Excerpt: I have had this laptop for about 10 months now and I love it. It is small and easy to carry around but can do everthing I need to do for an everyday laptop. I carry it with me when I travel for work, it easily slide in my computer case with my work laptop and I use it for watching movies and recorded TV shows. I have had no problems with it as all so far.
Excerpt: My partner gave me the Acer 1410 Notebook PC when I started school, because I wanted a netbook for its mobility but he wanted me to have a real laptop for its processing power. Now, I couldn't want a better computer. I am on my computer 24/7, whether it is for checking email, writing papers, taking notes during lectures, or doing some amateur coding. The laptop is extremely portable and reasonably fast, with 4 G of RAM and a 120 G hard drive.
Excerpt: I got my daughter an Acer Aspire Notebook before Christmas to do her school work and to have her personal computer so I wouldn't have to always share my desktop. The computer is surprisingly fast, easy to use, and my daughter's favorite thing now. The battery stays charged for a long time, the computer has a large hard drive and a lot of RAM for a notebook. I was pleasantly surprised how good this little computer is for the price.
Excerpt: Acer Aspire notebook rivals my dell laptop in price and performance. The notebook was easy to set up, moves extremely fast and came with applications that I actually use. The best one is the Barnes & Noble Nook for pcs. The notebook is easy to navigate and came equipped with Windows 7. I would recommend it to anyone looking for something fast and compact. I haven't found anything yet that the Acer Aspire can't do in comparison to my laptop.
Excerpt: <p style="margin-bottom: 0cm;">What you need? Fair resolution display in a small, but still nice to be seen screen? Portability? Long-time battery? Wireless-N conectivity? HDMI port? <p style="margin-bottom: 0cm;">Well...you got it! And this little machine has proven to have the best cost-benefit from its category.
The Acer Aspire 1410 is a great combo of performance and price.
9 September 2012
Excerpt: The Acer Aspire 1410 is one of the best and most cost-effective sub-notebooks around. It has a great balance between size, portability, and power. The laptop can be had for under $400 dollars if you find the right deal, despite the MSRP for newer models at $449.00. Make sure to get one of the models with the Intel Celeron SU2300 dual-core or the Pentium SU4100 or SU7300 processors in order to get the full power out of the notebook.
Excerpt: This notebook is a good buy i have one myself and i just love it. theres alot of power in this notebook and the crystal eye is the best. if you are looking for a good notebook for a cheap price then this is the one.all you have ever been looking for in a laptop is packed in to this pc.if you have a need for power then theres enough giggs in this pc to satisfy you.
Excerpt: I purchased this laptop after a fair amount of research.The screen is bright and sharp.The 11.6" 1366x768 screen looks good and is a lot more useable than the 8-10" screens found on most Netbooks.It runs fine for about 5 hours on the 6 cell battery.Overall a great buy at a great price.
Excerpt: Pros: Lightweight, Not Atom but core2solo CPU,Very good screen and battery life,Windows 7 Compitable, Support up to 4GB RAM if you want to upgrade, 320GB Hard drive,Blows any atom based system out of the water, really. Cons: Not realy any , only No CD-DVD Player so if you want to install from cd or dvd you need external drive.
Acer Aspire 1410- more features than others costing more.
9 September 2012
Excerpt: After much searching and research, I came across the Acer Aspire 1410. With a 12" screen, it's a perfect balance in size lying right between too small (9", 10" screens) and too big (13" and larger). This small laptap has features that larger more expensive laptops don't. One obvious feature is an HDMI port which was a requirement for the laptop I was to buy. Battery life with 6 cells is a reported 5-6 hours on paper.