Tuesday 17 April 2012 at 12:49 pm
It's arguable that netbooks have been somewhat eclipsed lately in the press by tablets and indeed ultrabooks, as well. But are they really lacking, or are people's priorities not the same as the initial target market for these mini-laptops?
Netbooks are, it's worth remembering, not as limited as tablets. In fact, they're sitting on specs that didn't look out of place in a laptop several years ago, and are perfectly capable of performing all sorts of tasks. Tablets, however, are not designed with capability in mind in the same way that a laptop, PC or, of course, a netbook is. Tried playing on a netbook? Works fine. Tablet? Not the same.
Sunday 29 January 2012 at 9:30 pm
As the source of information reported, there has appeared a new Acer netbook – Aspire One D270 – in some European online stores.
The new device is based on the Intel Cedar Trail platform and available at the price from €251 for the netbook stocked with a three cells storage battery, to €270 for the one equipped with the six cells storage rbc7 battery.
At the moment there are known not all the features Acer Aspire One D270 possesses. According to the description, the device is equipped with a 10,1 inches display, RAM of 1 Gb and HDD of 320 Gb.
The central element of the laptop hardware platform is the dual-core CPU – Intel Atom N2600 of 1,6 GHz. The same CPU is used in a Lenovo S110 netbook, which was recently known about.