There is no better time to go out and about than summer. And there is no better way to celebrate summer than by taking with you Acer’s sprightly new limited-edition netbook everywhere you go.
The 10.1-inch Aspire One D270 Balloon Carnival, a gorgeous new addition to Acer’s popular line of high-performance subcompact Aspire One laptops, is the tech pioneer’s season surprise to summer lovers. It features the all-new Intel® Atom™ processor-based Cedar Trail platform, the efficient Microsoft Windows® 7 operating environment, a range of ultra-fast wireless connectivity options, and a limited-edition design that brings a splash of vivid color to a sleek, lightweight chassis.
Available only for a limited time, the Aspire One D270 Balloon Carnival is perfect for style-minded users with demanding mobile-driven lifestyles; as such, it stands out among today’s duller, drearier laptop offerings. The Aspire One D270 Balloon Carnival is less than an inch thin, weighs less than a six-pack of Coke, and measures no bigger than a glossy B5 magazine. A bouquet of colors against an immaculate white backdrop graces its distinctive cover design, while a motif-matching multi-gesture touchpad—also bearing the various shapes and shades of balloons—emphasizes the Aspire One D270 Balloon Carnival’s summer style statement. Indeed, like a carnival of balloons, the netbook soars high, with an ultra-portable 1.30-kg frame (with 6-cell battery) that’s as easy to carry as it is to look at.
Don’t mistake the Aspire One D270 Balloon Carnival as a performance lightweight, however, because beneath its head-turning surface is a heavy-duty set of tech specs and features. It begins with a dazzling 10.1-inch LED-backlit screen, which is engineered with high-definition 1024 by 600 resolution, energy-saving display performance, and the incredible visual power of the integrated Intel® Graphics Media Accelerator (GMA) 3650. A multi-gesture touchpad and comfortable keyboard (that’s 93 percent the size of a full one) are also included to bring control right where it should be: in your hands.
Meanwhile, Intel’s Cedar Trail processing platform, the 1.86 GHz Intel® Atom™ N2800, and the Windows® 7 Home Basic edition all combine to ensure that playing or working with the Aspire One D270 Balloon Carnival is a breeze. A cutting-edge 500 GB hard disk drive and 2 GB of DDR3 system memory are added to provide you with extra muscle and memory while you manage precious memories and important data. To ensure optimal mobility wherever you go, Acer also equipped the Aspire One D270 Balloon Carnival with a long-lasting battery (capable of up to 8 hours on a single charge) and the slim and simple Acer MiniGo AC adapter, which is 40 percent lighter than previous-generation 30W notebook adapters.
The rest of the netbook’s hardware are equally impressive. The innovative Acer InviLink™ Nplify™ 802.11b/g/n Wi-Fi-certified technology, advanced Bluetooth 4.0 connectivity, and the built-in Acer Crystal Eye HD webcam enable you to keep in touch with the World Wide Web—and the world—anytime and anywhere. Whether you’re checking your E-mails, browsing the Web, connecting with your favorite social networks, streaming online videos, or making Internet video calls, the Aspire One D270 Balloon Carnival delivers instant connectivity, minus the inconvenience of dead spots and dropped connections.
Also included are three USB ports, a Multi-in-1 card reader, a Fast Ethernet port, a VGA port, and a user-friendly HDMI port with HDCP capability. There is also a deceptively powerful set of stereo speakers for providing the soundtrack to the bright, bud-bursting days of summer.
It’s the season to be out and about with the new limited-edition Acer Aspire One D270 Balloon Carnival. Thanks to the 10.1-inch netbook’s sensational style and brilliant computing performance, summer will never be the same, and ever be as much fun.
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