Acer is the latest company to officially join the long list of EEE ultra cheap, ultra portable rivals with the Acer Aspire One
The laptop is likely to be build around an Atom/Diamondville device powered by a 1.6GHz Intel Processor and, according to Digitimes, will cost roughly £250, 25 percent cheaper than the Asus EEE PC 900.
The Acer Aspire One has a large border around its screen, which means that models with a screen size larger than the current 1024x600 pixels 8.9-inch (most certainly 10-inch versions) might be in the pipeline.
The Aspire One and the HP 2133 share the same chassis and have most certainly been manufactured by Quanta, the giant Original Equipment Manufacturer behind most laptop designs worldwide.
Photos of the laptop have started to appear online showing a rather peculiar user interface; expect the Aspire One to make its debut at this week's Computex and to run Windows XP and Linux from the start.
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