Reviews and Problems with Acer Aspire One 722-series
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slow but usable
10 March 2014
Summary: Screen is good, computer seems under powered for a dual core. For whatever reason would not accept a 4gb stick of memory- kept crashing and stating memory error, under 2 runs pretty consistently.
Summary: Comfortable size to walk with in field. Specification is not suitable for high loading task such as graphics or design related works. Can be one of the good ones for students who need to take the notebook to college and work with some simple applications as as Office applications, Internet. Body is not Solid, need to take care.
Summary: I bought this specifically for travel -- both for internet and email access and as a backup device for digital photographs. Turns out I use it a good deal for writing also. Since I do not like touch screens and am an excellent touch typist, it is a perfect fit for my needs -- much better than a tablet. The screen is crisp and clear, the battery life is better than I expected.
Summary: Bought the laptop for its portability and was not disappointed. The product came in new like condition. The keyboard is flat and the keys are very sensitive. Keyboard needs to be elevated slightly for better touch type control. I am pleased with the purchase. Plan to upgrade the ram.
Summary: I wanted to replace my tablet with something more functional where I could do some work while watching TV. The tablet is great and I even had a keyboard to go with it but it still just wasn't what I wanted to do "real" work with. I like the netbook size and the weight. The ll.6 screen is perfect over the normal 10 inch and under netbooks. The resolution on the Acer is good. I can surf the web without having to scroll left to right to see the entire webpage.
Summary: I have to preface this by saying I use only Apple products at home- iMac, iPhone, MacBook, iPad. This computer was purchased just for work purposes to use internet explorer. I upgraded the RAM immediately so I cannot comment on its performance prior to upgrading. RAM was easy to install, no headache. The computer is small and lightweight. The battery seems to last for days with my casual use, not too long at once every other day or so.
Summary: I have had this netbook for about 6 months and have had only two problems with it. One is the jumpy cursor (although this may not be limited to the Aspire) and the other is Windows 7 (again, not an Aspire only problem). The machine is reliable and comfortable, otherwise. I recommend it as a good solid unit for everyday use. It has good resolution and the sound is better than most. You may want to turn off the edge scroll feature right away.
Summary: I purchased the Acer Aspire netbook in the bundle with case and 4gb ram. This is the perfect computer for a traveler who does not like the Android or I Pad operating systems. Nothing compares to the use of a keyboard. I had a Samsung Galaxy 10.1" for a couple of weeks and disliked having to use a stylus to do word processing.