Laptop Mag claims Acer's Aspire One 532g will be the first netbook based on the NVIDIA ION2 platform. It's a 10" system that promises a battery life of up to 10 hours, availability is expected in March 2010.
This netbook-caliber discrete graphics chip, coupled with an Intel Pinetrail CPU, promises graphics punchy enough to watch HD YouTube videos and play online games smoothly.
Despite its graphics muscle, the 10-inch netbook still promises 10 hours of battery life. It will have Wi-Fi, of course, as well as optional 3G. Stay tuned for a full announcment in early March, availability later in the first quarter of this year, and hopefully a more detailed sneak peek even sooner.