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Wednesday, 22 October 2008 12:00

3G Aspire One listed

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€499


We found
a listing of Acer's 3G-enabled Aspire One netbook, branded A150X-3G (now who saw that coming?).

Two SKUs seem to be on the way, differing only in storage capacity. The 120GB version is priced at €499, while the 160GB model costs €559. The latter seems overpriced, so take this number with a grain of salt, as it should end up significantly cheaper. Charging an extra €60 for 40GB of storage is something Apple would do, not Acer.

Even the €499 model is no bargain, but we hope Acer will team up with telcos and offer some cheaper bundles. The only major drawback is the 3-cell battery. A 6-cell version would make much more sense in a netbook with 3G support.

The 3G Aspire One should be available sometime in late November.

You can find the listings here and here.
Last modified on Thursday, 23 October 2008 03:01

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