A few months ago Macles reported that Acer would be launching a version of the Aspire One 571 netbook with a high resolution 1280 x 720 pixel display. While I haven’t rally heard anything about that since, it looks like the Aspire One D250 is getting the HD screen treatment… at least in Norway.
Norwegian retailer PC Support is taking pre-orders for the Aspire One D250 with a 10.1 inch, 1280 x 720 pixel display. 1.66GHz Intel Atom N280 CPU, and all the rest of the usual netbook specs including a 160GB hard drive, 1GB of RAM, WiFi, and Windows XP Home. It also comes with a 6 cell battery. The netbook has an estimated ship date of July 30th.
According to Fudzilla, Acer plans to offer the netbook with a higher screen resolution worldwide. Have you spotted this configuration anywhere else? Let us know in the comments.
I was going to get my D250 here in Canada – and stopped right there when I heard of new, better resolution screen on it’s way.
Any idea of when it may comes to the canadian shores? And what store? THKS! I am in Montreal, QC..
Other question, (while I am on it). I liked the original SMALL & LIGHT netbooks with 8,9inch screens… Trully portable and pocketable. Any news on this front – or are they doomed? 10″ shall be the max here.
Hey, get back to the reasons why NETBOOKS were born….
the HD version of D250 has been available in Finland (verkkokauppa.com), too for a couple of weeks now. You can currently get them straight off the shelf for 370€.
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