Size clearly does matter for Acer with launch of Aspire One 751

Posted on May 4 2009 - 8:45pm by Richard Sharp

acer-aspire-one-751Acer are launching a new and improved netbook Aspire One, model no 751and this version unusually sports a 11.6 inch screen, which is almost and inch and a half bigger than the largest screen netbook currently available. It is believed that the larger screen of the Acer Aspire One 751 has come about as a result of the widescreen aspect ration of 16:9, and clearly from a widescreen film perspective this can only help in providing a superior visual experience for the end user.

The new Acer Aspire One 751 should be available during May and is expected to retail at about £349, and for that price tag you get and Intel Atom processor160GB Hard Drive, Mobile Intel US15W Express Chipset, Wi-Fi, option of Bluetooth and 3G connectivity, Pro Logic Dolby sound, multi card reader and WXGA LED backlit display.

This latest version of the Acer Aspire One is able to provide in excess of eight hours of battery life if the largers 6 cell batter pack is chosen. If the standard battery is opted for then the Acer Aspire One 751 will still deliver a very respectable 5 hours of battery life.

Acer, the electronic company based in Taiwan seems intent on cornering the netbook and notebook market and in fact is the third largest PC supplier and is the number two netbook supplier in the world. Acer are very keen to knock HP off the top spot and have actually made this aim their modus operandi and with the launch of not only the Acer Aspire One 751as well as three new ‘Timeline’ laptops, it would seem a very good prospect that their plans may well be brought to fruition.

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