Acer have just announced another new 11.6-Inch netbook to their lineup. The new Acer Aspire One 725 builds on the very impressive and best selling Aspire One 722 (read my review here).
While the netbook market has been quiet of late, Acer shows us they haven’t quit the market, and are producing the best netbooks to date.
Much like the latest versions of the 722, the Acer AO725 makes use of AMD’s C-60 CPU paired with the AMD Radeon HD 6290 graphics.
While Acer and most other manufactures are now concentrating on ultrabooks rather than netbooks, the upcoming Acer Aspire One V5 11.6-inch laptop has more in common with a netbook than an ultrabook.
The recently announced Aspire V3 and v5 series models will be coming our way shortly. The V3 series models will be available in 14, 15.6 and 17.3-inch sizes, while the V5 series will be available in 14-inch 15-inch and most importantly to us, an 11.6-inch model.
This 11.6-inch model is thought be be known as the Acer Aspire One V5, rather than the Acer Aspire V5 11.6-inch, linking it to the Aspire One series of netbooks.
Acer have just pushed out a press release ahead of CES 2012, announcing that their Tegra 2 tablet computer, the Acer Iconia Tab A200 will go on sale in the U.S from January 15th from the very attractive price of $329.
The 10-inch Acer Tab A200 has a 1280 x 800 pixel display and is powered by the 1GHz Nvidia Tegra 2 dual core processor. While the tablet will initially start to ship on the 15th running Google Android 3.2 Honey comb, tech heads won’t have to worry about being behind the game, as Acer has already said that they will offer a free upgrade to Android 4.0 Ice Cream Sandwich for the Acer A200.
It looks like a little more information on the upcoming Acer Iconica Tab A700 is coming our way very soon. According to a Russian website Acer are going to bring the Acer Tab A700 with them to this years CES and officially announce it to the world.
We have heard about the Acer A700 for a while now, but this is the first time we have gotten some real specifications on the A700, along with a number of photos. While the Iconica Tab A200 is a 10.1-inch model powered by the NVIDIA’s 1GHz Tegra 2 processor, the A700 makes use of the more powerful Tegra 3 hardware.
If the rumors are true, it looks like Acer could be the first manufacturer to offer a larger 15-inch Ultrabook at a price lower than $1000, much lower.
Reliable source DigiTimes are reporting that after successful sales of their 11-inch and 13-inch ultrabooks they are now going to release a larger 15-inch ultrabook. If we are lucky we will see this 15-inch Acer Ultrabook announced at CES 2012 which is just week away now.
Netbooks have evolved quite someway since they were first introduced. Starting out with small low resolution screen, and seriously under powered, they have slowly become larger and more powerful.
While the most common form factor for a netbook is still 10.1-inches with a 1024 x 600 pixel resolution, many people find this size a little too cramped and limiting.
When Acer first introduced their 11.6-inch Aspire One AO722 netbook, it was an immediate hit, and it has constantly grown in popularity to become the proud owner of the number one spot.
The Acer Aspire One AO722 is currently one of the best selling netbooks on the market today. And it is easily the best budget 11.6-inch netbook by a long way.
The popular Acer Aspire One AO722 has recently been given a power boost and is now available with the more powerful AMD C-60 APU rather than the C-50.
While the C-60 has the same clock speed as the C-50 (1GHz) the C-60 offers a short Turbo core overclocking to 1.33GHz.
The Acer Aspire S3 Ultrabook is one of the most impressive notebooks / ultrabooks to come our way recently, and we have just received official word that the Asus S3 has just revived a powerboost upgrade how packing the Intel Core i7 processor.
A new tablet from Acer looks to be heading our way shortly. The Acer Iconia Tab A200 has just broke radar cover over on the FCC website confirming its existence.
The FCC report doesn’t provide us with a whole lot of information apart from letting us know it exists and a few basic specifications on the device.
The Acer Aspire 3951 Ultrabook has been leaked by the means of a hands on from HDBlog (Now removed).
The Acer 3951 is the first ultrabook from Acer, and is expected to be available in a few months for around $799. The 13.3-inch thin and light laptop slots itself into the new “Ultrabook” category which Intel announced back in May this year.
With either a 128GB SSD, or a 250GB / 500GB hard drive the Acer Aspire 3951 ultrabook covers all areas.