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Adding to its Aspire range of netbooks, Acer has announced the launch of its new Aspire One Happy Netbook.

The Aspire One Happy Netbook is ultra-thin at only 24mm and weighs 1.25kg. It sports a 10.1-inch WSVGA high-brightness display with a 16:9 aspect ratio. Users can make the best of its 8-hour battery power back up on those long trips where access to electricity is a problem.

The netbook’s exclusivity lies in the dual OS that runs on both Windows 7 and Google’s Android operating system. It is powered by Intel Atom N455 processor with 1 GB RAM, and Intel Graphics Media Accelerator 3150 along with an internal HDD up to 320 GB of capacity and a built-in multi-in-one card reader ensuring convenient storage and file sharing options for the user.

The netbook is fitted with a comfortable keyboard and a wide multi-gesture touchpad. The Acer Crystal Eye webcam and microphone can be used for face-to-face messaging with friends. Besides this, the Acer Aspire One Happy provides Wi-Fi Certified connection or Fast Ethernet, in case one requires a wired LAN connection. Other available options are Bluetooth 3.0+HS allowing users to share photos and music.

The Aspire One Happy Netbook has an MRP of Rs. 17,999, but the street price of the product is around Rs. 16,700.

 

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