The new Acer Aspire One 532h has one noticeable difference from the Aspire One 751h. It’s the multicolored, metallic-like blue and black lid. Acer is once again bringing us a fairly decent piece of equipment for as inexpensive as they could make it.
Some interesting specs on the new Acer Aspire One 532h are: it’s a 10.1-inch netbook, has the new Intel Atom N450 processor, 1024 x 600-resolution screen with a thick bezel, 1GB of RAM, 160GB hard drive, a six-cell 5600mAh (63Wh) battery, and it’s running Windows 7 Starter. It has the typical ports; three USB, VGA, Ethernet, an SD slot and headphone and microphone jack. Aspire One 532h is using a chiclet keyboard which on this model is cramped. And it’s a featherweight; weighing in at only 2.4 pounds. Running a video loop the battery lasts 6hrs 31min. 8hrs 10 min doing a regular surfing the web/music streaming day.
A sweet deal for only $299. That is about $100 less than most of its competition.