On Monday, Acer announced two new Aspires netbooks, the 11.6-inch AO751h and the 10.1-inch AOD250 that are ready to ship.
The two new Acer Aspires model comes with Microsoft Windows XP Home edition installed.
The AO751h is powered by a 1.22 GHz Intel Atom Z520 processor, a 250GB internal hard drive and a memory of up to 2GB of DDR2. It weighs 1.25Kgs and is touted as the first 11.6-inch netbook on the market. The AOD250 comes with a 1.60 GHz Intel Atom N270 processor, a 160GB internal hard drive and a memory of 1GB of DDR2 533 MHz SDRAM. It weighs 1.1kg and has 10.1-inch thickness.
The netbook AO75ih can be purchase at a price of $349 without an extended life battery otherwise it can be purchase at a price of $379 with its a six-cell lithium-ion battery while the AOD250 can be purchase at a starting price of $298.
Acer said that the AO75ih can last up to eight hours if bundled with a six-cell battery option.
All models are now available.