Toshiba AC100

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Toshiba AC100
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Toshiba AC100
Manufacturer Toshiba
Type Smartbook
Media SDHC/SDIO reader
Operating system Android, Linux-based custom
System-on-chip used Tegra 2 250 T20 "Harmony"
CPU ARM dualcore 1GHz Cortex-A9 processor
Memory 512 MB
Storage 8 - 32 GB eMMC chip
Display 10.1 in (260 mm) diagonal 1024 × 600 LED backlit LCD
Graphics 333MHz ULP GeForce with shared system memory (64MB default)
Input Keyboard
Touchpad
Camera 1.3 Mp
Connectivity WLAN 802.11 b/g/n
3G Quadband WCDMA/GSM + SIM card slot
USB 2.0
mini HDMI connector
3.5 mm stereo out
Electret microphone
Power 7 hours battery life
Weight 768 gramms

Toshiba AC100 is a smartbook device from Toshiba.

In June 2010, a smartbook device from Toshiba was announced. It features Nvidia Tegra 2 processor and is able to remain in stand-by mode for up to 7 days.[1][2] It has from 8 - 32 GB eMMC chip, some models have integrated bluetooth and 3G module.

The Device has considerable traction in the free and open source software community as it is possible to replace the pre-installed Android with a proper Linux system.[3]

The AC100 is the reference device for the Ubuntu ARM port.[4]

The AC100 was discontinued in 2011 and is no longer being manufactured.

Features[edit]

The board (made by Compal) seems to be closely related to the “Harmony” development board made by Nvidia. The main CPU is a Tegra 250 SoC which consists of :[5]

  • dualcore 1 GHz Cortex-A9 processor, 1 MB L2 cache
  • ULP GeForce GPU
  • DDR2 controller, 512 MB RAM (256+256 MB chips)
  • dual display controller (lvds+hdmi)
  • jpeg encoder/decoder
  • video encode/decoder
  • sound chip

Supplemental chips are (among others)

  • embedded flash (type depends on the model, e.g. Toshiba THGBM2G7D4FBAI9)
  • embedded controller (ENE KB926QF-D3?)
  • power management unit TPS658622A
  • Wifi (Ralink/MSI rt3070sta)
  • Bluetooth chip (optional)
  • 3G modem (optional, Ericsson Business Mobile Networks BV F3307 Mobile Broadband Module)

The device was officially available at the Toshiba United Kingdom site.[6] OS is Android v2.1 (upgradable to v2.2 since 2011 [7]).

In Japan, it is sold as "Dynabook AZ".

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