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Packard Bell Dot S2 - 10.1in Netbook
Packard Bell Dot S2 - 10.1in Netbook

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  • Packard Bell Dot S2 - 10.1in Netbook
  • Packard Bell Dot S2 - 10.1in Netbook
  • Packard Bell Dot S2 - 10.1in Netbook
  • Packard Bell Dot S2 - 10.1in Netbook
  • Packard Bell Dot S2 - 10.1in Netbook
  • Packard Bell Dot S2 - 10.1in Netbook
  • Packard Bell Dot S2 - 10.1in Netbook
  • Packard Bell Dot S2 - 10.1in Netbook
  • Packard Bell Dot S2 - 10.1in Netbook
  • Packard Bell Dot S2 - 10.1in Netbook

Ryan131

February 22, 2010, 5:42 am

Does the Xsync support Windows' Easy Transfer or are you forced to use the (usually rubbish) third-party bundled software?

Stewart

February 22, 2010, 12:33 pm

Hate these combined power transformers/plugs. They are much to bulky to be hanging out of an outlet. You sometimes can't plug anything in alongside them (because of their size) when they are plugged into a double outlet, and when you use them in less physically secure sockets (like a two pin european type one) the whole bulk thing can be pretty precarious (especially if used alongside a travel adaptor). Much prefer the size/weight to be sitting on the floor in the form of a power brick and have just the plug hanging off the socket.


The rotating thing in this netbooks power supply is quite clever though.

morsch

February 22, 2010, 6:23 pm

When I first saw the image I figured they had thrown in world-compatible replacement plugs. Now THAT would be nice. In fact since they've got a replaceable plug already it seems silly not to do it.

TechVegan

February 22, 2010, 10:58 pm

@Ryan:


It uses a third-party application which installs flawlessly off the stick without any effort on your part. It works well and offers an attractive interface.





@Stewart:


I know what you're saying and agree where previous combo plugs are concerned. But with this new system you can always orient the power brick so that you can plug something in next to it - I tried it in a double outlet with another (non-moddable) power brick.





@morsh:


I'm guessing they will sell compatible plugs for every socket type of any country where Acer/PB sells netbooks...

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