Remember Acer Aspire One Happy – the rebranded version of Acer Aspire One D255 that comes with a 10.1″ display, a 1.5GHz Intel Atom N550 processor, a 1GB RAM and a 160GB hard drive? Well, word is that this colorful series of mini-laptops is now making its way into the United Kingdom.
According to reports, the device is set to be priced at £250 which is something close to the $400 mark in the US. The Acer Aspire One Happy laptop is expected to come with a dual-boot operating system that would include Windows 7 as well as Google Android 2.1. The device that goes on sale in UK is also expected to offer up to 250GB of storage and up to 2GB of internal memory. That’s definitely a lot. The computer is expected to come in four different colored lids – pink, purple, lime green and light blue.
Toshiba announced their Libretto W100 not so long ago and now we have Acerdeveloping a similar dual-screen laptop that has no physical keyboard. There is no word on the name, model number or specifications of this upcoming laptop. But from what the pictures reveal, the new Acer laptop will come with a touchscreen keyboard that will mimic a real physical keyboard. Apart from the fanciness that comes with such a device, I have no clue why such a device could actually be popular. Firstly, touchscreens are bad choices for media creation. Secondly, they are more expensive to manufacture than physical keyboards. Lastly, they are more prone to damage than physical keyboards. So, mark this as innovation for the sake of innovating.
At 15″, this device is no small thing. No word on the pricing or launch dates. Check out an image of the dual screen Acer laptop below.
Like the AOD255, the new Acer Aspire One Happy has a 10.1″ display and is powered by an 1.5GHz Intel Atom N550 processor. The device is equipped with a good 1GB DDR2 RAM and contains a 160GB hard drive storage. The operating system is Windows 7 Starter Edition.
To be clear, this is not the finalized specs and there are likely to be a few changes. Also, there is no word on the pricing and it is not known if the Acer Aspire One Happy will sell at the same $375 price point. Eitherway, check out the pictures below. You are bound to like it.
Acer has unveiled its latest Aspire One netbook that comes installed with two OS platforms – an Android as a quick-boot OS and another Windows 7 as the main operating system. The netbook is reportedly equipped with an ‘Acer Configuration Manager for Android‘ that will decide which OS to boot the computer with.
Even without the OS jugglery, the netbook is impressive. The device comes with a 10.1-inches display and is powered by an Intel Atom N450 processor. Applications run on an 1GB DDR2 DRAM and the device contains a storage space of close to 160GB. The base model comes with a 3-cell battery pack though another model with a 6-cell battery comes at an additional cost of $95.
The Acer Aspire One AOD255 netbook is retailing at a price of $375. Though the device is presently on sale at a Taiwan computer show, there is no word on when the device will formally launch outside.
If you are a gaming freak, you may have already been eyeing the new Acer Predator AG7750 gaming desktop that we had discussed not so long ago. The new Acer Predator comes with menacing exteriors and is powered by a 2.8GHz Intel Core i7 processor, a Nvidia GeForce GTX 470 graphics card and an DDR3 SDRAM with a whopping 12GB capacity. Storage is on the extreme too – at 1.5 Tera-bytes.
Now, if you are in the US, the device is priced at $1999. Now, Acer has announced that the gaming desktop is also being made available locally in Canada. Luckily for the frozen North Americans, the price is a tad cheaper at CAD 1799. That’s something around USD 1738.
The Acer Predator AG7750 gaming machine has already launched in Canada. Check out your local electronics retailers for availability and delivery dates.
A new series of LCD displays have been unveiled by Acer. The new Acer S1 LCD display comes with a dimension ranging between 18.5-inches and 23-inches and measures 13-mm to 15-mm in thickness.
There are four new models in this new S1 series and they offer a contrast ratio of 12,000,000 : 1 and come with a response time of 5ms. Acer claims that its new LCD displays are ecofriendly that is made possible by use of environment friendly materials and low power consumption.
The display is also compatible with ports for VGA, DVI with HDCP encryption that will allow viewers to watch HD videos. The 21 and 23 inches models also come with additional support for HDMI.
So how much will you need to pay for this? According to the company website, the Acer S1 LCD displays are priced between £119.99 and £169.99 for the various dimensions.
We now know that Acer’s new LumiRead 600 ebook reader is going to be out on the stores shortly. The device has just visited the FCC and has received the mandatory approval from the relevant authorities. Unfortunately though, there was no picture or user manual details offered which means it will be sometime before we can spill the tech specs out.
What we however know as of now is that Acer LumiRead eReader is not going to be equipped with 3G for the moment. The device that has made it through the FCC approval is a non-3G device that only works on Wi-Fi 802.11 b/g networks.
Another trivial piece of information that we currently know is that LumiRead shall be powered by 1460mAh Lithium-Ion batteries. The document notes that the device was received on May 7th and testing was completed by June 19th of this year. Get ready for the promos for the new device to begin shortly.
The new Acer TimelineX laptop is one of the better devices in the Timeline series from Acer. The device comes with some impressive features and technical specifications. Firstly, this is super thin and weighs just about 4.7 pounds. The laptop comes with a 14-inch screen with1366 x 768 resolution at a thickness of 1.1-inches.
Tech specs include a 2.26GHz Core i3-350M processor, a 4GB RAM and storage space of 320GB. The laptop is powered by a 66Wh six-cell battery that can last up to seven hours. Other features on the device include USB jack, HDMI, Ethernet, VGA, and mic and headphone sockets, DVD player and 3xUSB ports.
So how much does this cost? The laptop is tagged at a starting price of $717. Is the laptop worth the cost? According to Engadget, while the device is definitely worth the price and contains some really impressive features, the build quality can be termed average at best. But that’s how Acers have been and if you have used them before and are happy, there is no reason why you should hold back this time around.
Acer has removed the wraps on an attractive new desktop computer built specifically for the hardcore gamers out in the wild. The Acer Predator AG7750-U2222 wears a menacing look not only from the outside, but from the inside as well. The new desktop sports a super-powerful 12GB DDR3 SDRAM and contains the latest graphics cards from Nvidia.
Here is a lowdown of the most important technical specifications
Processor : 2.8GHz Core i7 930 CPU
GPU : Nvidia GeForce GTX 470 graphics card
Memory : 12GB DDR3 SDRAM
Storage : 1.5TB 7200rpm HDD
Slots for two additional 3D cards on motherboard
It’s not cheap. The Acer Predator AG7750 gaming desktop is tagged at a price of $1,999. But if you are a hardcore gamer, this is one desktop device you just wouldn’t want to miss.
Acer has unveiled its latest Android smartphone – the Acer Stream. The phone was noted to have paid a visit to the FCC earlier this week and while there is no information on the cost of the phone or the launch date, we believe the Stream to launch by summer.
Here are some important technical specifications
Platform : Android OS 2.1
Display : 3.7-inch WVGA AMOLED touchscreen
Processor : 1Ghz Qualcomm Snapdragon processor
Internal Memory : 512MB of RAM
Storage : 2GB with expandable microSD slot
Camera : 5 megapixel with 720p HD video recording
Connectivity : HSDPA, Bluetooth, Wi-Fi b/g/n