New series of Acer Aspire One Netbooks rumored

4 January 2009 By Ankit Duseja

A year ago, Acer brand was backed by the launch of its Aspire series netbooks. It was losing its image in the notebook market before the netbook trend arrived and at the perfect timing Acer took a smart move launching its Aspire One series. Today the Aspire series is very popular among the netbook world. The company now understands the strategy of “Keep making new models, to stay alive in the market”. And following it Acer is about to launch the new Acer Aspire netbooks.acer-one-newThe new aspire one will be available in three colors – namely red, black and white. It packs up a new 10.1-inch LED-backlit screen but at the same resolution which its predecessors had (i.e. 1024×600). I think it will be funny to say that it is also powered by Intel Atom 1.6Ghz processor, as there is no good alternative for netbooks today. Previous aspire owners were annoyed with side mouse buttons around the track pad and Acer understood this timely and have now placed them below the track pad as seen on most common notebooks in the upcoming model.The memory expansion slot have been replaced with a typical SD card reader. It also has option for 3G and Bluetooth 2.0 + EDR. Ports include 3 x USB 2.0, Ethernet, VGA out, Audio output, Mic input and also includes Wi-Fi. It will sport a regular HDD and there is no information available for SSD upgrades yet. If you are planning to take this as your new netbook, then you will have to wait till February 2009 but netebooks with similar configuration are already available in the market from other manufacturers.

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Mayur says:

Just wondering…..who the hell buys hcl laptops??I dont even know why the hell they even have them.No wonder they are facing loss after loss every quarter.So much for core competency.

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