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Acer Cuts Price of Aspire One Netbook

Acer America has lowered the price of the already inexpensive Aspire One netbook.

The Aspire One featuring Windows XP Home will now retail for $349 that’s just about Rs. 15,500, while the Aspire One with Linpus Linux Lite is priced at $329, that’s about Rs. 14,500.

At just 2.17 pounds, the Aspire One is designed to be an affordable, entry-level, “first PC” solution for students, as well as a secondary computing device for on-the-go tech savvy enthusiasts and professionals.

The Aspire One is equipped with Intel Atom processor, Windows XP Home, 1 GB of RAM memory installed, 120 GB internal hard drive, and a three-cell battery.

“The Aspire one is a breakthrough product that meets the connectivity needs of both students and mobile professionals,” said Kristin Markworth, senior manager of notebook product marketing for Acer America. “By increasing the value of our mobile Internet device lineup, Acer is opening the Aspire one experience to a whole new base of users.”

The Acer Aspire One netbook is available now via Acer’s authorized resellers and at major retailers in the US. All models come with a one-year limited warranty.

Let’s hope we see some of that price slash reflect here soon.

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