably doesn't appreciate us calling its new 11-inch laptop a netbook. But it's the same size as a netbook, and with an MSRP of $380, it's priced like one too. Heck, the Satellite NB15t, as it's called, even follows the same naming convention as the netbooks Toshiba sold back in 2010. The nice thing about netbooks in the Windows 8 era, though, is that for the money, you also get a touchscreen. And in this case, 802.11ac WiFi. Yep, that's right: though we can't vouch for how fast a machine this will be, it does at least carry a touch panel and the latest wireless standard, two things we wouldn't normally expect to find on a low-end system.
Rounding out the list, you get a Celeron processor, 500GB of storage and 4GB of RAM — not bad considering other cheapie touchscreen machines like the Pavilion TouchSmart 11 start with 320 gigs and still cost more. The only problem is that you'll have to wait until the holiday shopping season is half over until you can buy one: Toshiba says the NB15t won't actually ship until November. Fortunately for you, though, we've already had a few minutes of hands-on time.
The NB15t might be more powerful than a netbook, what with its Celeron processor, but it certainly looks like one. From top to bottom, the device is fashioned out of rough plastic, with a scratchy texture on the lid, palm rest and even touchpad. The keyboard is a tad cramped, just as you'd expect on an 11-inch machine. Don't be put off by the presence of some undersized keys, however: we had no problem pecking away on the demo machine we handled. In fact, you'll almost certainly enjoy more travel here (along with a sturdier underlying panel) than you would on a keyboard accessory meant for tablets. Also, though Windows touchpads have earned themselves a bad rap, this one handled single-finger tracking with aplomb. It was even nice to have dedicated left and right click buttons, though the tradeoff, of course, is that you then have less room on the touchpad itself.
As for the display, we should tell you that the model on hand here at Toshiba's IFA booth doesn't actually have a working touch screen (weird, we know). So we can't speak to that feature of the product, though we did notice right away that the colors looked washed out when you're not looking at the screen head-on. Then again, this is a $380 laptop we're talking about. Hope nobody's shocked that the display is of the lowest acceptable quality.