Acer is to launch an Android-powered netbook in a pretty range of colours. The new Acer Aspire One Happy will sport the Google-backed OS as an alternative to Windows and Linux.
The device will set punters back £250 and is aimed at non-technical people by making the units look nice and colourful. For Windows lovers, it alos comes with Windows 7.
“As sweet as candy, scented as a field of lavender, brisk as lime juice or fresh as the ocean, Aspire One Happy comes in four delightful colours that fill your life with excitement and joy: Candy Pink, Lavender Purple, Lime Green and Hawaii Blue, four hip colours that transform this netbook into a fashion statement,” blurted the company’s press release.
While that’s all well and good, here are the specs that excite us gadget freaks.
It comes with a backlit LED 10.1-inch display, wireless and a slot for a 3G sim. it sports 250GB of storage and 2GB of memory. It features an Intel N450 Atom processor. All-in-all it could be quite zippy for a netbook.