Reviews and Problems with Acer Aspire One D270-series
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With minimal TLC, this product is worth the usual price
1 March 2014
Summary: It's an Acer, so it's fairly reliable. It's a good little machine for a student going to a physical school for note-taking or keeping in touch with family. I'd give it 4 stars but the RAM included needs to be upgraded to 2GB (no more than $75) and the bloatware (Norton!
Average Netbook.... With a few tweaks becomes brilliant.
11 September 2013
Summary: I bought this netbook with the intended purpose of surfing and programming on the move. I hate slow systems and for this reason would normally avoid cheap netbooks. A long with my purchase I bought a 2gb of ram (was unsure about any further expansion outside the 2gb due to conflicting information...
Travel-friendly but you gets what you pays for - cheap components
24 July 2013
Summary: I bought this netbook around 9 months ago now so I think I can give it a fair review after intense usage. I work online so I frequently use this machine 6hrs+ per day. TL;DR - look elsewhere: spend more now, save in the long run PROS - Lightweight - great for traveling - Battery life is very good...
Summary: Its not bad as a portable laptop for writing and surfing with when out and about. I use mine for word-processing only. It is so awfully slow but today I swapped the built-in 1GB RAM with 2GB and it is much faster.
Summary: I believe this is very good value, it suits my purposes. I prefer a 'proper keyboard' and will have one. It has some preinstalled games, protection, Windows 7 Starter and other stuff, unfortunately the machine has crashed and is out of use at present time (mid March).
Underpowered but basically OK machine but crap after sales service
Philip Thomas, Amazon
7 February 2013
Summary: Bought the machine in the full knowledge (40+ years in IT) that it was underpowered so also bought an upgrade of RAM to 2BG (from 1GB supplied). Installing RAM meant removing the keyboard and in so doing the connection to the motherboard (very fragile so beware) broke off.