Vi venter stadig i spænding på en af de mest lovende mininotes, Acer Aspire One.
Maskinen skulle komme til landet i løbet af ganske kort tid, men indtil da må vi nøjes med, hvad vi kan finde i udlandet.
Acer Aspire One har en Intel Atom 1,6 GHz CPU, 512MB DDR2-RAM, 8GB SSD-disk og 8,9 tommer skærm og kører Linux Linpus.
Vi har fundet et par anmeldelser af maskinen.
TrustedReviews.com skriver i deres ret positive anmeldelse bl.a.:
If you want the cheapest 8.9in netbook out there with the second-best keyboard, the Acer Aspire One is currently the one to go for – though the Asus Eee PC 901 offers better value if your budget stretches further. However, if the 120GB HDD, 1GB RAM version of the One becomes available with a six-cell battery, at a price that still undercuts the Eee, Asus will have a serious battle on its hands. The future possibility to upgrade to 3G/HSDPA, if it becomes reality, is also a strong selling point, meaning the Aspire might yet become the One to rule them all.
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Bit-Tech.net har også haft fingrene i Acer-maskinen, og mener bl.a.:
The Acer Aspire One though? Which has the same resolution, connectivity, battery life and a keyboard to be proud of (and which is just downright better than the Eee)? £235 – £300 depending on your configuration, which is quite a saving. That cash would buy you a very nice laptop bag and a USB stick with plenty of capacity – though be warned that Linpus is a bit fiddly when it comes to copying files. You’ll need to always make sure you disconnect your devices safely, which nobody ever does (or is it just me?), or the files don’t actually copy.
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