Parent company Acer recently announced it had repositioned Packard Bell right at the budget end of the market, so what can the EasyNote TV offer at a low price?
Acer will be moving away from the lower end of the laptop market, with its Packard Bell brand increasingly offering up the cheaper products.
Can the new Packard Bell OneTwo L combine the power of a desktop computer with a slim form, to win us over to all-in-one PCs?
The Packard Bell EasyNote range might not be as well known as Dell's Inspiron or HP's Pavilion brands, but it has established itself as a home for mid-level laptops at budget-level prices.
Packard Bell has unveiled its slimmest ever all-in-one PC, a revamped PB oneTwo that is 65 per cent slimmer than its predecessor.