Reviews and Problems with Acer Aspire One 751-series
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Thomas Cocozzoli "Tom C.", Amazon
21 September 2009
Summary: I ended up ordering two Acer's. The first one had a terrible buzzing when plugged into the adapter. I returned it for a new one--it had the same problem. When unhooked from adapter it was quiet as a mouse. Overall size was great as was the battery life. Didn't really care for the sensitive touch pad, though. All in all, not a good experience.
Summary: Thank you guys, I also almost bought it, but will now wait a week or two in the hope to find it coming with windows XP. ACER: beautifull toy, but you are loosing business if you don't offer it with wXP instead od that junk of wVISTA.
Summary: ...I read that it comes with (gag! choke! retch!) Vista Basic. Oh my friggin' God. WHAT is Acer thinking? The main attraction of netbooks, aside from their battery life and compactness, is the fact that they DON'T come with that massive train wreck of an operating system --- just as bad as Windows Millenium was. Part of Microsoft's typical way of forcing CONSUMERS to beta-test their OS's and then pay to upgrade to the next OS ...
Excerpt: "The first thing you will notice about this netbook is how sleek and thin it is. Although, it has an 11.6 inch screen it is thinner than most 10 inch netbooks that I have seen. Weight and size feel the same , it fits into to my Samsung NC10 case without a problem. The battery life is good averaging what most good 10 inch netbooks manage despite having a larger screen. Obviously, this depends on how cell battery you have. My 6 cell battery gives me ...
Pros: Brilliant screen, great battery life, easy to upgrade, nice slim design, lightweight
Cons: Weak processor makes it feel underpowered, Can't handle HD smoothly as it should