It's not official just yet, so don't go Google Imaging it until we say so. It'll be a follow-on from the Aspire One D250, and will dualboot both Android and Windows.
Acer gave us the basics yesterday, announcing their intent to (good god, finally) make a Snapdragon-based Android phone, and not much else. Today, cue stage two of the unnecessarily staggered announcement: the juicy leaks. (Updated with video)
Still sore from their rough first step into the smartphone industry in February, Acer has committed to building one Android handset before 2010. On the possibility of an Android netbook, though, they dithered. Hard.