Packard Bell upgrades EasyNote TS notebooks with AMD’s A-Series APUs

Packard Bell also has refreshed its EasyNote TS notebook with the new high-performance AMD’s A-Series APUs (accelerated processing units). The new 15.6 inch models comes in Ebony Black, Garnet Red, Moonstone White and Sature Pink, and will be available on 26th June, starting at €499.

The EasyNote TS features rounded industrial design and is equipped with LED Backlight (1366×768) display. It can be configured with dual and quad core AMD APUs, max 8GB of memory and up to 1GB HDD storage. There’s also Gigabit Ethernet, WiFi, Bluetooth, 1.3MP webcam, USB 3.0 ports, HDMI out, a chiclet keyboard, multi-gesture touchpad,and Dolby Home Theater speakers. The laptop also offers one-click function keys and social networks 2.0 key, which links you to the most popular social networking sites at the same time with one-touch.

Packard Bell EASYNOTE TS

Packard Bell EASYNOTE TS

Source: Packard Bell

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