Acer Aspire One Pro

Tuesday, March 31, 2009

I am stunned, and you want to know why? OK, I'll tell you, it's no secret - ASUS seems to be losing its supremacy in the netbook market, that's why! According to some sources, Acer already got a higher market share, and now it seems they're struggling to have even more netbook models available than ASUS. If this is a smart thing to do or not, it remains to be seen, but the Acer Aspire One Pro isn't one of those products that shouldn't have been, if you ask me because it seems Acer is going to come up with a very interesting concept - the Linux-based business netbook! I know some of these don't really seem to fit, but since we're talking about an Acer Aspire One Pro, the name should say it all. Oh, yeah, it doesn't really say anything about the OS, to be honest, so let's check that out, shall we?

Detailed photos show there's no Windows key on it, but a Home key, so things should be obvious now - no Microsoft land here! Anyway, I am sure a Windows version of the model will also become available, but it's good to see it all starts with the penguin!

At last, you should know there's no word about pricing and availability just yet, but it seems the Acer Aspire One Pro will be available in both HDD and SSD setups, while the reinforced hinges, the carbon fiber bar and chrome elements, despite looking great, will also have some impact on the price.

As long as it doesn't go above $500-$600, I think the Acer Aspire One Pro will find its followers. What do you say, how much would you pay to get one?


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