Acer Aspire One 532h Intel Atom N450 Netbook Now Available

Acer have launched their latest Intel Atom N450 processor netbook called the Acer Aspire One 532h. The new Aspire One runs a 1.66GHz Intel Atom N450 processor, has 1GB of DDR2 memory and for storage it has a 160GB SATA hard drive.

For connectivity the Aspire One netbook connects at 802.11b/g although no bluetooth is mentioned in the specs. The screen measures 10.1 inches and runs at a WSVGA resolution. The screen is backlit by LED and graphics are powered by the Intel GMA 3150 graphics chip.

The Acer 523h runs the Windows 7 Starter operating system and the 6-cell battery is good for keeping the netbook running for up to 8 hours on a single charge. Size wise the Aspire netbook measures 7.28 x 10.17 x 0.99 inches and it weighs just 2.76 pounds.

A final run down of specs shows that the device also has a multi-gesture touchpad allowing for pinching, flicking and swirling to navigate through photos or Google Earth for example. A webcam is built in allowing video calls on programs such as Skype. A digital microphone is also built in to the Aspire One 532h. The keyboard has 84 keys and measures 93% of a full size keyboard. A memory card reader can be found in the netbook that is compatible with SD, MMS, Memory Stick, Memory Stick Pro and xD memory cards. 3 USB ports can be found down the sides of the netbook along with a VGA output port.

Available now costing $299 (with a bizarre 99 cents saving).

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