Reviews and Problems with Acer Aspire One D270-series
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Review Acer Aspire One D270-26Dbb Netbook
3 May 2012
Summary: New model, old performance? The Acer Aspire One D270 offers the latest Intel Atom processor generation based on Intel's Cedar Trail platform. For EUR 300, the buyer even gets a notebook with Bluetooth 4.0 that only a few notebooks feature.
Pros: High battery performance, Elegant design, Bluetooth 4.0, Suitable for outdoor use, In particularly the high battery performance during load convinces us completely.
Cons: Weak system performance, Poor contrast, USB 2.0 only, A fast USB 3.0 port would be state-of-the-art.
Excerpt: The Acer Group is an assortment of four brands-Acer, Gateway, Packard Bell and eMachines, and the intelligent multi-brand strategy allows the global PC giant to offer the most cutting-edge product-line up in each target segment.
Excerpt: The Aspire One AOD270 is a low budget entry level, small screen compact notebook PC from Acer with all the basic features required of a notebook and amazing portability. It is targeted at home makers, students and people who need a small laptop with a pack of good features and lots of portability.
Excerpt: The Acer Group relentlessly endeavours to connect people with technology in the most seamless and fluid fashion by creating an empowering array of hardware, software and services. Kow-towing the endearing legacy of designing IT products that augment the end-user experience to unrivalled levels, Acer...
Conclusion: The Acer Aspire One D270 is a true upgrade in terms of not just hardware, but also performance and battery life. In addition to easily handling normal tasks, the ability to play 1080p videos flawlessly, earns it extra brownie points.
Pros: Good performance; Small and lightweight; Great build quality; Good battery life; Well-priced.
Cons: Keys on the keyboard too close to each other; Trackpad buttons a bit hard to press.