Packard Bell, a subsidiary of Acer has rolled out a couple of new notebooks under its new EasyNote E-series category in the European market. Both notebooks feature processor that fall under Intel Sandy Bridge architecture (Core i3, i5 and Celeron CPUs) and pack HD resolution (1366 x 768).
The only difference between the two is the fact that the EasyNote NE comes with a 14 inch display while the EasyNote TE is equipped with a bigger 15.6 inch screen.
As you all know, all Sandy Bridge processors come with integrated Intel HD 3000 graphics, but the company will also provide selected models with Nvidia GT 620M GPU that boasts Nvidia Optimus technology with 1GB VRAM.
Other specs include 8GB RAM, upto 1TB hard disk drives, DVD writer, SD card reader, HDMI and 3x USB 2.0 ports. Battery life is said to be around 5 hours on a single charge. The price for E series will start at 400 Euros.
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