Toshiba has introduced a reasonably priced line of ultra-thin laptops. The Satellite T100 series - which measures less than one inch thick - has a starting weight of 3.49 pounds and delivers up to 9 hours of battery life.
"Toshiba has a long history of engineering laptops in highly compact form factors with value-added elements that enhance the mobile computing experience," explained company spokesperson Carl Pinto. "These new ultra-thin laptops reflect the next step in Toshiba laptop innovation, delivering the perfect balance of performance, mobility and style, and broaden our portfolio of ultra-mobile offerings, giving consumers more choice."
According to Pinto, the Satellite T135 features a 13.3-inch diagonal widescreen display and will be available with Toshiba's Fusion Finish in Nova red, black and white. Meanwhile, the Satellite T115 offers an 11.6-inch diagonal widescreen display and is expected to be sold in Nova red and black colors.
Both machines are loaded with Windows 7 Home Premium and include a HD impact sensor, DDR3 memory, touch pad, multiple expansion ports, HDMI-out, Wireless N technology and Bluetooth.
Additional specs include:
Satellite T135 ($600)