Toshiba's just reached into its burgeoning sack-o-laptops and pulled out a couple of crackers. One is a 13.3-inch business-oriented machine known as the Satellite Pro L630 and the other is a 10.1-inch netbook called the NB250.
The Satellite Pro L630 is aimed ostensibly at people who wear suits and bark orders at quivering subordinates. Its 13.3-inch display has a 1,366x768-pixel resolution, while under its glossy black facade lie an Intel Core i3 CPU, 2GB of RAM, a 250GB hard drive loaded with Windows 7 and a battery capable of sustaining 5 hours of use.
The NB250, meanwhile, is aimed at the aforementioned subordinates. Its 10.1-inch screen runs at the standard 1,024x600 pixels, but instead of the usual N450 chip, it gets an Intel Atom N455 -- which is pretty much identical aside from its support for DDR3 memory.
Toshiba says the NB250 will deliver 8 hours of battery life and will have 802.11b/g/n Wi-Fi, Bluetooth 2.1 and three USB ports -- one of which doubles as an eSATA port.
We've no idea how much either of these machines will cost, but they'll be out towards the end of June. Keep your eyes peeled for a full review of both in the near future.