Acer shows off multimedia netbook

CeBIT 2010: Lightweight device sports 3D display
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CeBIT 2010: Lightweight device sports 3D display

Acer has launched a new multimedia netbook, which comes complete with integrated 3D graphics.

The Aspire One 752 is just 22mm thick and weighs around 1.4kg. Available in black, red, white or blue, the device sports an 11.6-inch HD LED display and Dolby-optimised audio.

The device also features an HDMI port, integrated 3D graphics and an inbuilt webcam.

The full-size FineTip keyboard has wide keys for increased comfort, while the multi-gesture touchpad allows the user to scroll, flip pages and zoom in or out.

The hard disk holds up to 320 GB, while a built-in card reader provides the user with additional memory options.

With low energy consumption, the Aspire One 752 can last up to 5 hours on one battery charge.



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