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Acer Aspire One Mini

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Does anyone own one of these?

I use a headset to enter notes (naturally speaking)

I would like to use a blue tooth head set but don't see bluetooth listed in the specs.

How do you load programs, watch dvds - does it require an external dvd?

I really like the idea of a mini, just need to make sure this one is the one I want/need.

Thanks
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alao can it be used to read a pdf file?
 

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It was discussed in this thread.

As far as I know, it hasn't been released yet. At least, that's what Amazon says.

Edited to add:
I think the Linux version with 8GB flash drive has been released. It's the Windows version with a hard disk drive that hasn't been released.
 

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alao can it be used to read a pdf file?

With a windows xp os, 1G ram and 160GB memory, I would expect it to run most/many applications, other than specialized ones ie, gaming applications or other apps that require upgraded graphic and sound cards.
 

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You can read/display a pdf file with either the linux or windows version.

-David
 
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