[-] * Bad performance comparing to Celeron 1.8 from 2005 - integrated GPU use some power 5/10 * HDD is slowly so i replace to SSD * Can;t install Windows 7 - 32 or 64 bit due non standard BIOS * When copy to SD card hear some squeaks in "headphones" * Sound is very bad 3/10 * Keyboard, who design it, keys are in different position so you will be had problem to use normal keyboards * CD Key - windows 8 are saved in UEFI BIOS
[-] * Small * Nice screen * Portal 2 and CS working
A few hints: 1 - USB stick needs to be in the right-hand (USB2) port. 2 - USB stick needs to UEFI bootable (a Debian or Ubuntu installer, copied to the USB stick with "dd", is fine). 3 - Bootloader file must be named boot/bootx64.efi (again, a Debian or Ubuntu installer image will already be OK). 4 - Try holding down ESC before/during hitting the power button, to select the boot device.
BEWARE - one can NOT use a Boot disk to access OS. Acronis and Ghost nor free clone or Imaging boot disk will NOT work on this netbook. BIOS is lacking many features found on many notebooks. I would not recommend this product.
Energy-efficient stealth device. Toshiba's Satellite NB10t-A-101 is an 11.6-inch netbook which comes equipped with a Bay Trail Celeron CPU, a touchscreen, a 500 GB HDD and Windows 8, costing approx. 380 euros. Our review will show whether Toshiba's small notebook is a true bargain.