Acer Aspire One 532G – the first netbook on the Ion2 platform (video)

Acer demonstrated at the Mobile World Congress 2010 the first netbook, which works on the new generation of Nvidia Ion 2, called Acer Aspire One 532G. The new netbook from this series is based on the Intel Atom N450 processor with a clock frequency of 1.66 GHz and the NVIDIA GeForce graphics with a memory of 512 MB, which, according to the manufacturer, is enough to watch a high -resolution video as 1080r, as well as play onlinegames. Aspire One 532G is equipped with a 10-inch display with LED backlight. The weight of the netbook is about 1 kg, and the thickness of the case is approximately 25 mm. On board there is a Wi-Fi wireless communication module and HDMI port, it is optionally possible to install the 3G module. The declared battery battery life is up to 10 hours. Netbook will be available in three color performances: blue, red and silver. It is expected that Acer Aspire One 532G will go on sale at the end of this quarter. More information about the new netbook will appear closer to its official issue, which will take place in early March.

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