At first, there were no plans for the SSD version of the Acer Aspire 103 netbook, but now it seems that the ACER is indeed planning to release a linux version of their Aspire one 103, whose HDD version was released couple of days back. The SSD will have the capacity of 16GB and will run Linpus, a custom linux distro. Other specs wil remain the same as the HDD version.
It is nice to see that ACER is still thinking about those folks who want the ruggedness and reliability of the SSD. Personally, I use my trusty old ASUS EEE 701 more than my notebook or my ASUS 904HA just because I know that it uses SSD. Although, the capacity of the SSD is not huge, but anyday I would not be carrying my DVD collection on it. If I feel the need of extra space, I can always plug-in my external USB HDD.