Wednesday, 31 March 2010

Packard Bell dot VR46 Revealed Valentino Rossi dot VR46 Two Wheels Inspired Netbook

For those who loved Acer's Ferrari notebook series but would much rather
do with something inspired by the two wheeler championship, then the
good folks from Packard Bell would like you to see their new Valentino
Rossi styled Packard Bell dot VR46 netbook.
Although impersonating with Rossi as a champion in the motorsport world,
the dot VR46 is not exactly the most powerful netbook on the market. But
that's only a supposition for now as there haven't been any official
details regarding its hardware specs. However if we're to guess, the
special edition Packard Bell dot VR46 is probably much like the dot m/u
model that packs an 11.6-inch display, an Intel CULV processor (probably
the 1.3GHz Celeron M), 250GB of storage and some 3GB of RAM.
Supposedly running Windows 7, there's also an integrated GMA 4500MHD
graphics card, Wi-Fi (b/g/n) connectivity and gigabit ethernet.
Designed and created by Aldo Druids, Valentino Rossi's graphic designer,
there's no word regarding price but the new Packard Bell dot VR46
shouldn't be cheaper than the aforementioned dot m/u netbook which is
expected to retail close to pound sterling400 or some $650.
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