While the new 10″ Acer Aspire One D150 has not officially been released in the Philippines, a number of units have already crept in from Singapore and being sold in local PC stores.
Apparently, local PC distributor MSI-ECS has been shipping over dozens of the 10″ Acer Aspire One and sold for a retail price of Php23,900.
These are supposed to be the new N280 Atom CPUs but one of the units I checked out still had the old N270 in them. The retailers claim is was a discrepancy in the stock that they had.
The basic specs include – Intel Atom N280 1.66GHz, 1 GB RAM, 160GB HDD, WiFi 802.11b/g, Bluetooth, 10.1″ display @ 1024×600 pixels with Windows XP Home Basic. Unfortunately, the units didn’t have the reported WWAN/3G in them.
Will have the full review by next week.
nothing’s new, just a big screen. No spec upgrade
Yeah, what the difference of these netbook since the invention of laptop? I’m waiting for an affordable touch screen, window 7 ready netbook.
wow. it’s priced much lower than its existing 10″ netbook competitors. my eee pc900ha was being sold a few months ago for the same price. i wonder which one i would have chosen had they both been released at the same time.
Php. 23k is too much.. I can assemble my own laptop at higher specs than that.. Are they fake? or imitation? Sometimes distributors buy laptop casing and assemble it by themselves using different components.
boring netbook. what sets it apart from others?
this ones purely for Net,Documents and blogging right? It doesnt have a DVD drive in it so no movie watching here. :(
23,000 Php is a good price though (maybe it may go lower depending on competition and demand :D )
What the difference between this and the Acer One 103?