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 …
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.
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.
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.
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.
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.
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 …
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.
Summary: After all the "good product" reviews I have read and now after having the Acer Aspire One for myself for about 2 weeks, I would have to agree that this computer is what it is: functional, sufficient, portable, affordable.