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Thursday, 05 February 2009 15:49

Acer slashes 8.9-inch Aspire One prices

Written by Fudzilla staff

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€30 less, to make way for the D150

The most
popular netbook on the market just got a bit more appealing. Acer has slashed prices of almost all Aspire One 8,9-inch SKUs, to make more wiggle room for the new 10-inch model.

The A110L with Linux and an 8GB SSD is the cheapest of the lot, and it now costs €190-€199, a €30-€40 drop from €230. This makes it the cheapest netbook on the market, even cheaper than the 7-inch Eee PC 701. The A150L with a 120GB HD has also shed €30, and sells for €249.

In case you're bent on having XP, the A150X with a 160GB drive costs €299, down from €330. If you go for the rare 120GB version, you can save even more, as it costs just €275. The price cut doesn't seem to have affected the A110X, at least not yet.

You can find the listings here

Also read:

Acer's new 10-inch Aspire listed in Europe
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