Acer recently announced the release of their new ultra mobile notebook, the Acer Aspire One. The latest notebook features a stylish design that comes in two colors, sapphire blue and seashell white. This notebook is specifically built for continuous internet access. It measures 24 x 17 cm and weighs less than a kilogram, definitely a portable notebook to bring with you wherever you go. Some of its features include an 8.9” CrystalBrite LED backlit display with a 1024×600 resolution and an incorporated CrystalEye webcam for live video streaming, video chats and conferences. It runs on Linpus Linux Lite or Windows XP Home, and has an Intel Atom processor, as well as a 512MB or 1GB of RAM memory depending on your preferred setup. For data storage, a NAND flash module of 8GB or an 80GB internal HDD is available as an alternative. And for internet connectivity, the Aspire One has WiFi built-in for easy access to available wireless networks that can also be specified with a choice of embedded WiMAX or 3G wireless technologies for even greater wireless capability. Although the price of the notebook has not been disclosed as of now. Let’s wait till we hear from the folks at Acer and updates will be posted as soon as there are confirmations of its pricing. For related updates please visit Acer Aspire One’s official site.