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GRADE A1 - Packard Bell 10.1 Inch Netbook - A1/LU.BA50D.001
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Are you looking to stay in touch with friends and family while you’re on the go? Then this Packard Bell netbook will suit you.

Ideal for students, mobile professionals and youngsters, its ultra-portable and as light as a feather. You can slip it in your bag and be on the go in an instant, without having to worry about it weighing you down.

It’s powered by an Intel Atom N280 processor and a speedy 1GB RAM, so it’s easily quick enough to run your office documents effectively and help you surf the web at speed. A 250GB hard drive offers more than enough room for all the files you’ll need on move, and with space to spare for songs and movies you’ll always be entertained.

Just because you’re getting mobile it doesn’t mean you have to settle for a small, cramped screen. This Packard Bell boasts a bright 10.1” LED screen, which alongside the Intel GMA graphics will give you portable movie perfection.

On top of all that it’s got some of the latest wireless technology and an integrated webcam, meaning friends, family and the web are never more than a few clicks away.

Have great entertainment at hand wherever you go on foot, with this Packard Bell netbook.

  • Screen size - 10.1 in
  • Processor - Atom - 1.66 GHz
  • RAM - 1 GB
  • Hard Drive - 250 GB
  • Operating System - Microsoft Windows 7 Home Starter (32-bit)
  • Optical Drive - None
  • Warranty - 3 months warranty
  • Other Product Codes for this item:
  • A-1/LU.BA50D.001
  • 1 LU.BA50D.001
  • A1 LU.BA50D.00
  • A1LU.BA50D.001
  • A1 LU.BA50D.0

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