Reviews and Problems with Acer Aspire One A150-series
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Love my Acer
9 December 2012
Summary: I love my Acer Aspire. The size is great to put in my tote to go to work or to read my emails while I am traveling. The one disadvantage I have with mine (it is a older moder) is that the battery only lasts for about 1 hour UGH.
Excerpt: I got this mini laptop in Apr 2009. It has everything you need to be able to communicate through email as well as the Microsoft suite of products. With the Wireless capability I can run into any Wi-Fi enabled location, or one of my providers hotspots and be up and running within three minutes. If you are planning on using it for heavy lifting types of projects where you have alot of detailed information you may want to still use your full sized laptop. The smaller...
The Aspire One is portable enough to keep with you all the time
9 September 2012
Excerpt: I have had an Acer Aspire One since soon after they came out. It's size makes it very portable, I keep it in my backpack and carry it every day. It has enough power to watch 720p HD video (full 1080p will not work however). I have loaded and used Windows 7 Premium, SQL Server 2008, Visual Studio 2010, MS Office 2010, etc with no loss of functionality. You do of course end up scrolling a lot due to the small screen size, but this is not intended as a replacement for...
Excerpt: I have had this Netbook for 2 years now. It was a good deal and I needed the ability to work on homework anywhere. This computer provided that freedom. The first thing I did when I got the computer was switch from the included Windows xp platform to a Linux platform. I still have mixed feelings about the switch but all in all it was good.
The Acer Aspire ONE A150-1447 Netbook is perfect for all users
9 September 2012
Excerpt: The Acer Aspire ONE A150-1447 Netbook is a wonderful purchase, espesially for those of us who are in to convinience and usability. Firstly, it is lightweight and easily trasnsported. Being someone who is always on the move, I find this to be an extremely positive aspect. Next, the battery life (though not the longest in the world) is more than ample. It will allow the user plenty of time to perform most or all of the tasks necessary with relevant ease, within reason...
Excerpt: I purchased the Acer netbook for my daughter about a year ago. She didn't need anything very expensive and big and heavy. She needed something to hook her ipod up to, save her digital pictures on, as well as occassional surfing the internet for doing school projects or taking tests. The 10.1 inch screen is very vivid and she became a youtube watcher as well when she got it. It is very lightweight. We find it is very easy to take with us, just putting a sleeve on it,...
Awesome, Pretty, and Convienient laptop put into a smaller packa
9 September 2012
Excerpt: I absolutley love my pink Acer laptop. It is small but yet big enough to see what you are doing. The 8.9" screen is the perfect size for me as a college student and a business women. I can carry this with me to class with no hassle as well as to work with no hassle. The hard drive is not large so its not ideal for people who need to download a bunch of stuff to a computer.
Excerpt: The Acer mini-laptop is great for students like me. I love how I can take it anywhere and it's so light. The only thing I don't like is it doesn't come with a cd drive and there are some pages you can't go through because the screen is so small. However, it's perfect for school work, taking notes, and other things. It only costs 299.99. I paid a little more for mine because I bought with a extra 2-year warranty.
Excerpt: I have had this little Acer Aspire One netbook for well over a year now and its still going strong! I had originally bought this as a way to do some quick mobile computing but found out that it was fast becoming my go to laptop all the time. Sure it isnt as powerful as my Core tw duo desktop but who needs all that power all the time? Most of the time I just want to check my email and surf a few of my favorite sites on the web. The Acer does that just perfectly.