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Acer's Aspire One netbook line just keeps growing, and now it's getting more colorful. Too often, notebooks are released in the same black plastic color, and occasionally, you'll find a red one, a blue one or a green one. But a pastel one? Not too often that you see that. The new Aspire One Happy range is for those who would prefer softer tones on their netbook, and while it's not marketed towards kids, it probably could be. The machine is available in the UK in Candy Pink, Lavender Purple, Lime Green and Hawaii Blue, and it has a 10.1" WSVGA display, Windows 7, Bluetooth, Wi-Fi, 2GB of RAM, a... Read more...
When we recently wrote up our "Best Of 2009" awards, we knew that those netbook recommendations wouldn't last long. We didn't have any idea they'd only last a few days, though. We had a feeling that the netbook arena would get a lot more interesting in 2010 compared to 2009, and sure enough, Acer is proving that notion right with its first major netbook upgrade in a long, long time. The Aspire One AO532h netbook is a huge step over prior versions thanks to the Intel Atom N450 processor within, which is the first from the company to ship with a Pineview CPU. We suspect that quite a few other netbook... Read more...
Acer's 8.9-inch Aspire One was perfectly suitable for those scouting one of the smallest netbooks on the market, but Acer realized that not everyone wants a machine that's small enough to slide into the average cargo pocket. To that end, the company is planning to release a 10-inch version in the not-too-distant future. We've learned that the 10-inch Aspire One will eventually arrive with Windows XP, a 160GB hard drive, a 1,024 x 600 resolution display, 1GB of RAM, a 1.6GHz Intel Atom processor and a three cell battery. According to ZDNet's UK branch, an Acer spokesperson has chimed in to add that... Read more...
Netbooks have taken the world by storm since their introduction in late 2007. This sub-notebook market has grown from the Asus Eee PC to multiple vendors and many models vying for superiority. Beginning with the Eee PC, many netbooks were characterized by their Linux Operating System, but Microsoft, quick to notice their growing popularity, resurrected Window XP and entered the battlefield. Even coming into the game late, Microsoft's decision seems to be paying off, according to the major netbook PC vendors.In Q3 2008 Acer released an 8.9" netbook, the Aspire One, and has since leaped... Read more...