Acer Aspire One D270 is expected to be available in Europe in February of this year
The Aspire One D270 netbook manufactured by the Taiwanese tech corporation Acer is one of the company’s first Cedar Trail-based mini-laptops. Rumors dating back as far as May of last year have suggested the existence of this device, but it is yet to be officially introduced to the market.
The D270 is reportedly powered by a Cedar Trail Intel Atom N2600 central processing unit which packs two cores (4 threads) with a clock frequency of 1.6GHz and the integrated Intel GMA3600 graphics controller that operates at 400MHz. Furthermore, the mini-notebook comes with a 10.1-inch widescreen display that supposedly has a maximum supported resolution of 1024-by-600 pixels.
Under the hood, Acer’s latest Aspire One netbook is equipped with 1GB of internal DDR3 memory, a 320GB mechanical hard drive and a 3- or 6-cell battery. In addition, users will able to stay connected by utilizing the built-in Wireless LAN and Bluetooth 4.0 (the new BT generation offers improved energy efficiency) adapters.
Other features include an HDMI port, a 5-in-1 memory card reader slot and a new color design, dubbed Candy (pictures after the break). According to a report from Notebook Italia, the Aspire One D270 will ship with a Windows 7 operating system and will be available to customers in Europe beginning in February 2012 for €299 (around $395).