The Acer Aspire One is yet another netbook that attempts to fill the niche between handheld devices and full-sized notebook computers. Acer has the Aspire One priced to blow current models out of the water, with a $349 starting point for the Intel Atom-based Windows XP version. With other competing models priced closer to $500, is the Aspire One worth considering, or should one steer clear of this low-cost alternative? In this first look we cover all the basics, as well as give you a video tour.
Acer unveiled their all new "Gemstone Blue" series of multimedia notebooks earlier this year as part of a new design philosophy focused on giving customers "a true cinematic experience." With a new 16" LCD that provides a 16:9 screen ratio, impressive speakers with a massive subwoofer, and an innovative touch-sensitive media control panel, does the new Acer Aspire 6920 deliver? Our first look gives you a sample of what you can expect.
Acer is announcing U.S. availability of the Acer Aspire one, an ultra-lightweight mobile Internet device (mini notebook) with prices starting at just $379. The Aspire one provides easy-to-use access to the Internet in a stylish and ultra-compact platform. It's designed to be an affordable and simple solution for web browsing, checking email, instant messaging, VOIP calls, streaming video, viewing photos and listening to music.
A large number of new and unfamiliar notebook designs from Acer, HP, and Toshiba were on display at Computex Taipei 2008.
Acer today introduced the Aspire one, an entry into the netbook market. According to Acer it is "designed to deliver continuous Internet access no matter where you are", so long as you're in range of a wi-fi network that is.
As the pile-on continues to release sub-notebooks with a $400 price tag Acer and Dell are the latest to join the scrum. The Acer Aspire One will come with an Intel Atom 1.6GHz processor, the first of the group to get this new chip from Intel.
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