Toshiba in Japan plans to upgrade their 8.9-inch NB-100 netbook, which is also available in the US and Europe, starting this month. The company has developed two new (pricey) models, the NB-100HF and the NB-100H [JP].
The first model (pictured) comes with a 64GB SSD and Windows Vista (which might not be a good idea at all) and will cost around $ 880. Vista enemies can choose the NB100H that continues to be equipped Windows XP and features a 160GB HDD, up 40GB compared to the first NB-100 (price: $ 770).
As the original NB-100, both variations feature a 1,024×600 screen, an N270 CPU (1.60 Ghz), Bluetooth 2.1+EDR, Wi-Fi and 1GB Ram.
In Nippon, Toshiba will roll out the new netbooks later this month. But details regarding availability and pricing outside Japan are unknown at this point.