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Packard Bell Easynote TS11-HR-036

alaTest has collected and analyzed 1112 reviews of Packard Bell Easynote TS11-HR-036. The average rating for this product is 4.2/5, compared to an average rating of 4.0/5 for other products in the same category for all reviews. People really like the price and design. The portability and usability also get good feedback. The connectivity and sound get critical views, while reviews about the touchpad and screen are mixed.

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We analyzed user and expert ratings, product age and more factors. Compared to other products in the same category the Packard Bell Easynote TS11-HR-036 is awarded an overall alaScore™ of 87/100 = Very good quality.

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alaTest has collected and analyzed 80 user reviews of Packard Bell Easynote TS11-HR-036 from The average user rating for this product is 4.0/5, compared to an average user rating of 4.0/5 for other products in the same category on Reviews about the design and portability are generally positive. The price and usability are also appreciated, but comments about the durability and reliability are different. There are some less positive views about the screen.

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84% of the reviews on give this product a positive rating.

Oct, 2020

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Review Packard Bell EasyNote TK85-JN-105GE Notebook


Two year old hardware! Even though Intel is about to release the third generation Ivy Bridge Core i3 processors, Packard Bell has released a laptop packing Arrandale parts from a couple of generations back. The laptop comes with the more modern GT 610M...

Convenient large buttons, No power reduction in battery mode, Good running duration values ​​when surfing the web, Full version of Photoshop Elements, The good runtimes ​​for a product in this price range and the very useful input devices

No ExpressCard 34/54, No USB 3.0 or eSATA, Poor viewing angles, CPU throttling at full load, High temperatures, Slow hard disk drive, A better screen and the fast USB 3.0 standard that is available on almost all the latest models available today

Sep, 2012

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Review Packard Bell EasyNote LK11-BZ-080GE Notebook


17 inch netbook? A 17 incher in a wooden case that only costs just under EUR 500? Something is wrong here. The wooden texture is actually plastic and AMD's E-450 netbook processor is inside.

Creative design, Good stereo speakers, Adequate battery life, Low temperature development, Stylish looks in a low budget device

Weak CPU, Reflective screen, Poor screen brightness, No USB 3.0, No Bluetooth, Simple but useful things, such as Bluetooth and USB 3.0

May, 2012

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Review Packard Bell EasyNote TS11 Notebook


Power package. Packard Bell offers the EasyNote TS11 at an attractive price. A quad core chip from Intel's latest processor generation (Sandy Bridge) and an Nvidia GeForce GT540M graphics card are onboard.

Solid case, Good keyboard, Cutting edge quad core processor, Strong graphics, USB 3.0, Good battery runtimes (except for load), Good value for money ratio, The fusion of a strong processor and graphics card at a very attractive price

Battery life in load is very short, Display's poor contrast, A matt display would make the EasyNote TS11 to a perfect all round laptop

Apr, 2011

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Review Packard Bell dot SE (N550) Netbook


A teen's dream. The Packard Bell dot SE netbook is a 10 inch netbook with an Intel Atom N550 dual core CPU that shows itself in sassy pink. The well-known Aspire One chassis from the Taiwanese mother company Acer builds the basis for this device. A toy...

Adequate office performance, Low total weight, Quiet cooling system, Good battery runtimes, Low power consumption, The good battery life and consumption rates as well as the netbook's low total weight

Poor connectivity, Adverse expandability, Poor display (glare), Workmanship (hinges), Small scope of delivery, Air accumulation during load, The practical power adapter with exchangeable plugs from Acer and a better, matt 10.1 inch display

Apr, 2011

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Review Packard Bell EasyNote LS11 Notebook (Radeon HD 6650M)


All round carefree package. Packard Bell has an interesting multimedia device available named EasyNote LS11. A Sandy Bridge processor and a Radeon HD 6650M graphics card are to appeal to users with a variety of interests. If this strategy is successful...

Great multimedia performance, Good value for money ratio, Moderate noise development, In particular, the excellent value for money ratio and the low noise emissions

Low contrast & highly reflective display, Unfavorably placed ports, Poor connectivity, No graphics switching, A larger scope of connections and a higher quality display

Mar, 2011

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Review Packard Bell EasyNote LX86 Notebook


Chic multi-talent. Packard Bell is skilled at offering notebooks with an excellent price-performance ratio. The 17" EasyNote LX98 represents the best proof of that; after all, it's not every day that you find a Radeon HD 5850 and a Blue-ray burner for...

Moderate noise development, Outstanding touchpad, Very long battery life, Switchable graphics, Blu-ray burner, Chic design, Good performance, The noise development is never too high, even under load.  Further positives are the integrated Blu-Ray burner...

Weakly contrasted display with poor viewing angles, Inconvenient interface arrangement, Limited connection equipment, Modest case stability, Spongy keyboard, Above all a better-contrasting display with better viewing angles. More generous connection...

Dec, 2010

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Review Packard Bell EasyNote Butterfly S 520UM Subnotebook


Graceful. But not fragile. That's our verdict on the slim but very sturdy aluminium chassis of this 13.3-inch subnotebook. We also have no complaints about the Core i5 hardware with Nvidia Optimus. The battery life is the only thing that really...

Robust, high-quality base unit, Quiet and cool, Good performance for a subnotebook, The slim case, with its high-quality, smooth plastic base and cool aluminium cover. The whole thing is as hard as a board

Fairly poor battery life, Keyboard which flexes, Poor touchpad feedback, Not many ports, Screen is not matt

Sep, 2010

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Review Packard Bell Dot S2 Netbook


One of Many? The Dot s2 is the second netbook generation from Pac

Battery life of 5 to 8 hours; Bright display; Quiet & cool; Solid workmanship; Bluetooth module; Low weight

Reflective display; Contrast weak display

The Asus Eee PC 1005P, starting at about 270 euro and the Eee PC 1001P with Windows XP (249 euro) are up front in terms of price. A more expensive and also more striking alternative is the Eee PC 1008P Karim Rashid. The MSI Wind U135 is already to be...

Mar, 2010

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Packard Bell Dot S


The Packard Bell Dot S has a six-cell standard battery that just keeps on giving

Bland finish aside, this lightweight netbook offers competitive performance, a massive hard drive and attractive pricing.

Sep, 2011


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Packard Bell dot s2 netbook


One of the very few netbooks that doesnt look or feel cheap

Priced at AED 1,199, the Packard Bell DOT S2 is one of the best looking netbook’s that we’ve tested to date. It’s price is also pretty decent making it one of the most attractive netbooks in the market. If a netbook is what you’re looking for, the DOT...

Jun, 2010

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