6-cell Linux version? 3-cell battery?

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    Hi, complete newbie here :)

    At present, does Acer have any official plans (or have there been any rumours) to:
    a) Release a 6-cell Linux version? Perhaps with a SSD?
    b) Sell a 3-cell battery retail?
     
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    Official????


    a) = yes - on sale now.
    b) = yes
     
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    Have any links? =( I can't seen to find a 6-cell SSD version
     
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    Ohh okay they just don't have 6-cell Linux in Canada yet haha
    http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Aspire_One#Pricing

    I was actually more interested in 6-cell SSD cuz I'd like the long battery life and not have to worry about moving parts.. oh well.

    How about the 3-cell battery sold separately? (Retail, not off someone else)
     
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    Umm.. I said 3-cell.. in both posts.. lol.
     
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