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Acer Aspire One

Acer has now become the second largest computer maker in the world, after HP, taking Dell’s spot. Still think that netbooks are a fad?

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We all love deals right? After all, who likes to pay full price for an item that can be obtained elsewhere at a better price? Let’s talk about the $100 netbook notebooks you probably have come across many times and see if you know the whole truth behind them

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It has just been announced that as from today, you can get your hands on the upgraded most popular netbook for only $350.

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Highlights of the 18th-25th January 2009 week, week IV of 2009

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For Acer to drop the 8.9″ sometimes this year allows it to market one model only and retain it’s sales leadership over Asus.

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10-inch Acer Aspire One breaks cover: Photo Gallery

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While a great selection ultimately benefits the netbook user aka the customer, too much choice is a turn off.

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At ever-cheaper prices, Acer Aspire One netbooks are looking like a big holiday seller. But can it last?

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Retail giant Wal-Mart is selling an Acer Aspire One Mini laptop with a three piece laptop starter kit and a power inverter for a value price of $419.00

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Highlights of the 7th-14th December 2008 week

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If you’re always on the move and want Internet access everywhere and are comfortable with owning a computer for two years without needing an upgrade or replacement, this deal is worth considering. If not, see the alternatives.

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Why these types of headlines are a bunch of BS

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Acer is offering an Aspire One for just $99 (plus a huge asterisk) at Radioshack. See what the asterisk aka the big catch is all about.

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Here’s a way to only spend $100 on a 3G Acer Aspire One netbook: commit to a $60 or higher two-year AT&T mobile Internet plan

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The Gateway LT1001G netbook is an apparent Acer Aspire One lookalike and rocks a 1.6 GHz Atom processor, a 1 GB RAM and a 160 GB hard disk drive. Find out when it will be released at a retailer near you.

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Acer and Asus are fighting it out to see who will sell the most netbooks. Guess who’s winning big time?

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A blogger decides to buy the MSI Wind U100-483JP netbook over the Acer Aspire One and the Eee PC 1000H netbooks.

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Why netbooks are cheap, portable web browsers

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Acer to really deliver 10.2-inch model to compete with the Joneses but to also improve the Internet surfing experience.

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Acer Aspire One A110 netbook reviewed

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