The Acer Aspire one is not an usual mini notebook computer. It features the technologies that power 15-inch laptops to be powerful enough to allow you surf the web at any time, watch movies on the go, chat with friends and perform lots of other everyday tasks.
Now Acer introduced the latest version of the popular mini notebook computer, featuring a 10.1-inch CrystalBrite backlit display and being available in the United States at an affordable price of $349.99.
The new 3-pound Acer Aspire One AOD150 is powered by the Intel Atom processor and is equipped also with a 6-cell battery for 6 hours of continuous operating time, Windows XP Home operating system, 160GB hard drive, Wi-Fi G connectivity, the Acer Crystal Eye web camera, microphone, and 1GB of system memory.
You can recognize it easily after the high-glossy finish and the available colors – seashell white, sapphire blue, ruby red and diamond black.
“The success of the Aspire One netbook illustrates the enormous demand consumers have for mobile devices that keep them connected,” said Sumit Agnihotry, vice president of product management for Acer America. “The new 10.1-inch Aspire One has something for everyone, whether a business user continuously on-the-go, a young student needing an introductory PC, or tech aficionado seeking a lightweight, secondary device with enduring battery power. Netbooks are an ideal solution for those who want a balance of mobility and productivity for quick and easy access to the Internet and other computing needs.”