Excerpt: The Frugal One. With the Aspire One A110/ A150, Acer has passed other Asus EeePC clones last year and reached the Netbook throne. It seems the Taiwanese company has found the right price-performance mix as they sold more and more items without any spectacular aspect and reached a market share of 37...
Pros: Very low power comsumption, Low weight with 3-cell battery, Slim and chic design, Good workmanship and case quality, Very low noise emission, Relatively good battery runtime, Ease of access to installed components, Good keyboard, The low power usage, the slim design and very low working noise
Cons: High heat levels on some parts of the case bottom, Glossy, low contrast display, Unpractical port positioning, Currently no UMTS option available, Very stiff headphone port, A good display with matt surface which would be better for mobile devices
Summary: And so, overall I’m profoundly pleased with my purchase. For less than $400 including shipping, I’ve got a light, thin, reliable, and sensibly designed little road warrior. Sure, there are things I’d change: mainly the trackpad and that obnoxious fingerprint-magnet of a top lid.
Conclusion: Overall Android is an interesting addition, but not one that is very compelling. With the browser not returning a solid performance, we'd be tempted just to let Windows 7 boot, in which case you can ignore this edition of the netbook altogether.
Pros: Bright screen, good keyboard, lightweight
Cons: Android addition is pretty pointless for most users