Category Archives: Packard Bell Laptops

Packard Bell Launches the Easynote NS

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A new laptop has been launched by Packard Bell, it offers the consumer a handy fourteen inch display with 1366 x 768 pixel resolution, it will be powered by the Intel Core i5/i7 processor, graphics will come from either the GeForce GT 520 or GeForce GT 540 graphics card with Optimus support and it will have a full fours worth of battery running time. There is a choice of three colours and the prices are expected to start from around $750!

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Launch of the Packard Bell 11.6 inch

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Now according to general opinion an 11.6 inch computer is a netbook, but according to Packard Bell this is not a netbook and so who are we to argue. Regardless of size, this machine has the performance of a laptop, there are going to be different specs and after the 22nd October, it will come loaded with Windows 7. There are two colour choices and Packard Bell claim that it will have a battery life of eight hours, sounds cool to us.

 

Specs:

11.6 inch display

Intel ULV processor

Embedded numeric keypad

Multi-gesture touc

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Review of the newly released Packard Bell 13.4 inch Easy Note

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The Easy Note from Packard Bell is a nice looking 13.4 inch mini laptop that has been extensively designed for the European market, but that should not be held against it! It has a LCD widescreen that is LED backlit for extra smooth display. The design allows for the introduction of a solid state drive instead of the hard drive, this is supposed to increase the battery life by around ten per cent.

 

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Review of the Packard Bell Dot S and Dot M

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This pair of laptops are a nice addition the Packard Bell range of computers, they offer the user a decent choice of features and the only real difference is the size of the display. It would depend on the consumers needs and price range to determine which is more suitable, but it is good to have a choice in the first place.

 

 

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The end for the Dot Netbook

The end for the Dot Netbook

 

Packard Bell is finally scrapping the small screened Dot Netbook, which is essentially a rebadged Acer Aspire One, but only with an 8.9 inch display. Of course, Packard Bell is owned by Acer and therefore the chassis of most of their computers are going to be more or less the same.

 

Acer have a good line going in the Aspire range and by phasing these machines out they are not risking their r

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