Announced at CeBIT 2010, the German trade fair held in the first week of March in Hannover, the 'Acer Aspire One 752 netbook is a compact size on the market in two versions that differ very little technical specifications. Characterized by lightness and practicality, is the successor model of the Acer Aspire One 751h , which changes with respect to, firstly, the type of processor used, but also the storage capacity significantly improved.
Starting just from the description of the technical specifications, you immediately notice how the producers have opted for a more powerful and versatile choice with regard to the processor, because the 752 is equipped with Intel Atom not actually present on almost all the netbook around, but a powerful low-power Intel Celeron, up to model SU2300, which has a speed of 1.20 GHz, a maximum frequency of 800 MHz and 1 MB of L2 cache.
Other specifications of the 'Acer Aspire One 752 include an up to 2048 MB RAM, expandable to 4 GB and a 2.5-inch hard disk with a capacity of 500 GB, and the operating system Windows 7 Starter, Home Basic or Home Premium. The graphics industry sees the presence of an Intel GMA 4500MHD graphics accelerator.
As for features available, probably the most interesting, to immediately put in evidence, is connectivity triband GSM and UMTS, and HSDPA technology, which lets you connect to the Internet with a maximum speed of 7.2 Mbps and HSUPA that the ensures a speed of 5.7 mbps. At present, however, this netbook are only two models without the 3G support.
Continuing with the characteristics, 'Acer Aspire One 752 is equipped with WLAN 802.11b / g LAN connectivity and Bluetooth version 2.1 with EDR, which allows data synchronization with other devices. As for the audio industry, has provided support to high definition, Dolby Sound Room, and other audio enhancement technologies