Last year, dominated the notebook sector, inter alia, the trend toward extra-long battery life. For this purpose, the two Toshiba Satellite series T110 and T130 in the subnotebook format. The T110 was now in a smaller version T110-10R for under 500 € for us at the office visit.
On the box the color combinations are already visible, in which the Toshiba about 29x21 centimeters (cm) small and 1.6 kilograms, the unit offers: red, black and white. Our test unit comes in the favorite color of many hardware buyers - in black.
The package consists of a few ingredients power supply, user manual and quick start guide. The paint of the sub-notebooks is glossy, which looks pretty, but unfortunately prone to fingerprints.
The business notebooks like Toshiba can dull and plain, the other laptops are often decorated with patterns. After strips on the Qosmio G50 and Satellite A350D or coarse anvil to gather on the Satellite U500 'll get a distorted diamond pattern, even in the interior.This is also brilliant, a matte contrast provide the lowered touchpad with gesture support, and the keyboard, which can go by the trend of the individual keys used to be. Since many of the features of the Toshiba Satellite T110 with those of Packard Bell EasyNote XS Butterfly (Test) overlap, which was tested by us before, offers a direct comparison to a: the keys of the subnotebook Toshiba move closer together something. Narrow fall, for example, from the Windows and the Alt key. However, it is well-typed with the keyboard, the high resistance but you have to get used.
The housing , the Japanese group incidentally, a silver bar in the chromium-framed look with that one as the Satellite P500-12E has ever been seen. The same optical line the continuous button for the right-and left-click and the light goes well stocked bar, including the status of the wireless - Bluetooth reception or battery operation or provides information. Processing can be nodded through positive, only one point could easily criticize: When closed, allows the lid to open within the first few millimeters easily.