At last the Acer’s Pine trail equipped notebook, Acer Aspire One 532, has been announced after creating quite a wave last month. It’s a netbook, powered by Intel Atom N450 processor, which features 10.1 inch WSVGA LED Backlit display, 2GB DDR2 RAM and 250GB hard drive. The $300 netbook comes handy with built-in webcam, Wi-Fi , 3G and Bluetooth connectivity, a multi format card reader and a full QWERTY keyboard with multi-touch pad. Acer Aspire One 532 runs Windows 7 OS.
However, the question is, how good or bad it is in light of another popular Pine Trail netbook, that too leaked before CES. I’m talking about the gorgeous N450 Pine trail powered HP Mini 210, which sports some lavish styling besides being highly high-end. Compared to HP’s netbook, Acer One 532, lacks the fashion appeal. However, what matters most is its technical specifications, so let me tell you that it runs on powerful 1.66GHz N450 Atom CPU and features GMA 3150 graphics. It also scores a point above the Acer 532 with Broadcom Crystal HD Enhanced Video accelerator. It has 1 GB of DDR2 memory, a 250GB hard drive, and runs Windows 7 Starter Edition OS. Above all, at $329.99 it gives tough fight to Acer One 532.