Acer Aspire D250 with high resolution display

In case you haven’t looked at your calendar in a while, October 22nd is next week. I know, I was kind of shocked too, but there it is. And that means that Windows 7 will be available to the general public a week from Thursday. And along with the latest version of Windows we can expect a whole slew of new computers to hit the shelves, as well as minor updates to existing PCs.

Acer has announced it’s taking the latter route with its current flagship netbook, the Acer Aspire One D250. Starting on the 22nd, it ill be available with Windows 7 and a new high resolution 1280 x 720 pixel display. It will also have a 1.66GHz Intel Atom N280 processor, 2GB of RAM, a 160GB hard drie, and a choice of a 3.5 hour or 7.5 our battery.

The netbook will ship with Windows 7 Starter Edition and it will be available in Japan for ¥46,800 or about $520 US. Odds are it’ll be significantly cheaper in the US, although it’s not entirely clear whether it will ship in the US on the same day.

via PC World and Akhibara News

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4 replies on “Acer Aspire D250 with Windows 7, HD screen coming next week”

  1. Second the above.

    Four months later and still waiting.

    Anyone know when these will arrive in Europe?

  2. Hi,
    Does anyone know when these 1280×720 10.1″ netbooks are hitting Europe?

  3. 10″ with 720p resolution *is* interesting.

    I wonder if that resolution will be easier to drive video (especially Flash) to than 1366×768?

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