Notebook Packard Bell based on the AMD

Monday, June 29, 2009

Packard Bell today expanded its lineup with the launch of the first Notebook Notebook-based processor AMD: dot m / a. This is a rather curious product, because the vast majority of Notebook processors based on Intel Atom.

Netbuki dot m / a with a 11.6-inch display and a 16:9 suggests a universal elegant black or a combination of bright red and black. Convenient to carry and fairly lightweight (1.25 kg) dot m / a is equipped with a keyboard the same size as a normal laptop.

According to the manufacturer, dot m / a - this is the first to market a laptop equipped with AMD Athlon 64 processor L110. Through the use of ATI Radeon X1270 graphics card with memory up to 512 MB HyperMemory, dot m / a provides a good performance for cars of this level.

Packard Bell dot m / a come with a preloaded operating system Microsoft Windows Vista Basic or Windows Vista Home Premium, 160 GB hard drive and memory to 1 GB of RAM, but also support hard disk up to 320 GB of RAM and up to 2 GB. Innovation comes with a battery of 3 cells or with an additional battery of 6 cells, thus allowing for autonomous work time up to 4 hours.

Netbuki dot m / a will appear in retail sales this summer.