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Toshiba Satellite T110, T130: Laptops sleep and charge your gadgets

Toshiba has unveiled two new laptops sporting Intel's new Consumer Ultra Low Voltage processors and 'Sleep-and-Charge' technology to top up your iPod without booting Windows 7

4 Images By September 30, 2009


Toshiba's NB205 Netbooks start at $350, have sleep-and-charge port

Toshiba's new Netbooks are light, colorful, and can charge your USB devices even when shut down, thanks to a sleep-and-charge USB port.

By June 1, 2009


Toshiba updates its laptop line for back-to-school

With new Intel chips right around the corner, look for updates and upgrades to these popular PC lines.

By June 3, 2013


How to keep your devices charged up during a blackout

Even without working Wi-Fi, a spare laptop was useful as a USB charging base during Hurricane Sandy.

By November 1, 2012


Toshiba announces Portege Z830 ultrabook

Toshiba's addition to this week's new batch of laptops is the Portege Z830 series.

By September 1, 2011


Gateway updates NV and ID laptop lines with new looks, updated CPUs

The thin Gateway ID and workhorse NV laptops are both getting new CPUs, USB 3.0, and more.

By July 7, 2011


Samsung Series 9 is here: Unboxing, hands-on

Samsung's rival to Apple's MacBook Air is here at CNET, complete with its own fancy packaging.

By March 25, 2011


Toshiba makes budget Netbook, the NB505

The economy's bad and Netbooks are losing market share to tablets. The smart move: make them cheaper.

By January 5, 2011


Intel dual-core CULV laptop chips imminent

Intel's CPU monkeys have been working overtime recently, coming up with a new range of dual-core processors designed to give super-skinny, lightweight laptops some extra grunt

By October 1, 2009


Toshiba's new slim T100 series

Just in time for the Windows 7 invasion, Toshiba has announced a new line of slim laptops, dubbed the T100 series. With Intel ultra-low-voltage processors (or ULV), the 13.3-inch T135 and 11.6-inch T115 are both less than one inch thick, have LED displays

By September 28, 2009