Acer Launches Aspire One D260, 533 Netbooks, 753 Ultraportable

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Acer has announced the 10.1-inch Aspire One D260 and Aspire One 533 netbooks, as well as 11.6-inch Aspire One 753 ultraportable.

The Acer Aspire One D260 (AOD260) features the 1.66GHz Intel Atom N450 / N455 processor, 1GB RAM, up to 250GB of hard drive space, a 1024×600 display, Wi-Fi, optional Bluetooth 3.0, and Windows 7 or optional dual-boot Google Android / Windows 7 OS configuration.

The Aspire One 533 (AO533) netbook comes with the Atom N455 or N470 1.83GHz CPU, support for DDR3 memory, a 250GB hard disk, 1024×600 or 1280×720 display, integrated Wi-Fi, Bluetooth 3.0 and 3G options, an HDMI port, and claimed 10 hours of battery life on a single charge.

Acer’s 753 (AO753) includes the Intel Celeron U3400 ULV CPU, Intel HD graphics with 128MB dedicated memory, 4GB of DDR3 RAM, a 640GB HDD, 1366×768 display, Wi-Fi, optional Bluetooth and 3G, and an HDMI output.

There’s no info on pricing and availability dates.

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Samsung 7″ Android Tablet Leaks

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Vietnamese web site has leaked details of Samsung’s 7-inch tablet, powered by Android OS.

The 0.8-pound device will reportedly feature an A8 1.2GHz processor, AMOLED screen, 16GB of storage expandable to 48GB via a Micro SD card slot, a 4000mAh battery, and Android 2.2 with ebook reading software.

“The person leaking the details claims the tablet will ship this September and be called the Samsung Galaxy Tape,” Slashgear reports.

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Asus Android Laptop

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PC maker Asustek develops a netbook which will run Google’s Android open source operating system, business publication Bloomberg reports.

Asustek’s main man for Eee PC netbooks Samson Hu said in an interview that a team of engineers had been assigned to develop the Android-based netbook project. However, he pointed out that the company had not yet made a decision on whether it would proceed to market with the results of the experiment.

Android is an operating system used in mobile devices. It’s based on a Linux kernel, developed by Google and later the Open Handset Alliance.

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