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Thursday, 05 February 2009 15:39

Acer's new 10-inch Aspire listed in Europe

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D150 for €399, available in a few weeks

 

Acer's new 10-inch Aspire One D150 netbook has been listed in Europe, and the list price currently stands at €399.

There's only one SKU, and some retailers expect to have it in stock in early March. The D150 got a new CPU, the 1.66GHz N280 on a faster FSB, a 6-cell battery, and obviously a 10.1-inch 1024x600 screen.

It's priced slightly higher than some other 10-inch netbooks, but it's the only one to feature the new CPU. Although the original Aspire One is the best selling netbook at the moment, reports have recently surfaced that Acer will kill it of later this year and focus solely on the 10-inch D150 instead.

You can find the listings here.

 

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