May 27, 2009 at 3:40 pm
Following on from their recent Samsung N120 dismantling, Netbook Italia have moved onto the 11.6-inch Acer Aspire One 751. Whilst many of the reviews have bemoaned about the low performance under the hood, there’s no denying it’s an attractive netbook with glossy high–def display, full-sized keyboard and ultrathin chassis.
The Aspire One 751 already provides separate access panels for the HDD, memory and Wi-Fi. When opening the Wi-Fi slot, it can be seen that there are two Mini PCI-E slots with only one in use. The 751 is completely taken apart in the disassembly guide, the motherboard and internals are all laid out for all to see. Modders out there can add 3G HSDPA functionality to the 751. See a selection of pictures after the jump.