Acer Aspire One 531Acer has been shipping several new models of Aspire One laptops across the globe for a few weeks. But the company finally got around to adding product pages for its latest mini-notebooks to its US web site this week.

There’s now an official product page for the Acer Aspire One 751h, which is the first AspireOne to wear an 11.6 inch display. This netbook is available in a variety of configurations, but it looks like it comes standard with a 1366 x 768 pixel display and a 1.33GHz Intel Atom Z520 CPU. You get a choice of Windows XP or Vista. XP models come with 1GB of RAM and a160GB hard drive. If you opt for Vista, you can get 2GB of RAM and a 250GB hard drive.

Acer has also posted product pages for the Aspire One P531h “Pro” model” with a 10.1 inch display and the Aspire One D250 “Ultra-thin” netbook which we recently reviewed.

via Portable Monkey

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One reply on “Aspire One 751, 531 finally show up on Acer’s US web site”

  1. The Aspire Pro is advertised as coming with XP Pro installed. How’d they swing that? I though Microsoft had ended sales of XP Pro and was keeping Home alive only for the netbook market.

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