Aspire One, Acer America’s netbook will be available with dropped prices from today. The internet-centric product will be now available at $349 for Windows XP Home version, $329 for Linpus Linux Lite version and $399 for Windows XP powered 160GB hard drive version meant for business and education.
Lightest at less than 3 pounds, 2.17 pounds to be precise, the entry level Aspire One is aimed at school students and the price comes just in time of the back-to-school season in US. The netbook has been made ultra-light which also makes it ultra-portable, the on-the-go tech savvy enthusiasts and professionals can also make it their secondary computing device, while students can use it as their ‘first PC’ that comes at a very affordable price.
Powered with the Intel Atom processor, 1GB of installed RAM, 120GB of internal hard drive and a three-cell battery, the Aspire One AOA150-1570 with Widows XP Home allows users to do tasks like Web browsing, checking email, listening to music, instant messaging, viewing photos, VOIP calls and streaming video efficiently at a price of $349 only.
The Aspire one AOA110-1722 powered by Linpus Linux Lite is priced at $329.
Aspire one AOA150-1447 comes with six-cell battery, 160GB internal hard drive and Windows XP Home and is especially built for education customers and business professionals who are always on the move as it features a long-lasting power battery. The price of AOA150-1447 starts at $399 and is available at Acer authorized resellers.