Packard Bell's answer to the Acer Gemstone Blue Notebook with Blu-ray drive is called EasyNote TN65 . The Acer Aspire 6920 in the execution unit, the editors of onlinekosten.de already tested . It must now also cheaper model of Packard Bell set the performance criteria. How to cut the model from the movie-friendly 16:9 format?
The EasyNote TN65 must adapt to the market now with several models with 16:9 screen share, but stands out with its unusual design. From the outside, the housing is provided with a gray and kind of honeycomb structure, which gives the computer a rugged outdoor look. Still, he does not clunky: The edges are nicely rounded and the protruding hinges provide for a "light" appearance.
The advantage of the housing is the dull, fingerprint-resistant surface, which in multimedia notebooks has been enjoying almost a rarity. Inside it shines all around but again, both on the screen as well. The border around the keyboard is made of brushed aluminum and black surrounds also the touch pad that catches the eye is exceptionally round. In the package are still otherwise the power supply, a printed manual and recovery discs of the operating system, Windows Vista Home Premium. This could be credited Packard Bell almost a plus - most of the manufacturers pass the writing of the recovery files on the user.
The notebook is based on the Intel Centrino 2 platform and is equipped with an Intel Core 2 Duo T5800 processor at 2.0 gigahertz (GHz) equipped. This packed in test 96 JPG photos (235 megabytes) to the program 7-Zip in 15 seconds and thus is about 15 percent faster than the desktop processor from AMD Athlon X2 5000 + at 2.6 GHz. In addition, there are four gigabytes (GB) of memory in the case. Unfortunately, the computer can use this but not fully, because Vista here in the 32 bit version is used. Provides sufficient space for a 250 GB hard drive.