Acer has come up with a nice new series of Aspire One netbook known as Aspire One 722. What’s special in this new series is the offering of larger 11.6-inch display and it’s using AMD fusion C-50 APU (Accelerated processing unit) with clock speed at 1 GHz together with AMD Radeon HD 6250 DirectX11 compliant GPU on the same core.
Acer Aspire One 722 also featuring cool drop ripple design on its lid, and aquamarine color tone that give a great touch for this hot season. According to the claims, Acer Aspire One 722 Netbook is now capable of running 7 hours continuously, which is about 1 hour extra when compared to the older model Aspire One 522.
The overall specs are identical with Aspire One 522, except the fact that Aspire One 722 is now supporting 1366 x 768 pixel resolution via its 11.6-inch display. Also, it appears that Acer Aspire One 722 is coming with two speakers instead of one.
Connection-wise, Aspire One 722 has got three USB ports, one audio and one mic port and there is also a HDMI port at the right side of the netbook. You can also find a wireless-N Wi-Fi network connection available in this laptop. This connection is about 5 times faster than the common 802.11g networks which allow you to browse the web (especially watching online video) faster with this netbook. However, if no N-network available in your area, Aspire One 722 is also capable of detecting (backward compatible) g-network for slower connectivity.
Looking inside, the lid will uncover a full size keyboard layout with one multi-gesture Touchpad. The touchpad can detect circular-motion scrolling, pinch to zoom and page flipping. Acer Aspire One 722 is going to be pre-installed with Windows 7 Home Basic to support basic operation.
Sadly, Acer haven’t announced any details on the pricing and availability.