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Acer Announces Acer Aspire AS1410 Series Value Ultraportable Notebooks

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Bringing affordability to the ultraportable notebook platform, Acer America today announced the new Acer Aspire AS1410 Series. These new notebooks integrate enough power for enjoying digital entertainment in a very sleek, stylish design for just $US399.

“With the rising popularity of social networking, consumers are more connected than ever to the online world,” said Ray Sawall, senior manager of product marketing for Acer America. “When it comes to selecting a notebook, they’re increasingly concerned with size, weight and style. The AS1410 Series is small enough to be carried in a backpack or even a large purse but with enough power for spreadsheets and presentations. Aggressively priced, the AS1410 is an affordable mobile solution for checking Twitter updates, viewing YouTube videos and handling productivity applications on a plane, at school or a coffee house. Those in the market for a netbook should consider this notebook as an option, due to the step up in processing power.”

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Nice. This will put a serious squeeze on Atom based netbooks. The screen is a much more friendly 11" with high resolution and a great little CPU (compared to Atom), 2GB memory, and full gesture trackpad. And at a netbook price... why by a netbook?

But why does the photo "hide" the keyboard and trackpad? Keyboard not too nice (compared to Samsung or Sony pebble), and trackpad too small?
 
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The processor freq is too low. I doubt it perform well because my atom based netbook is very slow.

But why does the photo "hide" the keyboard and trackpad? Keyboard not too nice (compared to Samsung or Sony pebble), and trackpad too small?
It is a shy laptop lol
 

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What's the world coming to when people need $400 1.2ghz mini pc's to tote around in large purses so they can update their twitter whilst watching hitler lose his face on you tube?

(i used to have the acer aspire one.. not bad if you only like doing basic things of course)

1.2ghz will barely if at all stream any flash video am I wrong?

I'm on a 1.5ghz amd 1800+ laptop now while my x58 is off to msi RMA and it load 80%+ just using pandora lol.
 
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Maybe it has the same mouse buttons on the sides of the trackpad = fail
 

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good model

This is the model that I'm looking for Acer Aspire AS1410 , smooth for video and also work well for gaming but i'm not gaming so not expect very high graphic. Normally, i use for internet and play video like youtube, bigger screen is great
 
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its better thana netbook and cheaper than some of the 12 inch models out there ... hmmm ... may be going back to skl and this may be the hit