Back in May I reviewed Packard Bell’s dot S2 netbook and was disappointed to find it was little more than a Aspire One 532h rebranded from parent company Acer. I was therefore pleased to see the new EasyNote LM looks totally unlike any of Acer’s 17in Aspires and Timelines. Packard Bell EasyNote LM Packard Bell’s EasyNote LM: …
‘a true cinematic experience’
All Packard Bell have got to do now is find an actual cinema with a only a 17" screen and a pair of crap speakers to its name and Trading Standards can go back to sleep then.....
I have been there...
it was in Great Yarmouth (it i would imagine its gone now - at least i bloody hope so)
Ah the Bell problem!
The screen has always been a problem for PB's. A few years ago I bought some 17inchs (going cheap at about £250 each) for family use. First thing to go at 12 months was the keyboard - loose keys, the next was the screen - lots of lovely verticle lines. At the end of 2 years most were unusable - but the price point and return was good.
Hmmm...and dare I admit that I'm sitting here in my conservatory (off today and the sun is shining), using the last one to type this - with an old monitor and keyboard attched.
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