Packard Bell launches its new ultra mobile dot m / a, a notebook stylistically attractive, high-performance, and a world record on his shoulders. Indeed is the first computer of this type with the support of AMD. The design is flawless, elegant and refined, yet modern, compact and easy to use.
The display adapter is 11.6 inches in widescreen 16:9 with a native resolution of 1366 x 768 pixels, which can in spite of the compact to make it pretty comfortable working with this notebook. In the frame of the monitor is an integrated VGA webcam.
The real news is not innovative and aesthetically appealing, but the core built inside, the Packard Bell dot m / y, as already mentioned is the first netbook to integrate an AMD processor, specifically an L110 Athlon 64 low-energy with a TDP of 13 watts, operates at a clock speed of 1.2 GHz with 512 KB of L2 cache.
A core that delivers high performance but with a limited use of energy resources, one of the few mobile processors with such a performance / consumption, although not like the most popular Intel Atom.
Among other features, the notebook dot m / a has 1 GB of RAM, maximum expandability with up to 2 GB, 160 GB hard drive is included that can be replaced with a hard disk capacity of 320 Gb, with regard to the video system, integrated ATI Radeon X1270 graphics chipset, thanks to HyperMemory technology is able to handle up to 512 MB of video memory.