Reviews and Problems with Acer Aspire One 532-series
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Acer Aspire One 532h - One for the frequent traveller
4 June 2015
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Conclusion: The Acer Aspire One 532 netbook leaves us with an overall good impression . The high battery life is probably the best feature of the new Intel Pine Trail platform. The ports available on the 532 are not unusual for a netbook and one can easily find the typical ports.
Pros: Stylish design, Price, Model variety, Multi-in-1 cardreader, Intel Atom N450 processor, Long battery life, Matt display, Free mini PCI-Express slot, The elegant display lid, the good workmanship of the case, thanks to Intel Atom N450 CPU the long battery life, the good display with matte surface ...
Cons: Hard-to-access USB ports, Meagre delivery contents, Keyboard, sensitive display cover, Restricted full resolution, An HD-Decoder inside the free Mini-PCI-Express slot. Acer should at least offer such optionally. Furthermore: a scratch-proof finish, a stabler keyboard and a bigger scope of delivery.
Excerpt: First things first: This is not a revolution. Although the Acer Aspire One AO532h boasts Intel’s new Pine Trail processor, the Atom N450, it’s no game changer. Instead, think of it as a highly polished evolution of the standard netbook.
Summary: In most respects, the Acer Aspire One 532h is a lot like every other netbook: specs include a 1.66-GHz Intel Atom N450 processor, 1GB of RAM, Windows 7 Starter Edition, and a 250GB hard drive.
Excerpt: Acer’s new Acer Aspire One 532H ultra-portable netbook is powered by 1.6 GHz Intel Atom N270 Processor and it features 512-MB L2 Cache, upto 533 MHz FSB, 1-GB DDR2 SDRAM and 160GB 5400 rpm SATA hard drive.
Excerpt: This one is a brand new netbook by Acer, a brand that has the credit of being one of the earliest adopters of Intel’s new Pine Trail system, which, in the case of netbooks, mainly comprises the new Atom N450, and a new chipset called the Intel NM10.