Today Packard Bell announced that they will soon be releasing the Acer supplied EasyNote Butterfly. It’s just a bit too large to qualify as a netbook, measuring in at 13.4-inches and it features a LED-backlit display. Some other specs include an Intel Ultra Low Voltage processor, a multitouch trackpad and ATI Mobility Radeon HD4330 graphics.
Some optional features include 3G and a choice between a standard hard drive or a solid-state drive. It should be pretty useful with eight-hours of battery life. No word on when exactly it will be released or how much it will cost, but it looks like this will be for Europe.
Unless this Butterfly decides it’s a North American species down the road.