Acer Aspire One 725 Netbook Features AMD Fusion Chipset
The fact that there are newly released ultrabooks and hybrid devices to run the mobile PC market today, still, smaller and lighter laptops called netbooks are nonetheless gaining a hit part out of this growing electronic industry.
Acer has created once again some kicks and tricks for the rising laptop market. With its newly unveiled Aspire One 725 netbook, consumers can actually feel the need for a different light browsing alternative.
The Aspire One 725 is an 11.6 incher netbook boasting a 1366 × 768p display resolution. What’s more exciting is that it features AMD’s low-power Fusion chipset through the dual-core C-60 processor. Also, this unit is equipped with AMD Radeon HD 6290 GPU together with up to 4 GB of RAM and a 320/500 GB hard drive.
Acer opted to include brightness of up to 200-nits with its CineCrystal display; aiming to transform a quite better device than your typical netbook. The Aspire One 725 also features Wi-Fi b/g/n, Bluetooth 4.0, HDMI port and will have support for the 850/900/1900/2100 MHz 3G bands for a max speed of 7.2 Mbit/s. It is one inch thick and comes with a 4-cell battery.
However, for now, Acer didn’t give even some hints about its pricing and releasing info.
via slash gear