Aspire One Now in German sales channels.

Posted on 12 June 2008 by

Acer have a big advantage in the netbook race. Pre-established sales channels and partners.

The Aspire One is already showing up in price comparison engines in Germany with the base model being advertised for 329 Euro (8GB, Linux, 512MB) which is just 50 Euro more than the Eee PC 701 4G! The high-end Linux model (80GB, 1GB) for 399 Euro which is 40 Euro less than the ‘old’ and less equipped Eee PC 900. Availability looks like 4-7 weeks although one reseller is quoting 10 days.

Because of its size (smaller than HP2133 and MSI Wind,) style, dual SD card slots, availability and low-low price, I won’t be surprised if this ends up as one of the most popular netbook choices of 2008.

Source: Geizhals.

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  • linux on your desk

    the price is not correct. here in germany most traders offers the one for €329 (8gb ssd) and €359 (80gb hdd and 1gb ram) for the linux models. the xp version costs €399. you can also get versions with 1.5gb ram.
    http://www.notebooksbilliger.de/index.php/notebooks/a_c_e_r/home_notebooks

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  • Anon

    The only thing missing from the UMPCportal device database, is a zoomed-in image, with 360 degree view around. Maybe it is there and I missed it, if not then how hard would that be to do?

  • http://www.ultraportables.fr Romain

    In france, the price of Aspire One 8GB SSD 512 Mb Ram) is 299 euros

  • chippy

    An even better price in France. Excelent!
    Chippy

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  • Richard

    Is the warranty European?

    Anyone seen prices in the UK yet?

    Also, how’s the keyboard compared to the MSI Wind?

  • StuartLittle

    The Acer Aspire One will also be available with HSUPA module (Option GTM380):
    http://www.albawaba.com/en/countries/UAE/228788
    6. Manufacturing option, with the GTM380 module.

    http://www.option.com/products/gtm_380.shtml
    http://www.option.com/docs/datasheets/GTM380.pdf

  • DavidC1

    It looks like the N270 is actually Silverthorne based, but using the higher power GTL bus. The N230 I think is Diamondville.

  • Zeke

    Any idea when this will be available over in the states? This is looking like the best bang for the buck in terms of price and performance!

  • Jared

    Any idea if this will becoming to Australia/New Zealand.

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