A King Air 350ER version of the B300 was presented at the Paris Air Show on June 13th, 2005. This was an equivalent to the earlier Model 200T and B200T of the 200 series. MTWO was increased to 16,500 lb (7,430 kg), a belly pod for surveillance equipment, the landing gear of the Beechcraft 1900 to handle increased weight and add ground clearance, and extra fuel capacity in the engine nacelles. The next big update would occur October 2008, with the release of the King Air 350i. The focus was on the passenger cabin with Beechcraft claiming that noise level and overall comfort was now competitive with that of light jets. Cabin upgrades included controllers on passenger seats for dimming LED lights, darkening windows, controlling an iPod dock and a high-definition monitor. Other perks included Universal Serial Bus (USB) ports, AC electrical receptacles and fold out tables for each passenger in the eight seats fitted.