The E series starts with 11-inch models, and moves through 14-inch and 15-inch screens.

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Models are available with Intel or AMD processors, with or without discrete graphics cards, and in a wide variety of bold colors

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A $299 -and-up non-touch 11-inch is called the E 11, with Pentium and Celeron processors.

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Add a touch screen and it's called the V 11, for about $60 more.

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