Power miser cpu & it's 4G ram has pleanty of oomph! Battery lasts & lasts!
24 September 2013
Summary: Aspire One AO722-0418, a terrific little Acer. It's made very well. Big 500Gb hard drive. It's nice sized screen is clear & bright. Nice feel to the keyboard and touchpad. Has awesome performance for a low-key machine. The slower 1Ghz AMD dual-core processor is a power-miser but when needed, its turbo kicks-in providing another third-gigahertz of speed. So, with it's 4Gb of memory, it performs really well for most uses like video streaming and web surfing.
Summary: Don't expect super fast speeds, but for the price and portability, this is a slick little laptop. Good value if you want light duty computing and portability. The touchpad takes a little getting used to, but the scroll feature is nice once you get the hang of it.
Summary: This screen was fairly easy to install after searching for instructions on the web. It took me about 30 minutes. The worst part is dealing with the stick tape that has to be unstuck to remove the old screen.
One of the best netbooks out there. Easy to upgrade, excellent price.
15 March 2013
Summary: Excellent little machine for the price. I don't do much heavy lifting with it, mostly just screwing around on the internet and communications (Skype, IRC, etc). Came with Win7 Home Premium, so it truly is a little full-blown computer. The main reason I was sold on it is the ease of replacing and/or upgrading parts. Replacement batteries only run about $25-30. All batteries DO eventually crap out!