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    Default Packard Bell Easynote XS20


    Why this topic:
    I started this special topic, because it's a whole lot different than the Asus Eee, and that's the only and simple reason... It's a little jewel and that's it!


    Description:
    The EasyNote XS is a ultramobile pc (UMPC) with a 7" TFT screen with
    a resolution of 840x480 pixels. With a weight of just 950 gram Packard Bell
    offers for a great variety of notebookusers maximum mobility and usercomfort.

    The EasyNote XS is with his seizes of 23cm x 17cm x 3cm small but complete!

    This notebook has a VIA C7-M 1,2GHz processor, 1GB RAM and a harddisk with a capacity of 30GB, so you allways have your documents or big files and movies with you.

    Above the keyboard on the rightside of the laptop there is a little mousepad and on the leftside you can find the two (little) mousebuttons. You can hold the EasyNote XS with your two hands and use the mousefunctions.

    The EasyNote XS has an intergrated 1,3MP webcam, 2 USB-ports and a 4-in-1 cardreader. For wireless communication the EasyNote XS uses Bluetooth and Wi-Fi. You can use the EasyNote XS for 4 hours or for 2,5 with Wi-Fi on!


    Newsmessages:
    Ultramobilelife
    Engadget
    Journal du Geek
    Pcin-pact
    Pocket Lint

    Links:
    NL Packard Bell
    Productpage
    PDF about the XS

    (P)reviews and other footage:
    Review: UMPC Portal

    YouTube-movies:
    UML Weekly News 09/11/2007

    Easynote XS UMPC / subnotebook video review - part I

    Easynote XS UMPC / subnotebook video review - part II

    8 reallife pics at Journaldugeek
    8 reallife pics at Ultramobilelife.com
    25 reallife pics at UMPC-portal.com


















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    Specifications Packard Bell EasyNote XS
    Brand processor: VIA
    Type processor: C7-M
    Clockspeed: 1,2 GHz
    Cachememory: -
    Bustechnology: 400 MHz
    RAM: 1024MB
    Harddisk: 30GB
    CD/DVD (RW): no
    Graphics: VIA S3G UniChrome Pro II IGP
    Graphic memory: 64 MB
    Shared videomemory: yes
    IEEE 1394: no
    Parallelport : np
    Serial ports: np
    USB-ports: 2x USB 2.0
    TV-out: no
    Touchpad: yes
    Accu: Li-ion
    PCMCIA: no
    Screensize: 7 inch
    Widescreen: yes
    Resolution widescreen: 800x480 pixels
    Operatin System: Windows XP home
    IRDA: no
    WiFi: 802.11g
    Garantie: Carry in
    Garantieduur: 12 months
    Bluetooth: yes
    Built in webcam: yes
    Resolution webcam: 640x480 pixels
    Cardreader: yes 4-in-1

    Comparison with other UMPC's

    and here a little matrix with all pro's and cons of of all these UMPC's.

    Availability:
    At the moment you can only buy it in the Netherland for a price of 599,- euro or in the UK for a price of 499,- pounds! Other countries and prices.. Don't know!

    So let's talk about this crazy and little machine here...
    Zepto Znote 6224W: 14,1" @ 1440 x 900/ nVidia GO 8600M GT 512MB/ Intel Core 2 Duo T7500 2,20GHz 800MHz 4MB
    4096MB PC6400 - 800MHz -CL 4.5/ 320GB @ 7200 rpm HD/ DVD+-RW/ Integrated BT & Wi-Fi/ Windows Vista Home Premium X64

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    Default Re: Packard Bell Easynote XS20

    Isn't there anyone that's interested in this superdevice...?











    The last one is in comparison with my 14,1" My Zepto Znote 6224W personal review
    Zepto Znote 6224W: 14,1" @ 1440 x 900/ nVidia GO 8600M GT 512MB/ Intel Core 2 Duo T7500 2,20GHz 800MHz 4MB
    4096MB PC6400 - 800MHz -CL 4.5/ 320GB @ 7200 rpm HD/ DVD+-RW/ Integrated BT & Wi-Fi/ Windows Vista Home Premium X64

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    Default Re: Packard Bell Easynote XS20

    erm... wheres the mouse?
    MB PKQ Deluxe CPU 3.85GHZ Q6700 GPU's CrossfireX 2x 3870x2 (910mhz) (GDDR4 Versions) HDD RAID 0 (4x500gb)2TB + RAID 1 (2x500GB) RAM 8GB DDR2 1066mhz CASE Antec 900 PSU 1300w Modualar
    "3DMark06 is just a synthetic benchmark."

    I havent lost my mind... I have it backed up somewhere.

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    Default Re: Packard Bell Easynote XS20

    You can see that on this underneath picture:



    The touchpad is above the keyboard on the right side!
    The mouse-buttons are above the keyboard on the left side!
    Zepto Znote 6224W: 14,1" @ 1440 x 900/ nVidia GO 8600M GT 512MB/ Intel Core 2 Duo T7500 2,20GHz 800MHz 4MB
    4096MB PC6400 - 800MHz -CL 4.5/ 320GB @ 7200 rpm HD/ DVD+-RW/ Integrated BT & Wi-Fi/ Windows Vista Home Premium X64

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    Default Re: Packard Bell Easynote XS20

    Nobody that likes it..?
    Zepto Znote 6224W: 14,1" @ 1440 x 900/ nVidia GO 8600M GT 512MB/ Intel Core 2 Duo T7500 2,20GHz 800MHz 4MB
    4096MB PC6400 - 800MHz -CL 4.5/ 320GB @ 7200 rpm HD/ DVD+-RW/ Integrated BT & Wi-Fi/ Windows Vista Home Premium X64

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    Default Re: Packard Bell Easynote XS20

    Thanks for posting the pictures - much better than PCWorld etc's little pics.
    I am curious about how using the touchpad works out - do you end up knocking the keyboard? - But then it looks so small your fingers are almost there already.
    Have you tried connecting it up to a full sized monitor / digital projector via the DVI port and if so is it's output ok - I can see it being useful for running presentations.

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    Default Re: Packard Bell Easynote XS20

    Thanks for posting the pictures - much better than PCWorld etc's little pics.
    Your're welcome! But the most of them are just from the internet :-)
    Have you tried connecting it up to a full sized monitor / digital projector via the DVI port and if so is it's output ok - I can see it being useful for running presentations.
    I haven't got this PB.. I want to buy it!

    But I've started a topic on tweakers.net (it's Dutch)
    http://gathering.tweakers.net/forum/...ssages/1250105
    and there are some users that already have got it! :-)

    A quote from that topic translated in English:
    With FN & F3 you can switch trough intern, extern or both.
    Small notice: De maximum output is 1024x768 but I think I need new drivers.
    Zepto Znote 6224W: 14,1" @ 1440 x 900/ nVidia GO 8600M GT 512MB/ Intel Core 2 Duo T7500 2,20GHz 800MHz 4MB
    4096MB PC6400 - 800MHz -CL 4.5/ 320GB @ 7200 rpm HD/ DVD+-RW/ Integrated BT & Wi-Fi/ Windows Vista Home Premium X64

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    Default Re: Packard Bell Easynote XS20

    Nobody that likes it?

    Or is it just because you only can buy it in The Netherland and the UK?
    Zepto Znote 6224W: 14,1" @ 1440 x 900/ nVidia GO 8600M GT 512MB/ Intel Core 2 Duo T7500 2,20GHz 800MHz 4MB
    4096MB PC6400 - 800MHz -CL 4.5/ 320GB @ 7200 rpm HD/ DVD+-RW/ Integrated BT & Wi-Fi/ Windows Vista Home Premium X64

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    Default Re: Packard Bell Easynote XS20

    I like it much more than Asus eee PC and will try to buy one from my loca PCWorld for 350 quid (it's a current price). Price above 400 pounds is stupid

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    Default Re: Packard Bell Easynote XS20

    Quote Originally Posted by CLB-NL View Post
    Nobody that likes it?

    Or is it just because you only can buy it in The Netherland and the UK?
    No luck with my local PC world. was there 9-30 in the morning and they've all gone. they said that as soon as they dropped the price to 350 the stock has gone in 1 hour

 

 
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