Conclusion: The Acer Aspire 1410 is a great alternative to the netbook class of devices. With its single-core ultra low voltage processor, it runs single threaded applications well and offers far better performance than any Atom-based (non-ION) netbook.
Conclusion: There really isn’t much else out there that will give you so much power and performance for the price. If it’s value you’re after, then you need to be taking a look at the Acer Aspire 1410-742G25N.
Summary: The Acer Aspire One strikes an excellent balance between power, performance, price and battery life. The updated model offers marginally better performance and a much improved operating system at a lower price, which makes this $400 laptop look pretty attractive.
But it’s not perfect.
Summary: If you like the portability of netbooks, but you want more power and a bigger screen in the same price range, the Acer Aspire 1410 is a very good choice. While identical in appearance, the Aspire Timeline 1810T lasts a couple of hours longer on a charge and offers more memory and hard drive space.
Summary: The Acer Aspire 1410 strikes an excellent balance between power, performance, price, and battery life. It can’t do
a more powerful laptop can. But at $449, this laptop is priced competitively with a netbook, and it can certainly handle a number of tasks that are beyond the reach of a...
Excerpt: I like to play with different laptops and am on a perpetual quest to find a laptop that fits my needs for carrying around campus and using in my studies. I’ve used a lot of laptops and the Acer Aspire 1410 I recently purchased from Amazon.com has left me more impressed than just about any […]
Excerpt: Acer's new 1410 netbook series is already quite popular amongst global users. Soon to be available in India, we got our hands on the latest dual core version, called the ZH7 model. Let’s check it out. Design The lid is a glossy silver and the bezel of the screen is a glossy black.