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Acer Aspire 1- Photos

Images spotted with a configuration of 10.1-inch screen, 1.6GHz Intel Atom, 1GB RAM, 160GB HDD, and multitouch trackpad

Images of Acer Aspire One 103 were leaked on the web this weekend. Sporting a 10.1-inch screen, Aspire One 103 is powered by the 1.6GHz Intel Atom N270 and features a multitouch trackpad, as Jkkmobile reports.

The featured multitouch trackpad would be a novel feature in 10-inch form factor netbooks. The Aspire One 103 features a 1GB RAM (single slot), a 160GB HDD and Bluetooth, WiFi, and optional 3G as connectivity options. Thanks to the back doors at the bottom panel, RAMs/HDDs can be easily inserted or removed.

The Aspire One 103 will be pre-loaded with Windows XP; let s hope that Acer offers the Linux option unlike other netbook manufacturers. This 10-inch netbook also integrates a webcam and a SDHC card reader. There is nothing novel to the netbook except the multitouch track pad. This device can be expected to compete with others on the grounds of price.

Netbooks with the 10-inch form are slowly going mainstream with Asus Eee PC 1000, Dell Adamo, Samsung NC10, and others. There was no official announcement from Acer, but Aspire One 103 can be expected in February.

  1. February 4, 2009 at 9:30 AM

    I didn’t want to spend this much money but am very glad I did. I love everything about the Samsung netbook. It’s the right size and weight to carry everywhere, and has long battery life, a great picture and a keyboard that feels good to the touch (better than my Dell Inspiron laptop). Overall it’s more sturdy than I expected, and it’s beautiful to look at, too. Lately I’ve been hooking it up to my TV to watch streaming video on the big screen, and that works well. I’m using it much more than I thought I would. My only complaint is that the AC adapter is a bit bulky.


  2. February 4, 2009 at 3:54 PM

    The Samsung NC10 is a bit more expensive than its rival, the Acer Aspire One. Even though a cursory glance shows that they have the same features.

    The Features that made this a better buy than the Acer Aspire One:
    1. The 10.2 inch screen. the 1024×600 resolution seems to perfectly match the screen, graphics do not seem crammed inside the screen.
    2. The Keyboard. While most people shout from the rooftops about the full size right shift, I am left handed, so that did not matter. The keys are a pleasure to type on, springy enough to avoid tiring your hands.
    3. Bluetooth. Tether to your favorite phone and hit the road with 3G/EVDO goodness.
    4. Finally, the Battery LIFE! It is amazing, thanks to Samsung’s Battery monitor. I played CounterStrike 1.6 for 4.5 hours straight before getting bored. Doing late night homework, I started at 5, and at 12 I still had 22% or about an hour and then some remaining. As I typed this, I have 82% remaining, 5:45 min relative time.

    Review Samsung NC10 Netbook

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