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Acer Aspire One with Intel Atom processor

A Two-Handed Device

A central London location was the setting for the UK launch of Acerís latest mobile product. Michael Fereday was there.

How small is small?  Some would think that an atom is small enough to satisfy even the most demanding when it comes to the lack of size classification.  I mention this because the Atom is the name that Intel has bestowed on its new purpose built lower power mobile processor.  An Intel Atom processor N270 (1.60GHz, 533MHz FSB and 512KB L2 cache) sits at the heart of Acer's new Aspire One product which is described as being the company's first Internet device.