Packard Bell releases new mini-PC

imedia chassis is 60% smaller than a standard PC chassis

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Packard Bell releases new mini-PC Packard Bell has revealed its new mini PC, which is 60% smaller than an average PC.
By  Georgina Enzer Published  November 6, 2011

Packard Bell has launched its new compact imedia PC, which is 60% smaller than a standard PC chassis.

The imedia PC is designed to be cool-running and silent compared to larger PCs, and features top brand processors - up to Nvidia GeForce 530 with 2 GB VRAM and up to AMD Radeon 6570 with 1 GB VRAM - speedy DDR3 memory, and up to 2 TB hard disc drive. Graphic and visuals use the Nvidia GeForce or AMD Radeon graphics, supporting Microsoft DirectX 11, or built-in graphics. 

The PC comes with Adobe Photoshop Elements, an optional HDMI port, multimedia ports, a multi-in-1 card reader and a Super Multi DVD drive or a Blu-ray disc drive.

On selected models, Wi-Fi, wireless keyboard and mouse are also available, for maximum freedom from cables.

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