Packard Bell has unveiled an white colour scheme for its notebooks. Three existing Packard Bell notebooks, EasyNote BG, MB and SB, will be available in sparkling white with intense colour highlights.

The new look was developed by Packard Bell’s Paris-based design studio to appeal to design-conscious, tech chic notebook user. Based in the world’s fashion capital and under the leadership of design manager Adrien Camp, the Packard Bell Studio was inspired by the Peclers Trend Books.
“Our research showed that white continues to be the colour of choice for ‘tech-chic’ buyers, but that they wanted to add a dash of personality using intense colour highlights. We’re seeing similar colour combinations on fashion show runways around the world,” says Adrien Camp, design manager at Packard Bell.
“We chose lime green, sunny orange and dark chocolate as the highlights – three of this season’s hottest colours. And the white is no ordinary white.  Its sparkle gives it a striking visual texture.”
All three computers are powered by Intel Core 2 Duo processors and come with built-in WiFi, webcams and BlueTooth. They have a 160Gb hard disk drive, 2048Mb DDR2 memory and 4 USB 2.0 ports. Software includes: Windows Vista Ultimate, Office One suite.