At Mobile World Congress in Barcelona, Acer has announced the Aspire One 532G netbook - which comes with Nvidia's ION graphics acceleration with 512MB of video memory. That should mean that it's considerably more capable than most netbooks at gaming, Hi-Def video playback and photo/video editing tasks.

The device runs on Intel's N450 Atom processor, and offers HDMI-out for 1080p playback on a television or monitor. The rest of the specs, including hard disk space, RAM or operating system info haven't been shared yet, but Acer does promise that there's Wi-Fi, optional 3G and up to 10 hours of battery life from a travel-friendly charger.

The device is an inch thick, weighs about 1kg and comes in blue, red and silver. It'll start shipping at the end of Q1 - which should mean March. No word on pricing yet, but as soon as we hear anything, we'll let you know.