Packard Bell have updated their Dot range of netbooks with the addition of the Packard Bell DOT M, and DOT S netbooks.
Acer now own Packard Bell, so it’s not too surprising to find that the new Packard Bell netbooks are in fact re-branded Acer netbooks. Both the new netbooks will be headed to the European market.
On the inside, the specifications of the new Packard Bell Dot’s are pretty much identical to that of their Acer relatives, but there have been a number of external aesthetic changes. This includes a nice looking textured palm rest, a modified lip and a few silver highlights on the trackpads.
The Packard Bell DOT S will be available this week for 299 Euros, and the Packard Bell Dot M will be available next month (June) for 100 Euros more at 399.