Acer, the Taiwanese manufacturer, plans to roll out (surprise!) another new netbook, Acer Aspire One 532h, which sports Intel’s latest "Pine trail" Atom N450 processor and Windows 7. Comparing to the previous version, the battery for Acer Aspire One 531h stands for six hours, the Acer Aspire One 532h battery can stand for up to 10 hours for those on-the-go users.

As the Acer’s first netbook with Intel's Pine Trail platform, the new Aspire One netbooks offer mobile users some of the features and performance of a larger notebook, while providing a highly portable, compact design that's easy to take anywhere. Another interesting feature of the Acer Aspire One 532H is its more stylized exterior and a larger keyboard and trackpad.

The Aspire One 532h will be available in a variety of configurations. In red, black, blue, and white colors, but all will feature a 1.66 GHz Intel Atom N450 processor and a 10.1-inch LED-backlight display. Will be available with two types of six-cell batteries: a 5600 mAh unit gives up to 10 hours of use, while a 4400 mAh offers up to 8 hours of usability.
Acer expects the Aspire One 532h’s will be available with MSPR from the $299 to $349 range. Perhaps, we expect to hear more on upcoming CES 2010.