Acer is just about to released a new entry for the netbook models – Acer Aspire One 756, which will come with a choice of Intel Celeron processor and Intel Pentium processor, depending on what they use their device for its requirements. Basically, these chips have consumed more power than the Atom processor, but the CPU isn't seen plenty of ultrabook with Core i5 processor that get better battery life than Atom-powered netbooks. The Intel Mobile HM70 Express chipset and the Intel HD graphics with 128MB of dedicated memory system were the first options for an extraordinary combination of great performance, lower power consumption, multitasking and fascinating visual effects with splendid colors and movements.
The Acer Aspire One 756 is a combination of thin and lightweight properties that makes it a perfect traveling companion so you can enjoy the fantastic entertainment or work while on the trip anywhere you go with the longer battery life to sustain your needs.
Acer Aspire has a standard specs such as 2 GB of RAM (up to 4GB), up to 500GB of storage, integrated Intel HD Graphics, Microsoft Windows 7 Operating System, Wi-Fi 802.11b/g/n Wi-Fi and has 11.6-inch High-Def Display with 1366x768 of resolution with 16:9 ratio and also has LED-backlit TFT LCD. Found in the center directly above the display Acer's Crystal Eye HD webcam that can be used for both video conferencing and recording.
Acer Aspire One 756 comes in four different colors – feather blue, ash black, red and silver with the smooth surface makes it easy more glossy and elegant, while its rounded design brings fresh personality to this series of netbooks. It measures at 11.2x8x0.8-inch and weighs 3lbs with 4 cell battery, as of now Acer is not stated the price as well as the information for the availability of this upcoming Acer Aspire One 756 but maybe we shouldn't have long to wait.