The manufacturer Acer has revealed some information on what appears to be its first netbook, based on the new platform AMD Brazos for low-power.
Little information has filtered to the moment on this machine by the name of Aspire One 522. And it will probably t launch untill the next CES in Las Vegas to be held in early January, which is to be learned more.
We know how it will incorporate with the new processor that is double core Zacate C-50 clocked at a frequency of 1 GHz and will carry the DDR3 memory.
Also on the program, a video chipset of AMD Radeon HD 6250 supports DirectX 11 to feed its 10.1-inch LCD managing a resolution of 1280 x 720 pixels or any external display device connected to HDMI / VGA (projector or TV in particular).
For the rest of the details of which we know, there comes an integrated webcam, a microphone, some USB 2.0 ports and a battery life of about 6 hours.