February 26, 2011 by staff 

Giaitri, Hanoi, Consumer Products Company Toshiba officially launches NB520 netbook products equipped speaker system Harman / Kardon and supports many new entertainment features.
NB520 Netbook is a premium product line of NB500 with five different colors is brown, blue, and dark blue, bronze, orange on the metal surface is quite delicate design. Along with the stereo system’s multi-channel 2W Harman / Kardon audio fidelity when listening to music or watching HD movies (720p).

NB520 using Intel Atom N550 processor with memory up to 2GB DDR3 RAM, hard drives capacity up to 320GB and a 10.1-inch screen (25.654 cm). When folded, the front thickness is 16.6 mm, 35.5 mm rear. Machine weighs 1.32 kg. There is thin and light products on the market equipped with Intel’s Atom 2. Toshiba representative said the price of this product in the Vietnam market in quarter 1 / 2011 was 10,899,000 dong.

Entertainment features outstanding support of the NB520 is Sleep & Music allows users to use the system speaker Harman / Kardon speakers like mini mobile. No need to launch netbook, users can still enjoy their favorite music on MP3 players or mobile phones to be played back through computer speakers via 3.5 mm jack, microphone connection.

This product also includes a help feature Sleep & Charge can charge users of their electronic devices such as phones, music … while the netbook is turned off.

Toshiba has also improved the ability to connect your laptop entertainment by adding a USB 3.0 offers 10 times the speed of USB 2.0 ports. Products and integrated webcam and Bluetooth 3.0 for data transfer speeds 8 times higher than the previous generation.

Along with product NB520, Toshiba NB505 series also introduces slim meet everyday computing needs of the user. This device is a portable lightweight meets the basic needs of the user with an affordable price.

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