Summary: The stretched display not only offers more screen space, helped by the high 1366x768 resolution, but allows for a normal-sized keyboard which makes typing that much easier. In spite of using the slowest Intel Atom available, the Acer Aspire One 751 did not seem much slower than any other netbook. If lightness and screen size are more important to you than battery life, take a closer look at Acerâ€™s biggest-screen Aspire One 751.
Summary: Netbooks continue to grow up, morphing and changing in interesting ways as they do. As they enter their adolescence, they're becoming increasingly difficult to distinguish from more traditional ultraportables. That's a happy trend, because it leads to good things, like the Gateway LT3103 and the Acer Aspire One 751.
Conclusion: One notices that the developers really did make up their minds on some details , when it comes to the Aspire One 751. A lot of details that are useful in every-day operating have entered the overall concept, they truly are of additional value . The labeling of the lateral ports visible from top view, the USB ports positioned with sufficient spacing on the left side, and the separate hardware switches for WLAN and Bluetooth are quickly valued.
Pros: long battery life, good built and case quality, good port positioning, practice-oriented solutions of detail, high resolution of the display, slim, optically appealing design, the upgradable components are easily reachable, low emissions, light-weight and compact, The slim design, the low soundscape when working, and the display's high resolution.
Cons: resilient keyboard, very low computing power, currently no UMTS available, reflecting, low-contrast display, More powerful components and a better display with matt surface and saturated colors.
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Excerpt: Acer Aspire One 751 Price £245 So, if its got a 10-inch screen and Atom power it’s a netbook right? Well Acer would like to disagree with the first assumption and, to prove the point, the firm produced the Aspire One 751 boasting a large 11.6-inch screen. It is one of the thinnest netbooks around at just 25mm at the rear, tapering down to the front, but this brings a downside in that the screen is just 8mm thick and does flex a lot.
Summary: This is a Netbook but not with the normal 1.6GHz Atom processor. This has a 1.33GHz Atom processor meaning it uses less power so you should be able to get eight hours of battery life. The slightly larger screen displays 1366x768.