We get that sometimes rights holders just want to keep a well known brand alive, but continually resurrecting Packard Bell—one of the least respected names in the computer industry later on—is a move something more akin to marketing seppuku. The zombie brand from hell makes its latest return with the Vibe 300, a 6GB audio device going for way above market value at €229 (about $275 US), but featuring, to its credit, a 1.8-inch color screen, USB On-The-Go 2.0, and an SD/MMC slot. Just thought you might like to know.
Packard Bell, back yet again with the Vibe 300
Ryan Block|July 14, 2005 12:40 PM