Every day you see more and more mini-notebooks pop up on the market saying that they are more powerful and versatile, yet more expensive. Well Acer has entered the market with a new approach by building a simple yet solid miniature notebook with the cost of only $379. The notebook is following the trend for mini notebooks by putting a Linux operating system on the computer instead of XP or Vista. This is really almost a necessity for today’s mini notebooks due to the fact at how much Vista slows down your computer and XP being phased out by Microsoft. The notebook comes in a variety of glossy fingerprint resistant colors white, blue, pink and black.
Now if you are looking for the smallest and lightest notebook you can find well this is definitely one of the best ones out on the market in size and weight. The Aspire One measures in at 9.8 x 6.7 x 1.1 inches and weighs just 2.2 pounds. The Aspire One provides an easy-to-use access to the internet and the Aspire also comes standard with 802.11b/g Wi-Fi connection. This laptop is perfect for a traveler wanting to have an easy to use light and portable laptop to access the internet while on the go.