PC component maker SAPPHIRE may be best known for producing ATI graphics cards, but the company’s first netbook is pretty standard fare — complete with integrated Intel GMA 3150 graphics and an Atom N450 Pine Trail processor.

The cleverly named SAPPHIRE N450 has a 10.1 inch, 1024 x 600 pixel display, 1GB of RAM, and up to 250GB of hard drive space. The cloest thing I can find to a premium feature is the inclusion of 5.1 channel HD audio.

Fudzilla snagged some images of the netbook from CeBIT and it appears to have a decent keyboard and touchpad layout. The laptop runs Windows 7. No word on pricing, but it’s expected to be competitive with other netbooks, so I’d assume we’re looking at a $300 to $400 price tag.

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