The Acer Aspire One D150 with a 10 inch display is set to go on sale in the US sometime in the next week or two, and the FCC has released a series of documents related to the second generation netbook from Acer. You can find a ton of photos of the computer’s exterior and interior (with a few closeups of the mainboard, hard drive, WiFi, and Bluetooth modules), in the second page of this article.

Acer has also made the computer’s quick start guide available, which pretty much confirms what we already knew. The Acer Aspire One D150 will hve WiFi, Bluetooth, a multi-format card reader, a VGA port, Ethernet Jack, and 3 USB ports. It also looks like there’s a RAM access panel for easy upgrades, although Acer doesn’t really emphasize that.

via Netbook3G


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