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 Acer Aspire One 532G: First Netbook With Dedicated ION Graphics For HD
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Message Text: The new Acer Aspire One 532G sets the netbook trend in the digital world where Hi-Def viewing online is growing dramatically.

Acer presented the world?s first netbook with dedicated next-generation NVIDIA ION graphics acceleration enabling users to enjoy Hi-Def content online as well as playback at 720p; alternatively, connect through HDMI output to a secondary Hi-Def TV/LCD monitor for sharing Hi-Def content with friends at a larger 1080p resolution.

Th netbook offers up to 10 hours of battery life, integrated Wi-Fi, 10.1" Hi-Def LED backlit display and optional 3G.

The Aspire One 532G with dedicated graphics accelerates web Hi-Def content streaming, offers 3D computing, mainstream PC gaming, boosts the performance of editing and converting videos and offers Hi-Def video playback up to 1080p via HDMI-output to HDTV. All of these are achieved with the new Intel Atom N450 platform and next-generation NVIDIA ION GPU with dedicated 512MB memory.

NVIDIA Optimus Technology intelligently, automatically transitions between the NVIDIA ION GPU, and battery-saving integrated graphics ? depending on the needs of the application ? delivering greater battery life.

Measuring only 1" thin and about 1 kg in weight, the Aspire One 532G is available in three colors ? Sapphire Blue, Ruby Red and Pearl Silver.

The Aspire One 532G will start shipping at the end of Q1 2010.
 
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