Friday, January 23, 2009

Acer goes official with 10 inch Aspire One

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" At a little more than one kilo (1.18 kg), the new 10” Aspire One combines style, great features and a new form factor to provide the best combination of ultra-portability and maximum screen size for navigation and data input.

Designed for an optimal web browsing experience and Internet productivity, the 10” Aspire One includes a 10.1” WSVGA LED backlit display with a resolution of 1024x600 pixels that offers a broader vision for more convenient navigation. Integrated on top of the screen is the unique Acer Crystal Eye webcam optimized for poorly lit environments, a tiny window, tastefully encircled by a mirror rim, that keeps you connected to the world though live video streaming, video chats and conferences.

The 10” Aspire One comes with 802.11b/g WiFi and Acer Signal Up technology built-in as standard for easy access to available wireless networks. In addition is equipped with Bluetooth and can also be specified with a choice of embedded WiMAX or 3G wireless technologies for unlimited connectivity.

The 10” Aspire One meets Energy Star 4.0 requirements and can be equipped with a 6-cell Li-ion battery pack. With incredibly low idle power consumption, the 10” Aspire One guarantees up to 7 hours battery life for maximum fun. The battery indicator, placed on the front side is immediately recognizable even when the netbook is folded.

The 10” Aspire One is equipped with an Intel® Atom™ processor, Mobile Intel® 945GSE Express Chipset or Mobile Intel® 82801GBM Chipset and can be equipped with up to 2 GB of DDR memory for an enhanced user experience. Notwithstanding the small size, the 10” Aspire One features a large 160 GB internal hard drive. In addition the 10” Aspire One features a multi-in-one card reader for absolute data freedom.

The Aspire One comes with Windows XP® Home operating system "

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Acer Press Release

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Anonymous said...

Sounds like yet another 10" netbook. Still no resolution or wireless n upgrade; large battery mentioned like what seems an optional feature and... well, it's exactly like almost every other netbook. Inferior to the Eee 901 (Go) that is! :)

Anonymous said...

I was hoped for that netbook... just that I wanted it whit Linux... :'(

Now I'm looking for the HP mini 2140, yes with Linux

Anonymous said...

Looks like the Dell

Anonymous said...

gm Linux!

Anonymous said...

Watch the HP MINI 2100s they love to get hot. You can install Linux on any of the netbooks with a usb drive or cd/dvd. same goes for windows from linux.

Anonymous said...

it will at least be a little different, the highend model has the Atom N280 (1.66ghz) & GN40 chipset.

320GB & 6-cell standard as well. looks pretty slick in this pic.

Anonymous said...

“Acer plans Linux, SSD version of 10-inch netbook”
Acer has confirmed it plans to release a Linux version of its 10-inch Aspire One netbook, even though its initial announcement of the upcoming machine said it would be Windows XP-only.,1000000091,39605993,00.htm

Anonymous said...

they could of easily put a larger keyboard, and a bigger track pad on that thing! Also could of added another inch to the screen display...

Unknown said...

I have one and its cooler than a ibm lap top.
Its fast so I can play limited gaming.

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