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Wednesday, 22 July 2009 13:20

Packard Bell Butterfly CULV coming to Europe

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500GB of storage and HD4330 for €650


Acer is
letting some of its henchmen have a go at CULV as well, and Packard Bell's 13-inch Butterfly S FC should appear on European shelves in amatter of days.

The cute 13-incher was showcased back in April, and we think it looks pretty good on the outside, but under the bonnet it's a even more impressive. We're looking at a SU3500 CPU, 4GB of memory and 500GB of storage, as well as HD4330 discrete graphics with HDMI.

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These specs are rather impressive, as most CULV 13-inchers feature Intel's IGP and a lot less storage. It weighs 1.8kg, making it one of the heavier CULVs out there, and the manufacturer is promising battery life of around 8 hours.

The best thing about it, however, is the price tag. At €650 it's a very nice deal, sadly it's limited to the European market, and Americans will have to make do with Timelines or Travelmates.
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