Pocket Link writes Packard Bell has introduced two new netbooks; the 10.1" dot s and 11.6" dot m.
The initial dot s netbook features the AMD Athlon L1110 processor, a version based on the Atom will follow later. The dot s on the other hand features the Intel Atom N280.
The 11.6-inch model, the dot m, is built on the Acer Aspire One 751 chassis, instantly recognisable by the keyboard and hinges. The specs are similar too, but offers differentiation in the form of the AMD Athlon L1110, up to 2GB RAM, 320GB hard drive, and all the normal trimmings.
The dot m also comes with Bluetooth and the promise of integrated 3G and Windows Vista, although the sample we saw today was running XP. The dot m should be available in July costing £349.
The dot s, with the 10.1-inch screen, supplants the old dot models that never made it to the UK. Sporting the normal netbook specs of Intel Atom N280 processor, 1GB RAM and 160GB hard drive. As with most netbooks, the dot s will ship with Windows XP.