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Acer Aspire One AOD250
6.0 out of 10

Acer Aspire One AOD250

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Overall 8
8.0

Acer Aspire One (D250-1165)

PC Magazine
29 January 2010
  • Conclusion: The Acer Aspire One (D250-1165) is now thinner and lighter than its predecessor without raising prices.
  • Pros: Thinner and lighter than its predecessor. Price stays where it is. Very good battery life. Batteries are carried over from the previous version.
  • Cons: 89 percent keyboard is one of the smallest. Touchpad and mouse buttons are small.
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Overall 6
6.0

Acer Aspire One AOD250 (Android)

PC Magazine
27 January 2010
  • Excerpt: Netbook sales have helped catapult Acer to second place in PC shipments worldwide, according to IDC. And the Aspire One AOD250 is easily one of Acer's best selling netbooks to date.
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Overall 6
6.0

Acer Aspire One (D250-1958)

PC Magazine
27 January 2010
  • Conclusion: The Acer Aspire One (D250-1958) is sure to be a best-selling netbook because it's cheap, but the typing and navigating experience needs a drastic overhaul.
  • Pros: One of the lightest netbooks available. Pretty cheap. Very good battery life. Two-year Costco warranty.
  • Cons: Bland design. Keyboard is cramped. Touchpad and mouse buttons are too small.
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Acer Aspire One D250

Techworld
24 November 2009
  • Summary: The Acer Aspire One D250 is a netbook running the Google Android operating system. But it's very much a supplement to Windows rather than as an environment you could live and work in.
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Overall 9
8.8

Expert Review

Tweak Town
5 August 2009
  • Excerpt: The most popular netbook brand in the world comes across our test bench today -- the Acer Aspire One.
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Acer Aspire One D250 10.1" netbook D250-1165

Testfreaks blog
11 July 2009
  • Summary: Netbooks have become very popular, primarily due to their size and inexpensive pricing, but also due to the fact that the average person does not need a desktop replacement style laptop.
  • Pros: Decent battery life, Quick and easy to use, Three USB ports and card reader built-in, Thin and lightweight, Nicely made
  • Cons: Comes with annoying things installed, Speakers on bottom and not very loud, Glossy screen, Not very visible in direct sunlight
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Acer Aspire One D250 Review

Liliputing
14 June 2009
  • 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.
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Overall 8
8.0

Acer Aspire One D250 Review

LAPTOP Magazine
27 May 2009
  • 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...
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Overall 9
9.0

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
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Overall 7
7.0

Acer Aspire One D250 review

PC Advisor
31 January 2010
  • Summary: The Acer Aspire One D250 is a netbook running the Google Android operating system. But it's very much a supplement to Windows rather than as an environment you could live and work in.
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