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Packard Bell Easynote LM

Packard Bell EasyNote LM 17in laptop

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Gartner critical capabilities for enterprise endpoint backup

The Core i3-330M CPU that drives the laptop sits near the bottom of Intel’s latest processor line up. It’s a dual-core model running at 2.13GHz, but it doesn’t feature Intel’s clock speed-enhancing Turbo Boost technology – that’s reserved for the i5 and i7 chips.

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Packard Bell EasyNote LM

Longer bars are better

Packard Bell EasyNote LM

Longer bars are better

Battery Life Results

Packard Bell EasyNote LM

Battery life in minutes
Longer bars are better

Still, with 3GB of DDR3 memory, it trotted its way through the PCMark Vantage suite with an overall score of 4789. 3DMark Vantage turned its nose up at the EasyNote LM, but I did manage to get some old-fashioned 3DMark06 scores out of it – 1448 at 1280 x 800 and 1244 at the native 1600 x 900, to be precise

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