Packard Bell outs AMD-packing dot m/a netbook

Following on from the recently announced dot s and dot m, Packard Bell has outed another addition to its steadily growing netbook range.The dot m/a is

The dot m/a is being touted as the first netbook with AMD ultra-thin technology, and packs an 11.6-inch display, multi-gesture touchpad, and Wi-fi and 3G connectivities.

The m/a will also come with the netbook spec favourites of 160GB hard drive and 1GB RAM, but will support up to 320GB HDD and 2GB of RAM and run Windows Vista OS.

Users will be able to choose between a 3- and 6-cell battery, the former meaning it'll weigh in at around 1.25kg.

The dot m/a will be available in July from £349 in a choice of black or black and red design. Keep it locked to soon, and check out our netbook Top 10 to see how it holds up against the competition.