The netbook, which is also available with Intel's 1.6GHz Atom N270 processor, has a 10.1in 1,024x600 widescreen display that comes with an LED backlight and features the Intel 945GSE graphics chipset, 160GB hard disk drive and a 3D accelerometer monitoring system that Toshiba claims "detects and protects the HDD from freefalls, shocks and vibrations".
Running Windows XP, the NB200 has a "nearly full-size" tiled keyboard. It also features with a webcam, Bluetooth and 802.11 b/g Wi-Fi connectivity. It's powered by a three-cell battery that can run for up to four hours between charges. An optional nine cell battery that can extend the netbook's life to nine hours from a single charge is also available.
The NB200 comes in black, brown, white and pink (although this won't hit shelves until Q3) and is priced at £319. It will be available from May.
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See also: Toshiba NB100 review