Reviews and Problems with Acer Aspire one D250-series
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Acer Aspire One
flowerhorn, REVIEW STREAM
18 June 2009
Excerpt: If you are on a budget but would like to get a small notebook, take a look at the Acer Aspire One. It is an 9″ notebook that only cost around $350; way cheaper than any notebook in its class. It is powered by the Intel Atom N270 Processor 1.6GHz and has 1 GB DDR2 553 MHz, 8GB Solid State Disk and a 9″ WSVGA display. As the Aspire One has a glossy screen, colors display on the screen look very bright and clear.
Excerpt: I went to the local branch of Harvey Norman the other day and saw this small laptop with an extremely affordable price of around RM 1399 or USD$ 400. This is possibly one of the most affordable mini laptops around since it costs nearly half as much as it’s other competitors such as the HP Mini and Asus Eee. The mini laptop comes with a 1.6 GHz N270 Intel Atom Processor which gives decent performance for such a laptop.
Excerpt: I bought an Acer Aspire One and because I really needed a small and portable computer, I thought this would be perfect. However, there are many pros and cons that keep this computer from being the best. Pros: -I really like the size of the computer. Being able to carry it around from school and work without feeling like you are carrying weights is really important. -I really like the colors.
Excerpt: This is my review about the new mini laptop I bought some weeks ago. The brand name is Acer Aspire one, and I choosed to get it in pink. It’s really a cool laptop, the best one I’ve had this far. At first I was a little unsure about if I should buy it, because I wasn’t so sure I would be able to handle it, to type and do my job with such a small computer.
Excerpt: I’m a basic computer user. I don’t do anything past listening to music on iTunes, editing photos lightly, and browsing the internet. So when companies started releasing these tiny wonders called netbooks, I had to try one. They are half the size of laptops, and come in all sorts of colors, which is a big bonus. Due to price, I opted for the Aspire One, though there are several different versions from just about every big hardware company out there. I paid $250 for mine.
Excerpt: In my search for a new laptop, I was mainly interested in size. Like many other people, I have seen the advertisements for the whole new line of mini-laptops that has become available in the last couple years. My biggest concerns were that the computer would be slow, the screen hard to read, and the keyboard virtually unusable. After careful comparison, I selected the Aspire Acer One…and I couldn’t be happier!
Excerpt: I bought an Acer Aspire One in the summer of 2009. One main reason for buying it is its sheer size. It’s a compact 6 inches from front to back and less than 10 inches wide! It weighs a little over 2lbs 5oz. It has a colour screen and a mousepad, as with most laptops, at the bottom of the keyboard. As I find these are a bit of a pain to use, I fitted a plug-in mouse (Microsoft) which worked perfectly.
Excerpt: The Acer Aspire one is one of the earlier models of netbook, following on from the success of the Asus Eee pc. I purchased the top of the range model with 120GB of internal hard drive storage and 2GB of RAM which is more than enough for a computer of this size, especially if it is a second computer used mainly for browsing the internet and producing Word documents.
Excerpt: I got the Acer Aspire One at Bestbuy a few days ago. I have to say that I am pretty satisfied with it. The processor is 1.5 GHz, which I felt ripped off. A netbook’s processing speed is 1.66 GHz minimum. It comes with a 250 GB hard drive. The screen size is 10.1 inch which I find decent. I’m not a techie so I can’t say more about the specifications. In general, I find the computer is a bit “slow”. It takes quite a while to read and open the hard drives.
Summary: well first of all you got to like compact things, and this is by far the best laptop i have ever used (does everything i need) fast, finds wifi almost everywhere, and the best is the battery life i went 3 days with out a charge about 2 1/2 hrs a day. web cam works great, movies look hd lol well i am sold and if you get one you will be to... ps i have my other $1100 laptop and it is just a paper weight. sad is 6 mons old.