Even while tablets are gradually taking over the market, Acer seems to be oblivious to the developments as the company has once again updated its netbook series with the Acer Aspire One 725. It comes drenched in shades of volcanic black and Caribbean blue and employs the AMD APU Fusion technology to render improved visuals.
This stylish device packs advanced technologies into its glossy chassis to deliver an enhanced multimedia experience complete with high definition image projection while gaming or watching movies and videos. The soft palm-rest splashed with the shade that’s on the outer cover, features a matte finish and is resistant to fingerprints and palm smudges. The portable netbook measures not more than an inch in thickness and can be carried in a handbag or backpack. It tips the scale merely at 1.2kg.
The 11.6-inch Acer CineCrystal LED backlit display with HD resolution and a 16:9 aspect ratio graces the inner panel of the mini laptop. The device’s content can easily be viewed on a big screen HDTV or a monitor with a little assistance from the HDMI connector. The Acer HD CrystalEye webcam teams up with Acer Video Conference Manager to facilitate capturing photos, making video calls as well as sharing documents, pictures and more.
Its AMD APU Fusion technology tags along the AMD C processor and AMD Radeon HD 6290 graphics for multitasking properties as well as improved image processing capabilities. Additionally, users can probably expect fast online video streaming, smooth web browsing and support for most demanding applications from this netbook.
The Acer Aspire One 725 release date and price are yet to be announced.