Packard Bell

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  1. AZZA

    AZZA Notebook Consultant

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    ah, the wimps have run away!
     
  2. Clearday

    Clearday Notebook Evangelist

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    and it is very normal result. If you havent got strong informations about certain issues, you can not discuss these things in well-informed people.

    This market is a sharp, fast-growing, dog eating, quick changing...so indicating a 1 year old (even, 6 months ago)nbook review will not take so much care for me today. This rule is also acceptable in next years and actually next months...

    I couldnt race with them, so many so many nbooks around release month by month...Who is best and who is worst races will not end until the world end...


    regards,
    CDTRF
     
  3. Charles P. Jefferies

    Charles P. Jefferies Lead Moderator Super Moderator

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    Two things - let's keep on-topic, and make sure that the conversation stays notebook-related and non-personal. We'd appreciate that.

    Thanks,
    Chaz
     
  4. ivar

    ivar Notebook Deity

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    http://www.notebookjournal.de/tests/108 reviews (in German) Packard Bell EasyNote V7800 (15,4" Core Duo). I haven't read the 6pages + pics in the end) review (no interest). The resume points the positive features (e.g. good keyboard, HD recovery, ECO silent mode, integrated bass subwoofer, dvi slot, express card, bright display...) and negative ones (bad documentation, weak display backcover, too weak performance for X1600 graphic, no VGA, no recovery CD...).

    Probably the brand is really trying to improve.
     
  5. Clearday

    Clearday Notebook Evangelist

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    This is what we want to imply here. PB tries to play hard for other players.
     
  6. AZZA

    AZZA Notebook Consultant

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    precisely.

    No-one can sit there and say that PB isnt trying hard. The Easynote V is no exception, although not available in the UK yet, i'd sure buy one.
     
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    Clearday Notebook Evangelist

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    I find strange how it cant be available in UK while ok in Turkey. I see updated Easynote V/W series in many PC malls,showrooms in Turkey. :confused:


    Such as, a few TR sites for newest PB V series;
    -http://www.hepsiburada.com/productdetails.aspx?categoryid=81876&productid=bd700549
    -http://www.mavibilgisayar.com/katalog/urunler/listele.php?s=AoXoIsqNLLoGNqyO6XxgEJakeCy6rCOKfweV26J2Fk7ZM54aIB&no=88
    -http://www.pcdepo.com/asp/listgroup.asp?Group_ID=NtPAC

    many...It comes me strange not to see sales in UK yet.


    regards,
    Clearday
     
  8. AZZA

    AZZA Notebook Consultant

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    we cannot get the Easynote V or R in the UK.

    However we can get the Easynote W (which i own), A, L, J, B, and S series notebooks
     
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    Clearday Notebook Evangelist

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    Do you really know why you dont find? any opinion?
     
  10. AZZA

    AZZA Notebook Consultant

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    ive no idea mate
     
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