We managed to get some lens time with the new s and m dots from Packard Bell.
The dot m will look familiar to netbook fans, having pinched the chassis from Acer's Aspire One 751. To differentiate the two, the PB model will sit on an AMD core, but the standard Intel offering will also be available.
With Packard Bell flaunting their new red brand identity, it is no surprise to see the dot s wearing a red coat. Relatively standard in terms of hardware specs, it does come in at an affordable £249.
Pictured here are the dot m in black and the dot s in red.
For all the details, head over to our news story on the PB dot launches, link below.