Excerpt: "...which came with an older Acer computer that I purchased years ago. 'microsoft Office' starter arrives preinstalled within this computer. I like the fact that I don't have to deal with getting trial computer software expiring on my own computer. The downside is that this softer severely limits functionality. I hate that there will always be ads displayed at any time when I am using Microsoft 'office' unless I pay to upgrade to the full version. The ...
quite nice netbook; RAM replacement not for faint hearted
Man of Kent "Dave B", Amazon
10 November 2011
Summary: Quite a nice netbook. Small & light for the screen size (compared with Samsung NF210 which I also have). Screen is nice & clear, keys & touchpad responsive. Beware trying to upgrade RAM to 2GB - not for novices/faint-hearted. I ordered it before I realised. Need to remove keyboard, push back off, insert the memory itself, then reverse to get it back together. With the 2GB it's reasonable, runs Office 2010 fine, internet etc. Without, it's a bit slow, hence only stars.
Summary: This netbook is very small and light. It's good if you type a lot because the keyboard is not that small. I would say this is the netbook for you if you are more interested in quality and practicity than design. The charger is not very good though. It stopped working after a few months.
Summary: There are now more better processors than atom, i'l recommend you better choose AMD for netbooks plus they are cheaper. The new AMD E350 processor is the best right now for netbooks coz it already has a graphics chip along the processor so it is better for a little advance 3D, gaming perhaps.. ASUS is the best choice for netbooks with cheaper cost and great quality.. ASUS 1015B or 1215B is the new model with AMD E350..
Pros: Keyboard, camera, slim size, weight
Cons: touchpad scrolling kinda not good, plastic feel, not the best design, processor