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.
Summary: Overall, we're very impressed with the Acer Aspire One D250. It performs very well, and at $298 ($349 with a 6-cell battery), it's competitively priced compared to both the ASUS Eee PC 1008HA ($429) and the MSI Wind U123 ($379), which, while $80 and $30 more expensive, respectively, have faster...
A stylish Acer netbook with an integrated Telstra Next G 3G module
Good Gear Guide.au
26 March 2010
Summary: The Aspire One AOD250 (ZG8) with an integrated Next G module is one of the best netbooks on the market. The integrated 3G module means there are no dongles hanging off it, and the overall build quality and style of the netbook is superb.
Pros: Integrated 3G module for Telstra Next G connectivity, excellent built quality, solid keyboard, very comfortable to use
Cons: Screen is susceptible to reflections, requires some effort to keep the glossy bezel clean
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