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Review Packard Bell EasyNote TE11HC-32328G50Mnks Notebook

Florian Wimmer, 04/14/2013

Newcomer - social climber? Is it just another cheap entry-level notebook from Packard Bell or does it really deliver quality for a low price? We scrutinize the EasyNote TE11HC-32328G50Mnks.

Im Test: Packard Bell EasyNote TE11HC-323

For the original German review, see here.

EasyNote TS, TE, or TV? At first glance the notebook series of Packard Bell are not clearly categorized. Our test sample belongs to the EasyNote TE series. These models either feature AMD-E, Intel Celeron, Pentium, or Core i3 processors and address users who look for a cheap notebook and do not demand much performance. Our test model currently costs 450 Euros (~$587).

The EasyNote TE11HC-32328G50Mnks features an Intel Core i3-2328M and is the fastest model of the series to date. Furthermore, it comes with a discrete entry-level graphics card, Nvidia's GeForce GT620M8 GB RAM and a 500 GB hard drive.

The competition of cheap 15.6-inch entry-level models is abundant: For example, Packard Bell's parent company, Acer, offer the Aspire E1-571G and Asus the K53TK with AMD processor. HP's Pavilion g6-2200sg is slightly more expensive, but only equipped with an Intel Pentium CPU. The HP Pavilion Sleekbook 15's slim design is striking. Learn how well the Packard Bell EasyNote TE11HC-323 competes.

Case

Packard Bell's EasyNote TE11HC-323 and Acer's Aspire E1-571G obviously stem from the same group: Apart from the logo the cases are identical. We liked the Acer Aspire E1-571G's stability and build quality in relation to the price. Only the keyboard gives under pressure. Overall, the same is true for the Packard Bell. However, the lid is not linked that seamlessly with the front of the display. Instead the edges are clearly palpable. In addition, the display does not appear to be very stable. It can be clearly twisted and pressure against the outer lid becomes visible on the screen.

The keyboard also slightly yields under pressure, and looks compact. Unfortunately, the glossy palm rests and the lid are fingerprint magnets.

Connectivity

The Packard Bell TE11HC-323 delivers the same interfaces as its brother from the parent company. It is disadvantageous that it lacks USB 3.0 ports and the interfaces are in the front areas of the case. Furthermore, the HDMI port and a USB port are very close together. So, big USB connectors can hamper connecting the monitor cable. Again, we appreciate that the card reader supports many formats.

Front side: card reader (xD, SD, MMC, Memory Stick, Memory Stick PRO)
Front side: card reader (xD, SD, MMC, Memory Stick, Memory Stick PRO)
Left side: power-in, LAN, VGA, HDMI, USB 2.0, audio jacks
Left side: power-in, LAN, VGA, HDMI, USB 2.0, audio jacks
Right side: 2x USB 2.0, Kensington Lock
Right side: 2x USB 2.0, Kensington Lock

Input Devices

Keyboard

Even more expensive 15.6-inch laptops sometimes lack a number block as it leaves less space for the rest of the keyboard. Packard Bell's TE11HC-323 features a dedicated number block and even hotkeys for volume control and Social Media Hub.

However, the keys are very cramped and not notably separated everywhere. The stroke is very hard and the key travel longer than usual. As the keyboard gives in many areas, typing feels spongy and cheap.

Touchpad

As in the Acer Aspire E1-571G, the touchpad is significantly moved to the left. We like the clearly separated scroll area and the multi-touch gestures supported by the touchpad. The good gliding traits and the decent feedback of the buttons are further pros. The travel of the buttons is not too long. However, the single bar buttons give, so leave a cheap experience.

Keyboard
Keybaord
Touchpad
Touchpad

Display

Wie wir testen - Display

The Packard Bell EasyNote TE11HC-323's TN-LED display stems from LG and features a resolution of 1366x768 pixels. The display appears to be very useful for everyday usage: Colors look crisp and the distribution of brightness rather even. However, the reflections on the glossy monitor are distracting in bright rooms and outdoors.

228
cd/m²
211
cd/m²
190
cd/m²
235
cd/m²
230
cd/m²
204
cd/m²
225
cd/m²
204
cd/m²
193
cd/m²
Distribution of brightness
Information
X-Rite i1Pro 2
Maximum: 235 cd/m²
Average: 213.3 cd/m²
Brightness Distribution: 81 %
Center on Battery: 230 cd/m²
Black: 0.36 cd/m²
Contrast: 639:1

You can find the results of the our monitor analysis with CalMAN software and the colorimeter below. In general, all the colors significantly deviate from their ideal value in the sRGB reference spectrum. Only yellow tones are displayed as they should be. Furthermore, the display has, just as many other TN-LED models, a blue tint. Gray levels deviate too, only black and white are accurate.

Color accuracy
Color accuracy
Gray levels
Gray levels
Saturation
Saturation
Packard Bell EasyNote TE11HC-323 vs. sRGB
Packard Bell EasyNote TE11HC-323 vs. sRGB
Packard Bell EasyNote TE11HC-323 vs. Adobe RGB
Packard Bell EasyNote TE11HC-323 vs. Adobe RGB

The good black value of 0.36 cd/m² gives deep black and the contrast of 639:1 is high compared to similarly expensive notebooks.

However, the test model cannot cover our reference color spectra. It can only top it in yellow tones. This is only important for professional applications and does not limit everyday use.

Outdoors (cloudy day)
Outdoors (cloudy day)

While the average brightness of 213.3 cd/m² is very good for this category, it does not suffice for outshining heavy reflections on the glossy display outdoors. With the Packard Bell EasyNote TE11HC-323, you'll need to work in the shade or inside.

Viewing angles: Packard Bell EasyNote TE 11HC-32328G50Mnks
Viewing angles: Packard Bell EasyNote TE 11HC-32328G50Mnks

Usually TN-LED displays do not feature wide viewing angles and our test sample does not perform better here: While the viewing angles are fine in horizontal direction, colors very quickly distort along the vertical axis.

Performance

As already mentioned above Packard Bell's low-priced EasyNote TE-Series is designed for everyday tasks rather than for demanding users or gamers. At least the system features an Intel Core i3-2328M with 2.2 GHz, which is faster than some of the competitors' processors. Furthermore, our test model comes with 8,192 MB RAM on two 4,096 MB modules in dual channel mode.

Our test model even comes with a dedicated graphics card: Graphical tasks either run on the GeForce GT 620M from Nvidia or the Intel HD Graphics 3000 integrated in the CPU. Thanks to Nvidia Optimus the dedicated graphics card is automatically turned on and off without flickering for saving energy or delivering high performance.

Systeminfo CPUZ CPU
Systeminfo CPUZ Cache
Systeminfo GPUZ
Systeminfo GPUZ
Systeminfo HDTune
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System information: Packard Bell EasyNote TE 11HC-32328G50Mnks

Processor

The Core i3-2328M is based on Intel's Sandy Bridge architecture, features two cores and can run up to four threads simultaneously. However, unlike Core i5 and Core i7 models it does not support Turbo Boost. The processor constantly clocks at 2.2 GHz on mains, but the base clock falls to about 800 MHz on battery. This is even true under load as long as the energy saving profile is selected. With the high performance profile, the processors runs at 2.1 GHz, but its full potential is only available on mains.

The CPU can outperform many AMD processors, which are up to 50% slower, e.g. the Asus K53TK's. Acer's Aspire E1-571G also features a Core i3. As it clocks slightly faster, it performs better in our comparisons.

Cinebench R11.5 - CPU Multi 64Bit (sort by value)
Packard Bell EasyNote TE11HC-32328G50Mnks
2.01 Points ∼11%
Asus K53TK-SX114V
1.07 Points ∼6% -47%
HP Pavilion Sleekbook 15z-b000
1.23 Points ∼7% -39%
HP Pavilion g6-2200sg
1.84 Points ∼10% -8%
Acer Aspire E1-571G-3114G50Mnks
2.3 Points ∼13% +14%

Legend

 
Packard Bell EasyNote TE11HC-32328G50Mnks Intel Core i3-2328M, NVIDIA GeForce GT 620M, Hitachi Travelstar Z5K500 HTS545050A7E380
 
Asus K53TK-SX114V AMD A4-3305M, AMD Radeon HD 7670M, WDC Scorpio Blue WD3200BPVT-80JJ5T0
 
HP Pavilion Sleekbook 15z-b000 AMD A8-4555M, AMD Radeon HD 7600G, Hitachi Travelstar Z5K500 HTS545050A7E380
 
HP Pavilion g6-2200sg Intel Pentium B980, AMD Radeon HD 7670M, Hitachi Travelstar Z5K500 HTS545050A7E380
 
Acer Aspire E1-571G-3114G50Mnks Intel Core i3-3110M, NVIDIA GeForce GT 620M, Toshiba MQ01ABD050
Cinebench R10 Rendering Single 32Bit
2764
Cinebench R10 Rendering Multiple CPUs 32Bit
6098
Cinebench R10 Shading 32Bit
4848
Cinebench R10 Rendering Single CPUs 64Bit
3414 Points
Cinebench R10 Rendering Multiple CPUs 64Bit
7398 Points
Cinebench R10 Shading 64Bit
1959 Points
Cinebench R11.5 CPU Single 64Bit
0.84 Points
Cinebench R11.5 CPU Multi 64Bit
2.01 Points
Cinebench R11.5 OpenGL 64Bit
13.44 fps
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System Performance

PCMark 7 examines the overall system performance and the interaction of the components. The Packard Bell EasyNote TE11HC-323 is on par with other Core i3 notebooks. Directly compared with similarly expensive competitors, the results are similar to the processor's: Devices with AMD processors are significantly slower and Acer's Aspire E1-571G is a little bit faster. However, the hard drive performance plays an important role here too.

PCMark 7 - Score (sort by value)
Packard Bell EasyNote TE11HC-32328G50Mnks
GeForce GT 620M, 2328M, Hitachi Travelstar Z5K500 HTS545050A7E380
1999 Points ∼30%
Asus K53TK-SX114V
Radeon HD 7670M, A4-3305M, WDC Scorpio Blue WD3200BPVT-80JJ5T0
1292 Points ∼20% -35%
HP Pavilion Sleekbook 15z-b000
Radeon HD 7600G, A8-4555M, Hitachi Travelstar Z5K500 HTS545050A7E380
1505 Points ∼23% -25%
HP Pavilion g6-2200sg
Radeon HD 7670M, B980, Hitachi Travelstar Z5K500 HTS545050A7E380
1723 Points ∼26% -14%
Acer Aspire E1-571G-3114G50Mnks
GeForce GT 620M, 3110M, Toshiba MQ01ABD050
2382 Points ∼36% +19%
5.7
Windows 8 Experience Index
Processor
Calculations per second
6.6
Memory (RAM)
Memory operations per second
7.3
Graphics
Desktop performance for Windows Aero
5.7
Gaming graphics
3D business and gaming graphics
6.4
Primary hard disk
Disk data transfer rate
5.9
PC Mark
PCMark 71999 points
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Storage Devices

The hard drive comes from Hitachi, has a capacity of 500 GB and runs at 5,400 rpm. In the HD Tune benchmark it achieves an average throughput of 72.3 MB/s and belongs to the slowest storage media in our database: Only the hard drive in the Asus K53TK is even slower. The access time of 21.1 ms is rather high too. Launching apps might appear sluggish under Windows 8.

Hitachi Travelstar Z5K500 HTS545050A7E380
Transfer Rate Minimum: 7.8 MB/s
Transfer Rate Maximum: 101.3 MB/s
Transfer Rate Average: 72.3 MB/s
Access Time: 21.1 ms
Burst Rate: 133.2 MB/s
CPU Usage: 2.9 %
PCMark 7 - System Storage (sort by value)
Packard Bell EasyNote TE11HC-32328G50Mnks
GeForce GT 620M, 2328M, Hitachi Travelstar Z5K500 HTS545050A7E380
1358 Points ∼19%
Asus K53TK-SX114V
Radeon HD 7670M, A4-3305M, WDC Scorpio Blue WD3200BPVT-80JJ5T0
1463 Points ∼21% +8%
HP Pavilion g6-2200sg
Radeon HD 7670M, B980, Hitachi Travelstar Z5K500 HTS545050A7E380
1392 Points ∼20% +3%
Acer Aspire E1-571G-3114G50Mnks
GeForce GT 620M, 3110M, Toshiba MQ01ABD050
1500 Points ∼21% +10%

Graphics Card

As already mentioned above, Packard Bell's notebook come with two graphics cards, which are automatically switched by means of Nvidia Optimus. While the dedicated GeForce GT 620M from Nvidia is an entry-level model which delivers sufficient performance for light gaming, the Intel HD Graphics 3000 is more responsible for everyday tasks, but saves energy. The Intel GPU constantly clocks at 650 MHz, but the GeForce can adapt the clock rate to the current work load.  In low load scenarios the GeForce GT620M is completely turned off to save energy. If more performance is demanded, it can overclock from the base clock of 625 MHz to 715 MHz. But this only works in mains operation. On battery, the clock rate is limited to a maximum of 625 MHz.

3DMark 11 proves that the dedicated GeForce GT 620M is significantly faster than integrated GPUs. Depending on the CPU, the AMD Radeon HD 7670M outperforms the Packard Bell EasyNote TE11HC-323's graphics performance to a smaller or greater extent. E.g., HP's Pavilion g6-2200sg is 18% faster.

3DMark 11 - 1280x720 Performance (sort by value)
Packard Bell EasyNote TE11HC-32328G50Mnks
GeForce GT 620M, 2328M, Hitachi Travelstar Z5K500 HTS545050A7E380
1046 Points ∼6%
Toshiba Satellite P845T-S4310
HD Graphics 4000, 3317U, Toshiba MK7575GSX
640 Points ∼4% -39%
HP Pavilion Sleekbook 15z-b000
Radeon HD 7600G, A8-4555M, Hitachi Travelstar Z5K500 HTS545050A7E380
670 Points ∼4% -36%
Asus K53TK-SX114V
Radeon HD 7670M, A4-3305M, WDC Scorpio Blue WD3200BPVT-80JJ5T0
1040 Points ∼6% -1%
HP Pavilion g6-2200sg
Radeon HD 7670M, B980, Hitachi Travelstar Z5K500 HTS545050A7E380
1233 Points ∼7% +18%
3D Mark
3DMark 06
 1280x1024
8273 points
3DMark 111046 points
3DMark Ice Storm45476 points
3DMark Cloud Gate3908 points
3DMark Fire Strike697 points
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Gaming Performance

Many current games run on Packard Bell's EasyNote TE11HC-323 with heavily reduced resolution and minimum details. Graphically less demanding games like Diablo 3 also run smoothly with higher details and native resolution of the display. Many competitors, e.g., the Asus K53TK or the Pavilion g6-2200sg, can accomplish this too.

Nevertheless, we would recommend spending a little more money on a powerful multimedia notebook, for example Dell's Inspiron 15R SE, if you want to play more frequently. The gaming experience particularly of future game releases will be simply better. Detailed gaming tests of the GeForce GT620M are available here.

low med.high ultra
Mass Effect 3 (2012) 4831fps
Diablo III (2012) 864936fps
Dishonored (2012) 503631fps

Emissions

System Noise

While idle the Packard Bell EasyNote TE11HC-323 is silent. The fan does not even run at low load. Once the notebook is stressed the system noise increases to an average of 34.5 dB, which is still hardly audible. The DVD drive is only slightly louder during video playback. 35.2 dB will hardly spoil the video experience.

Noise Level

Idle 30.1 / 30.1 / 30.1 dB(A)
HDD 31.1 dB(A)
DVD 35.2 / dB(A)
Load 34.5 / 38.6 dB(A)
 
    30 dB
silent
40 dB
audible
50 dB
loud
 
min: , med: , max:    Voltcraft sl-320 (15 cm distance)

Temperature

Stress test
Stress test

Our test system performs well in the stress test (Prime 95 and Furmark run simultaneously for an hour). In the 3DMark06 run immediately afterwards it achieves 8,061 points, which is hardly slower than in cold state. The CPU temperature hovers around 75 °C under full load. As the temperatures are significantly lower during everyday tasks this does not pose a problem. The GPU temperature of 68 °C is a little bit lower and uncritical: Only continuous operation at temperatures above 70 °C, might shorten the life of a chip.

Using the Packard Bell EasyNote TE11HC-323 on the lap should not pose a problem as long as you do not operate the notebook at its limits. While idle, the temperature increases to a lukewarm maximum of 34 °C on the bottom side. The power adapter is also sufficiently dimensioned and stays, at 39.6 °C, exemplarily cool under lengthy full load.

Max. Load
 40.5 °C36 °C28.3 °C 
 38.8 °C38.8 °C28 °C 
 31.5 °C35.9 °C30 °C 
Maximum: 40.5 °C
Average: 34.2 °C
25.7 °C32.2 °C47.2 °C
27 °C31.6 °C40.7 °C
27.1 °C29 °C32.3 °C
Maximum: 47.2 °C
Average: 32.5 °C
Power Supply (max.)  39.6 °C | Room Temperature 22 °C | Voltcraft IR-360

Speakers

Do you like music or enjoy watching videos? If so, buying decent speakers or headphones is strongly recommended. The sound of the built-in speakers is rather thin and some tones are clearly distorted. The sound without basses suffices for occasional video telephony or giving a piece of music a quick listen to. But music fans really won't be happy.

Energy Management

Power Consumption

Overall, the Packard Bell TE11HC-323 is faster than several competitors. Does it also demand more energy? In some of our measurements it performs even better than its competitors, e.g. while idle. Upon increasing load on the components, the energy consumption rises too. At average load, the power consumption of 52.1 Watt is higher than the competitors'. So, a mixed picture emerges here.

Power Consumption

Off / Standby 0.1 / 0.4 Watt
Idle 8.7 / 11.4 / 11.9 Watt
Load 52.1 / 61.2 Watt
 
Key: min: , med: , max:         Voltcraft VC 940

Battery life

In battery life, the Packard Bell achieves passable results: You can surf the internet via WLAN for 3.5 hours on a single charge. However, it is disappointing that the competition can reach longer runtimes with smaller batteries. Acer's Aspire E1-571G achieves 4:27 hours with a 44 Wh battery.

The DVD runtime of 3:09 minutes is typical for this category. All things considered, there are better products on the market if battery life is the most important aspect: e.g. the Asus K53TK.

Battery Runtime
Idle (without WLAN, min brightness)
5h 56min
WiFi Surfing
3h 36min
DVD
3h 9min
Load (maximum brightness)
2h 33min


Verdict

Packard Bell EasyNote TE11HC-323
Packard Bell EasyNote TE11HC-323

If you do not want to spend much money on a notebook and are aware that you won't get a unibody case and high-performance components for a low price, you can safely consider the Packard Bell EasyNote TE11HC-323. It has a simple, yet decently built case and delivers the usual performance of its category, while waste heat and system noise stay low.

This is definitely not the right notebook for you if you demand a long battery life, as the Packard Bell's is only mid-range. The keyboard is also not a highlight, but you can work with it. In connectivity, we would wish for USB 3.0 and Bluetooth.

The performance is better than many similarly expensive competitors'. HP's Pavilion g6-2200sg offers the best keyboard and a better performance for the same price. The Pavilion Sleekbook 15 features a slim and light case and better connectivity, but no gaming power. Asus' K53TK scores points with a decent battery life, but could be faster. Acer's Aspire E1-571G uses the same case and delivers similar connectivity, but its build quality is better in detail. Which notebook you finally go for, depends on your personal needs. Anyway, with its high performance, the Packard Bell EasyNote TE11HC-323 performs well in its category.

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Specifications

Packard Bell EasyNote TE11HC-32328G50Mnks

:: Processor
:: Mainboard
Intel HM77 (Panther Point)
:: Memory
8192 MB, DDR3 SDRAM dual channel
:: Graphics adapter
NVIDIA GeForce GT 620M - 1024 MB, Core: 625 MHz, Nvidia Optimus mit Intel HD Graphics 3000
:: Display
15.6 inch 16:9, 1366x768 pixel, LG Display LP 156WH4 TLN2, TN LED, glossy: yes
:: Harddisk
Hitachi Travelstar Z5K500 HTS545050A7E380, 500 GB 5400 rpm
:: Soundcard
Intel Panther Point PCH - High Definition Audio Controller
:: Connections
3 USB 2.0, 1 VGA, 1 HDMI, 1 Kensington Lock, Audio Connections: 3.5mm headphones, mic, Card Reader: xD, SD, MMC, Memory Stick, Memory Stick PRO,
:: Networking
Broadcom NetLink BCM57785 PCI-E Gigabit Ethernet Controller (10/100/1000MBit), Atheros AR5B125 Wireless Network Adapter (b g n )
:: Optical drive
Matshita DVD-RAM UJ8C2
:: Size
height x width x depth (in mm): 36 x 382 x 256
:: Weight
2.5 kg Power Supply: 0.462 kg
:: Battery
48 Wh Lithium-Ion, 4400 mAh, 6 cells
Battery runtime (according to manufacturer): 270 h
:: Price
449 Euro
:: Operating System
Microsoft Windows 8 64 Bit
:: Additional features
Webcam: 0,9 Megapixel Webcam (1.134 × 756), Speakers: stereo speakers, Keyboard Light: no, 24 Months Warranty

 

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Packard Bell is well known for cheap notebooks.
Packard Bell is rather known for cheap notebooks.
...and even some games in reduced details.
...and even the one or other game in reduced details.
The system does not get hot and stays rather silent.
The system does not get hot and stays rather silent.
We like the big 8 GB RAM capacity ...
We like the big 8 GB RAM capacity, ...
...behind a hatch fixed with two screws.
...behind a hatch fixed with two screws.
You'll also find the hard drive...
You'll also find the hard drive...
...and even the WLAN module there.
...and even the WLAN module there.
USB 3.0 is not available. In this aspect many competitors perform better.
USB 3.0 is not available. In this aspect many competitors perform better.
The speakers do not sound good.
The speakers do not sound good.
The webcam's resolution of 0.9 MP is very low and suffices for just video telephony at best.
The web cam's resolution of 0.9 MP is very low and suffices video telephony at best.
All things considered, the Packard Bell is a decent entry-level notebook.
All considered, the Packard Bell is a decent entry-level notebook.
So, the notebook is ready for most applications...
So, the notebook is ready for most applications...
... and a graphics card from Nvidia work inside.
... and a graphics card from Nvidia work inside.
A mid-range processor from Intel...
A mid-range processor from Intel...
With a retail price of 450 Euros (~$587), the EasyNote TE11HC-323 is indeed low-priced.
with a retail price of 450 Euro, the EasyNote TE11HC-323 is indeed low-priced.
Design and build quality are simple, but okay.
Design and build quality are simple, but okay.
A lot of glossy plastic is not only used inside.
A lot of glossy plastics is not only used inside.
Matte keyboard, nearly overcrowded with hotkeys:
Matte keyboard, nearly overcrowded with hotkeys:
Multimedia keys, brightness settings ...
Multimedia keys, brightness settings, ...
... help, WLAN and screen switch are standard.
... help, WLAN and screen switch are standard.
Dedicated Social Media buttons...
Dedicated Social-Media buttons...
... and volume control are actually appreciated.
... and volume control are actually appreciated.
But Euro and Dollar keys, which limit the size of the double-functioned arrow keys, are too much.
But Euro and Dollar keys, which limit the size the double-functioned arrow keys, are too much.
The touchpad can convince, although its buttons appear cheap.
The touchpad can convince, although its buttons appear cheap.
This is mainly due to the relatively high system performance.
This is mainly due to the relatively high system performance.

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Pro

+quiet and cool
+relatively good performance
+decent touchpad
+big RAM capacity
 

Cons

-no USB 3.0
-overcrowded, pressure-sensitive keyboard
-plain design and workmanship
-poor sound of the speakers

Shortcut

What we like

Decent performance for money ratio.

What we would like to see

Even cheap notebooks should feature USB 3.0 nowadays.

What surprises us

How many unusual hotkeys Packard Bell used for the keyboard.

The competition

Acer Aspire E1-571G, HP Pavilion g6-2200sg, HP Pavilion Sleekbook 15, Asus K53TK, Dell Inspiron 15R.

Rating

Packard Bell EasyNote TE11HC-32328G50Mnks
04/06/2013 v3
Florian Wimmer

Chassis
80%
Keyboard
60%
Pointing Device
82%
Connectivity
58%
Weight
81%
Battery
86%
Display
73%
Games Performance
78%
Application Performance
89%
Temperature
83%
Noise
93%
Add Points
70%
Average
78%
78%
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Author: Florian Wimmer, 2013-04-14 (Update: 2013-06- 6)