We first spotted Toshiba’s NB300 netbook on the FCC back in early December. Today, Toshiba formally unveiled the NB300 line, starting with the NB305.
The NB305 rocks an Intel Atom N450 processor, 250 GB HDD, and 6 cell battery with 11 hours of battery life. Two versions of the netbook will be available – the first features chicklet keys, while the other has a more traditional keyboard. These netbooks will retail for $400 and $350 respectively.
Toshiba’s previous NB200 series netbooks were well received, and it looks like the NB300 is a solid follow-up. However, we agree with Engadget that the lack of upgraded graphics is a bit disappointing.