Acer is sticking to its netbook guns with a new slew of netbooks in its Aspire One Happy 2 line.
The Intel Atom N570-powered 10.1 inch tablet comes as a revamped version of Acer’s top selling netbook, with Bluetooth 3.0 connectivity and a 93 per cent full-size keyboard.
It measure up to an inch thick, weighing 1.3 kg, and comes in four separate colours (pictured below) with ripple-design casings on the lid. The inside of the lid holds an underwhelming but apt 0.3 megapixel web cam.
This casual computer sports Intel Graphics Media Accelerator 3150 for visual support, though it still isn’t a performance machine for anything above mediocre gaming. There’s also 1GB of RAM and a 250GB hard drive tucked into the build.
The extra-large keyboard that is almost the size of a regular keyboard sports larger keys while a wide multi-gesture touchpad allows for added finger controls.
Connectivity ranges from the new-to-range Bluetooth 3.0 support, three USB 2.0 ports, VGA connection, audio out, multi-card reader and an Ethernet port.
While many consumers are jumping onto tablets, this netbook comes in cheaper than most tablet offerings – even the Wi-Fi-only variety – while retaining the keyboard for physical key purists.
The Acer Aspire One Happy 2 netbook is now available for $399 in the colours pictured below.