Reviews and Problems with Acer Aspire One D270-series
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Great piece of equipment
26 August 2013
Summary: Excellent piece of the equipment, runs great and perform pretty fast and the best is that is light and powerfull with 320 GB of memory and 10.1 screen and HDMI port outlet with a faster intel atom dual core chipset.
Summary: I work with a lot of teenagers and see what is fast, efficient or not regarding electronics. After spending a long time, probably a year, contemplating what kind of device would suit me best, I have rejected smartphones (why squint and suffer with a tiny screen plus expensive data plans) as well as Apple products because from what I see with Apple, the device is just the down payment. Every app costs!
Summary: Money well spent no problems so far came on time an in nice condition no damage or scratches. I will be buying another for my daughter for Christmas the price was just right an I hope later it will be the same or lower price when I get a second one.
Summary: Just recently purchased this for any traveling I might do, and to take around on yard checks for my rescue and adoption group. We adopt out turtles and tortoises, and when someone is adopting a desert tortoise, there are Dept of Fish & Wildlife guidelines for what makes a yard safe and secure.
Summary: This netbook has so many issues! Mostly, it's slow! Even when I'm using google chrome! And it freezes and crashes constantly! I've only had it a few months and only used it about 5 times because it's so frustrating to use and it's been this way since I first ever opened and used it!
Summary: have had for bout a week or so and havent had any problems with it. sometimes its a little slow. im still getting use to windows 7 starter os. its a little different from windows 7. i play around on it and eventually find out how to change settings.
Summary: First order of business after taking delivery of the Acer Aspire One AOD270-1375 was to replace Microsoft Windows with the latest version of CrunchBang Linux. Installation of CrunchBang was uneventfully easy, yielding a responsive industrial-strength computing tool. This computer is a good economical buy for those able to use Linux. The Ubuntu-based Linux Mint v14.1 Cinnamon aborted with an X-server error during start-up.
Summary: I'm busy and so are you - bullet list time! Pros -Cheap -It works -8 hour battery life -Tiny and super duper portable -Does everything I want it to (mostly) -HDMI port (it doesn't show that in the pictures!) Cons -Graphics / drivers are iffy. Won't run many (older) games (that can be run by these specs), but that's okay - it's not meant for games. -Atom N2600 / GMA 3600 graphics poorly supported by Linux (I put Crunchbang on mine, works okay but off a single core?