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The EasyNote TE69 can still handle routine web browsing and running most office tasks well, and it’s not a bad choice if your budget can’t stretch to even £400.…
£375 inc VAT
You wouldn't necessarily know that this is such a cut-price portable based on its build quality, but take a look at its specs and performance and you soon realise why…
£329 inc VAT
Packard Bell’s EasyNote TS11HR039 features an Intel Core i5 processor and because of this the performance is great. You might wonder how Packard Bell has managed to…
£399 inc VAT
The Packard Bell EasyNote TSX66 tries to introduce some stylish colour alongside a powerful quad-core Sandy Bridge processor.
£699 inc VAT
Packard Bell's TX86 justifies its £549 price tag with impressive performance, attractive styling and long battery life.
£549 inc VAT
The Packard Bell EasyNote TX86 mid-range laptop offers good looks and great value, with ample performance for most users.
£699 inc VAT
The Packard Bell EasyNote TJ74 is a striking looking budget laptop.
£429 inc VAT
Bigger than your regular netbook, the Packard Bell dot m/a offers AMD processors and an 11.6in screen.
£379 inc VAT
The Packard Bell dot s is a netbook with the fastest Intel Atom processor now available.
£229 inc VAT
Packard Bell is not afraid to step out from the crowd in the design and styling of its laptop range - and the widescreen TN65-T-440 notebook is no exception.
£449 inc VAT
In a marketplace of conformity in the laptop market - with few notable exceptions - the Packard Bell EasyNote RS65 dares to be a little different.
£730 inc VAT
The Packard Bell Easy Note BG45-U-300 is the nearest thing to a regular laptop in the budget mini laptop category.
£399 inc VAT
The Packard Bell Easynote XS is a very small laptop, but unfortunately it's a fairly unusable one too.
£349 inc VAT
Some budget laptops are hefty and rather lumpen. Packard Bell's Limited Edition EasyNote MB88 P-003, by comparison, looks dainty and, indeed, weighs a fairly modest…
£599 inc VAT
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