Packard Bell will be rolling out the iMax mini that will be powered by a potent combo of the Intel Atom N230 processor and the NVIDIA ION platform that ought to get your portable graphics worries sorted out. In addition, you will also benefit from 2GB RAM, a 250GB hard drive, half a dozen USB 2.0 ports, HDMI and VGA connectivity. Interestingly enough, the iMax mini will be accompanied by a gaming that might make it go up against the Nintendo Wii, although we think that part of its functionality won’t make a dent in Nintendo’s armor. Depending on the configuration of your choice, prices start from £249 upwards.
Filed in packard bell.. Read more about