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Acer reinforces Packard Bell as affordable, launches EasyNote TE and TV laptops

Acer reinforces Packard Bell as affordable, launches EasyNote TE and TV laptops

By 4 July 2012

Packard Bell has announced the launch of two new 15.6-inch notebooks today, as parent company Acer looks to differentiate between the brands the group owns.  Acer told us it would be pushing the premium with Acer, with Packard Bell taking the more affordable... >>

Packard Bell skinny PB oneTwo announced

Packard Bell skinny PB oneTwo announced

By 9 November 2011

If you're in the market for a super-skinny all-in-one machine, and don't fancy going down the well-walked iMac path, Packard Bell hopes it might have the answer for you with its newly announced PB oneTwo AIO PC. The PB oneTwo is described by its makers... >>

Packard Bell EasyNote LX6 high end notebook unleashed

Packard Bell EasyNote LX6 high end notebook unleashed

By 2 September 2010

Packard Bell, often thought of as the cheap alternative to the Acer family, has used IFA to announce a pretty impressive sounding notebook - the EasyNote LX86. The LX86 (the LX stands for luxury, apparently) has a silver finish and has a full-size keyboard... >>

Packard Bell EasyNote TM
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Packard Bell EasyNote TM

By 30 August 2010

"Friends and fun in one place" is Packard Bell's appealing promise on the EasyNote TM. Incidentally, we're not writing trademark there, TM is the model code, though it is a little confusing. Anyway, the promise is to do with social networking. Like the... >>

Packard Bell EasyNote LM notebook
3.5 out of 5

Packard Bell EasyNote LM notebook

By 12 May 2010

The EasyNote LM is a desktop replacement. Its large screen (17.3-inches, so not just a 17-incher, Packard Bell boasts) would dominate any desk, though it is not as heavy as you'd think at 3.3kg, certainly not so heavy that you'd need to anchor it to one... >>

Packard Bell unveils Easynote TM

Packard Bell unveils Easynote TM

By 29 April 2010

Packard Bell has followed up its announcement of the EasyNote M laptop range with another laptop - the EasyNote TM. It's focused on social networking, and offers a range of spec and connectivity options. Inside, there's Intel's latest Core i3 processor,... >>

Packard Bell launches EasyNote M laptops

Packard Bell launches EasyNote M laptops

By 26 April 2010

Packard Bell has announced that it's launching the EastNote M series of laptops, a selection of machines that focus on design and social networking. There's a 14-inch version, a 15.6-inch version and a 17.3-inch variant. All three, Packard Bell claims,... >>

Packard Bell set to entertain you with the Studio ST

Packard Bell set to entertain you with the Studio ST

By 23 March 2010

Packard Bell has joined the TV party, or certainly knocked on its door, with the launch of the Studio ST external HDD. On paper, it may just be a USB storage and auto-backup facility in 500GB - 2TB sizes, but factor in the HDMI port, the 1080p output,... >>

Packard Bell prices limited edition dot VR46 netbook

Packard Bell prices limited edition dot VR46 netbook

By 10 February 2010

We've brought you news of this Valentino Rossi-designed effort before, but it's edging closer to a UK launch with a price tag of £449 revealed. For anyone who doesn't know, Rossi is a nine times Moto GP world champion and has got involved with PB by... >>

Packard Bell EasyNote Butterfly Touch Edition announced

Packard Bell EasyNote Butterfly Touch Edition announced

By 22 December 2009

Packard Bell has announced the new EasyNote Butterfly Touch Edition offering a convertible design and a multi-touch screen with 180 degrees rotation that transforms the laptop into a tablet PC. Running Windows 7 Home Premium, the tablet PC offers an 11.6-inch... >>