Having already seen it in more than one live photoshoot, plus a boatload of leaked images, there’s perhaps little to surprise us in Acer’s official Aspire One 751 press gallery. Still, it’s a slick 11.6-inch netbook and, with its angled VGA and ethernet ports, moderately distinctive if you come upon it at the right angle, so we won’t turn the shots away.
Price details after the cut
There’s also news on pricing, albeit in Taiwan rather then the US or Europe. Online vendor PChome Shop is listing the Acer Aspire One 751 for NT$21,600, which works out to around $656 (or €493). That seems on the expensive side for an Intel Atom Z520 processor with 1GB of RAM and a 160GB hard-drive.
Still, an attractive casing and decent screen-size will mean the Aspire One 751 will likely find a fair few buyers when it finally reaches the US. It’s expected to land sometime this month, in red, white and blue.