Reviews and Problems with Acer Aspire One D270-series
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Really handy, and was a great price..!!!
30 April 2013
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: 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: 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: not a fancy high powered computer, but that's not what it's meant to be upgraded to the 2 GB of ram for better performance works fine but after getting used to more powerful computers it still feels slow I use it primarily as a travel computer and it does satisfy my needs in sum, affordable netbook that does what's it made for.
Sirlyle "A word to the wise ain't necessary -..., Amazon
21 March 2013
Summary: It's an alright laptop. Just really slow at times. I'm planning to put linux on here. Hopefully, that'll speed things up. I think it was a good purchase for the price! Better than getting a $500 tablet. Did I mention this has great battery life? It'll last me about 6-7 hours without the charger!
Summary: I'm not going to get heavily into the details of this machine. It's not the fastest, and running multiple programs simultaneously is never going to work well. It's not a gaming machine, nor a workstation; it's a netbook, and that's how we use it. It does exactly what I wanted it to do, which is access the internet and run a few minor programs. We purchased this sucker to be our stereo computer, with our digital media stored on an external hard drive.