Skype is a little program offering unlimited voice and video communication for free between the users of Skype software. And as skype network has grown, so has its popularity and service. Skype and Packard Bell, a leading home PC brands in Europe announced the launch of the world’s first notebook computer to feature a one-touch Skype calling button.
“The Skype calling button is located next to the integrated webcam on the upper bevel of the 14-inch widescreen display. By pressing the button the user can answer incoming calls or open the Skype application to make a call. The notebook was also designed to be optimized with Intel dual-core processors. The EasyNote Skype Edition features built-in broadband and wireless connectivity, and an original Packard Bell design. Pre-loaded Skype software and the Skype button are just a couple of the many features available on this innovative notebook.”
The Packard Bell EasyNote Skype Edition will be available in European retail outlets from August, starting at an estimated street price of €899.