While the Acer AO521 has yet to be officially announced by Acer, but reliable source Macles have a number of photos of the netbook, along with a lot of details.
The Acer Aspire AO521 has a new design and a large chrome plated logo on the lid.
It makes use of the AMD V105 1.2GHz processor with 512KB L2 cache and DDR3 support, from the “Nile” platform, which has a 9W TDP.
It also features an integrated ATI Mobility Radeon HD 4225 graphics with 384MB dedicated memory, along with an HDMI output, so HD 1080p video shouldn’t be a problem with this netbook.
The battery life is quoted at roughly 7 hours, and comes with a new light and compact power adapter called MiniGo, which also features interchangeable plugs. Great for someone who travels a lot with their netbook.
Finally there is also mention of optional Bluetooth 3.0+HS support.
Update: The Acer AO521 is now available from Amazon for just $349!