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Packard Bell EasyNote TN65




Basic Specs Packard Bell EasyNote TN65

Type:
notebook
Operating System:
Win Vista Home Premium

Processor Packard Bell EasyNote TN65

Processor:
Core 2 Duo 2000 MHz
Processor Model:
P7350
Number of Cores:
2
L2 cache:
3 MB
The system bus:
1066

Memory Packard Bell EasyNote TN65

Memory:
3072 MB DDR2
Number of Total Memory Slots:
2

Display Packard Bell EasyNote TN65

Display:
15.6-inch, 1366x768, widescreen
Graphics Controller:
discrete
Graphics Chipset Model:
ATI Mobility Radeon HD 3430
Graphics Memory:
256 MB

Storage Devices Packard Bell EasyNote TN65

Optical Drive Type:
DVD-RW, internal
Storage Size:
320 GB

Communication Packard Bell EasyNote TN65

LAN/Modem:
Network 10/100 Mbit/s
Wireless Communication:
bluetooth, Wi-Fi 802.11g
Interfaces:
USB 2.0x4, DVI, HDMI, LAN (RJ-45)

Expansion slots Packard Bell EasyNote TN65

ExpressCard slot:
Yes
Memory Card Reader:
Yes
Memory Card Support:
MS, SD

Battery Packard Bell EasyNote TN65

Battery Capacity:
4800 mAh
Battery Chemistry:
Li-Ion

Input Devices Packard Bell EasyNote TN65

Pointing Device Type:
Touchpad

Audio Packard Bell EasyNote TN65

Speakers:
Yes

Detailed Specs Packard Bell EasyNote TN65

Webcam:
Yes
Dimensions (HxWxT):
380x235x39.1 mm
Weight:
2.9 kg





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