The two new netbooks are pretty much identical, save for some aesthetical differences in the keyboards - the NB305 packs a tiled keyboard while the NB300 serves up a more traditional look.
The NB300 will also only be available in black, while the NB305 gets the option of brown or white with a textured cover. Swish.
The netbook duo promise a few improvements on last year's model, including an integrated battery for a more streamline design, a more powerful Atom chip, a larger multi-touch touchpad and an improved battery life.
Spec-wise, the netbooks run with Intel's 1.66GHz Atom N450 chip under the hood, a decent 250GB of storage and a choice of Windows XP Home or Windows 7 Starter operating systems.
Both models weigh in at a bag friendly 1.3kg, promise up to 11 hours of battery life thanks to a 6 cell battery and even boasts Sleep-and-Charge USB ports for charging your gadgets even when the netbook is switched off.
A nice addition to the spec sheet is the netbooks' compatibility with the faster 802.11n Wifi standard, alongside the slower, more often seen netbook staples of 802.11b/g.
Both the NB300 and NB305 netbooks are on the market now, priced at £269 and £329 respectively - although we'd guess you could hunt them out cheaper on the net.
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