Ultra-portable from Toshiba

Toshiba has added to its Portégé ultra-portable notebook range, by launching the M300. This model runs on an Intel Pentium M processor, includes 256MB of internal memory, and offers a 40GB hard disk for storing data.

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By  Chris Fernando Published  April 13, 2005

Toshiba has added to its Portégé ultra-portable notebook range, by launching the M300. This model runs on an Intel Pentium M processor, includes 256MB of internal memory, and offers a 40GB hard disk for storing data. Weighing in at 1.59kg, the Portégé M300 has a quoted battery life of up to 11 hours and incorporates a 12-inch screen. The notebook also features Toshiba’s integrated diversity antenna technology, which allows ti to find the optimum connection for wireless networking and automatically configure itself to the strongest network available. Users can sync their mobile phones and PDAs to the notebook using its built-in Bluetooth and infrared capabilities, while other communication options include a built-in modem, ethernet card and Wi-Fi. The notebook equips a multimedia slot for compact flash (CF) and secure digital (SD) cards thus allowing the users to transfer images and sound files from digital cameras and MP3 players. The M300 is priced at $2,795, putting it head-to-head with other ultra-portables such as Dell's Latitude D410, NASCO's Flybook, Sony Vaio, IBM Thinkpad and Fujitsu-Siemens Lifebook, among others.

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