Acer launches AOD255

With tablets stealing the lime light, netbook announcements are few and far between, but not absent altogether. Later this month, Acer will begin shipping its new Aspire One AOD255 netbook built around Intel's dual-core Atom N550 platform.

"We have enhanced our best-selling Aspire One netbook line with the improved performance and better power efficiency to improve the mobile computing experience for consumers," said Pete Dailey, senior product marketing manager for netbooks. With the new Aspire One AOD255, users are able to multitask, explore the Internet, connect with friends, and enjoy entertainment applications, without worrying about battery life or being tethered to an electrical outlet."

Acer didn't throw us for any curve balls with the AOD255. The standard configuration applies: 250GB hard drive, 10.1-inch LCD screen, 802.11b/g/n Wi-Fi, 1.3MP webcam, 1GB of DDR3 memory, and Windows 7 Starter. Microsoft Office Starter 2010 is also included.

The AOD255 carries an MSRP of $330.

Dual boot is not a new feature, and many PC manufacturers are offering this feature on their products. Acer, one of the largest computer manufacturers, has upgraded its product, the Acer Aspire One with features like dual boot capability, Google Android, and Microsoft Windows XP. The aim of this upgrade is to provide the best netbook for people who like to use both Google Android and Microsoft Windows XP.

The Acer Aspire One AOD255 is replacing the previous model, the AOD250, with many upgrades especially on its processor. This new model is using the latest Intel Atom N450 at 1.66GHz, and it is providing enough processing power for regular office applications while using low power consumption for better mobility. The processor is backed up with 1GB DDR2 memory and a 160GB hard drive for the storage. The components that this netbook use are good enough, and affordable enough to keep the netbook’s price competitive.

Like most of other netbooks in the market, the Acer Aspire One AOD255 is using a 10.1 inch screen with 3 cell Li-Ion battery pack. This battery pack can be upgraded to a 6 cell battery for better mobility. The most impressive thing about this netbook is its ability to boot using dual operating systems. The Android is being used for fast boot and instant network connectivity, while the Windows XP is being used as the main operating system.

This netbook is currently available for preview at Taipei Computer Application Show and people who are attending the event can get a special price of only $300. There is no official public availability for this netbook yet, but it is estimated to be priced at around $375 so that the $300 pricing at the Taipei Computer Application Show for this great netbook is really a good deal.


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