Acer Aspire One 751

Wednesday, May 20, 2009

Acer Aspire One seems to be getting even more popular than the ASUS Eee PC, but I don't have any market share and accurate sales numbers to prove it. In fact, this was just as a personal thought based on what I see in stores and what I hear when I talk to my guys working in retail chains selling both of them. Now, it seems the Acer Aspire One 751 produced some fresh news, despite the fact it's not released yet... although we talked about it already, if I think well, and it seems the Acer Aspire One sporting a 11.6-inch display should be around already. These being said, you probably wonder where's the missing link of the chain, right? Well, just as it happened with other products from Acer or other companies, the thing has been officially released, had its pricing announced, but the specs and release date weren't published at the same time.

I know, the description above doesn't actually match what I know to be "a release," but let's take a look at the info that popped out at the end of last week, shall we?

When we heard about the 11.6-inch Aspire One, it didn't have a name. Now, it has - it's Acer Aspire One 751, and more than just a name, here's what you can find inside it(and not only inside):

- Intel 1.33GHz Atom Z520 CPU
- maximum of 2GB of RAM
- 1366x768 resolution, making it the largest netbook from Acer
- Bluetooth 2.0+EDR and triband UMTS/HSPA 3G are being offered as options
- 1-inch thickness
- Windows XP Home as standard, with Vista Home Basic also available(hooray, Windows XP is not dead!)
- 5.1 channel audio via compatible Dolby headphones
- three USB ports, a VGA output and an Ethernet jack
- 4 hours battery life using the 3-cell default one, and 8 hours with a optional 6-cell power unit
- available in red, white, blue or black

I don't know what you think, but my guess is that the Acer Aspire One is getting dangerously close to standard notebooks, and I think its screen makes it the best choice for people who needed portability and battery life of a netbook, but also hated the tiny screens available.

One... in fact two more things you need to know are, as usual, availability and price. For now, we know only that the Acer Aspire One 751 should drop sometime in May, and the price for the base version should be around $520.


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