Sunday, 14 March 2010

Acer Aspire One 532 Netbook Breaks Cover Aspire One 532 to Run on Atom N450 Pine Trail CPUs

Netbooks have come a long way to become what they are today and by the
looks of it, next year's CES Show in Las Vegas is going to swarmed with
lots of new models. What's even more interesting though, leading chip
makers have identified the big potential in the ultraportable market and
have perfected their processors for more power and less energy consumption.
Speaking of improved computing, check out Acer's Aspire One 532 netbook
that has been spied in the company's driver database as a new netbook
model running on Intel's brand new graphics-friendly Atom N450 CPU that
is based on the new-generation Pine Trail platform. Featuring a
10.1-inch LED-backlit WSVGA display with 1280 x 720 pixels, the Aspire
One 532 should be delivered with Intel's GMA 3150 graphics, 1GB of RAM
and a 160GB hard drive, along with and Ethernet port and Wireless
connectivity.
Priced at 299 Euros (some $440 dollars), when shipped, the Acer Aspire
One 532 is supposedly running Windows 7 Starter and should pack a 5-in-1
card reader, a 0.3 megapixel camera, 3x USB ports and VGA out.
Looks more powerful, but still affordable, isn't it?
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