Acer prepping first netbook with Nvidia Ion 2 graphics

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Matthew DeCarlo

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Acer is rushing to get its Aspire One 532G out the door, claiming it to be the world's first netbook to feature Nvidia's Ion 2 graphics technology. Carrying a 10.1-inch LED-backlit 720p display, the system features an Intel Atom N450 CPU, 2GB of RAM, 512MB of dedicated video memory, 320GB of storage, Wi-Fi and optional 3G connectivity. Acer says the netbook can pump 1080p content over HDMI, allowing you to watch HD videos on a secondary monitor or TV. Likewise, it can cope with high-def media from sites like YouTube, Hulu, and Facebook.

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JudaZ

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let me guess... it will eventually catch on fire ... its an Acer after all ...apparently thats what they do.

"It's not a bug, its a feature!"
 

9Nails

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Fire as a feature! That's so much better than the prehistoric days of computing where one would have to supply their own fire to light their cigarettes. What would be even better is if they used a bamboo case then you would have all the features in an environmentally conscious platform. It's a step in the right direction. :)
 
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