Packard Bell says that the new PB oneTwo all-in-one desktop PCs are now 65 percent slimmer than previous models
The new PB oneTwo models come with a DVD Multi optical drive as standard, with the option to upgrade to Blu-ray
Packard Bell has revamped two of its PB oneTwo all-in-one desktop PCs - now 65 percent slimmer than previous models.
Both of the new all-in-ones have touch-enabled displays thanks to the company's own TouchPortal suite
Looking to build on the success of its original PB oneTwo all-in-one desktop computer solutions, Packard Bell has announced two new slimmed-down revamps in the shape of the 21.5-inch PB oneTwo M and the 23-inch PB oneTwo L. Both space-saving, touchscreen models will feature second generation Intel Core i processor options, a choice of NVIDIA or AMD discrete graphics, a high definition webcam and the option of a Blu-ray optical drive, when they go on sale later this month in Europe.
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