Packard Bell Easy Note TS13HR-52454G50Mnrk Reviews
Product Type: Packard Bell laptops
Description:Model ID NX.BWSEK.001 / Packard Bell Easy Note TS13HR-52454G50Mnrk - Core i5 2450M / 2.5 GHz - Windows 7 Home Premium - 4 GB RAM - 500 GB HDD - DVD SuperMulti - 15.6" wide - Intel HD Graphics 3000 - red / EasyNote TS series is stylish and reliable; it keeps you in touch and ... more
Packard Bell Easy Note TS13HR-52454G50Mnrk ... entertained. Simple to operate, thanks to one-click function keys and one-touch access to social networks. To top it off, the EasyNote TS features a fast, energy-saving processor, and high-end graphics.
The 15.6" EasyNote TS has ample screen space and a slender profile, along with an assortment of cool design innovations to keep you comfortably entertained on the go. Daisy-chain patterning on the cover and palm rest draws attention to the chassis as well as to what's under the hood. A chiclet keyboard adds nice style; while the multi-gesture touchpad lets you navigate with just two fingers.
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