Packard Bell, a member of Acer Group, is launching the iMax mini nettop PC, which is basically a rebadged Acer AspireRevo. Powered by an Intel Atom N230 processor and NVIDIA’s Ion graphics, the iMax mini has 2GB RAM and 250GB hard drive. It offers an HDMI, six USB 2.0 and a VGA ports. It will be have a starting price of GBP249.
Packard Bell is also releasing the dot m and dot s netbooks. The dot m, built on Aspire One 751 chassis, is boosted by AMD Athlon L1110, 2GB RAM and 320GB hard drive. It has a 11.6-inch display. dot s, instead, is powered by Atom N280, 1GB RAM and 160GB hard drive and has a 10.1-inch LCD screen. The dot s will come with integrated 3G support. The former will start at GBP349 and the latter at GBP249.