It looks like AT&T plans to begin offering Acer Aspire One netbooks with 10.1 inch displays starting on May 11th. The folks at Boy Genius Report got their hands on some training documents for Costco employees, which would seem to indicate that the netbooks will be available through the bix box retailer starting in just over a week. Customers will be able to purchase the netbooks from Costco and activate them for use on AT&T’s 3G wireless network (with the purchase of service contract).

The documents describe the netbook as an Acer Aspire One 10.1″, which I’m going to take to mean the Acer Aspire One D150 until someone proves me wrong.

The netbooks with integrated 3G modems will likely be available from AT&T retail stores, and other locations like Radio Shack, as well as Costco. No word on the pricing yet.

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