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Acer to launch Aspire One Pro series of netbooks

Written by IT News on 10:54 PM

Acer Aspire One 731Acer said that it is reported to plan a major expansion of its Netbook line with the addition of a couple of new models, in addition to the 11.6-inch model which has recently arisen on the Internet. PC vendor has plans to add at least two other models Netbook which will form part of the company, the new Aspire One Netbook Pro systems.

Unlike the leaked 11.6-inch model, these two new, dubbed Aspire One Pro Aspire One 731 and Pro 531, boasts a 10-inch display and will be available along with the latest addition to the different netbooks, the Acer Aspire One D150.

According to available data, the new Aspire One Pro 731 boasts an Atom Z530 processor, running at 1.6GHz, 1GB RAM and 160GB hard drive. The system is said to measure 284 x 198 x 26 mm and weighs 1.25kg, packaged with a standard battery, allowing approximately 4 hours of battery life, although they can be upgraded to 8 hours with an extended battery. Overall, the specifications on the Aspire One Pro 731 are the same as most 10-inch netbooks on the market.

In addition to the new Aspire One Pro 11.6 inch model and a Pro 731, Acer is also planning to present Netbook Aspire One 531, which will sport a 10.2-inch slim design and HSPA 3G connection. There is little information on this point, including pricing and availability, but these new netbooks are expected to be available in the near future.

Acer led Netbook market with the launch of the Netbook, first Aspire One. But according to the information available, the PC vendors are seeking a different strategy with the launch of several new models, based on the same or similar technical configuration.

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