Reviews and Problems with Acer Aspire One Happy-series
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Maria Angelica T. Taeza, Cnet.co.uk
21 November 2012
Summary: I received one of these last year. It's just fine, but like the review says, it's weak for multitasking and it's quite slow, so it's really only for small data thingies. If I had enough money I would've swapped it with a bigger, faster laptop. I still use it, it fell of the table one time, but it's still working. I guess it's just up to how the owner uses it. I just hated the Windows starter OS though, and Android? Never seen it.
Pros: The color, convenience in carrying it everywhere
Excerpt: "So this is my 1st review here so i will try my hardest. I am a get to the point but why trying to tell detail person. PRODUCT BOUGHT acer happy one 1 year ago. Colour pink SPEED I will rate the speed at about a 9/10 when i first got it , the speed amazed me as i thought it wouldnt have been so fast and smooth. at about 6 month it did start to diminish but that would be because i got a virus from an email and also i stopped cleaning it out (ALWAYS ...
Summary: I purchased this netbook and have not enjoyed it atall.It is slow,breaks incredibly easily and is really not worth £250.I hate mine and am looking forward to getting rid of it.The pink cover on mine always comes off but the main problem is how incredibly slow it is.To load google sometimes takes me over two hours.I consequently never use mine and it has just been a useless waste of money.
Summary: I had this netbook for christmas 2011 . I love it , it has an option of booting on Android or Windows. The netbook is small and it is great too get covers for. I use this every day and the battery life lasts 4-5 hours . I love all of the features of it . The bad thing is it dosen't work well with Android, but personally I think it works alright as it is a netbook.
Pros: The battery life , comes in a range ofcolours
Excerpt: "...such, I don't know my Acer from my elbow, and like the Asuses, E-machines and MSIs of this world, the name just kind of reminds me of the unfamilair, slightly sinister brands of German sausage lining the shelves of Aldi. Alpenmark Wienerschnitzel, anyone? I know this is horribly, irredeemably wrong of me - but the Aspire One Happy, despite the name sounding like the kind of dubious English that would adorn a bottle of Japanese lubricant, is my ...
Pros: Looks good, does everything I ask of it, one or two nice unexpected touches .
Summary: perhaps it's good for daily computing,but for gaming,it's not a good choice.acer aspire happy are not happy at all,it just make me feel not happy when i try to play my favourite game.maybe i should buy a better netbook,that has nvidia graphic card,or perform better than this GMA 3150.the truth is,i realy don't like this netbook,happy in the outside,but not in the inside.there is no upgrade option for this machine,everything is fixs,and i always,always not recommend this...
Pros: small and colourfull
Cons: too slow,n550 atom at 1.5 GHz,intel GMA 3150 performance are too bad.
Summary: . I purchased mine for £179.99 I have the baby blue one. This was the second netbook of the same netbook I ended up exchanging for another, because half of the screen went white and couldnt be fixed so took it back. I think this netbook is extremely delicate, the screen itself is very thin and when you need to adjust it, you have to be careful with incase of damage. It has windows 7 starter so you need to upgrade to experience full benefits of the system.
Excerpt: "This is a great laptop. I needed a small, lightweight laptop to take to school, and the aspire one happy is absolutely perfect. It is one of the smallest and lightest laptops available so far, and it looks great too. After 8 months of carrying the laptop in a bag, sometimes without a case, and after not treating it too carefully, it is still in almost perfect condition, with the paint only slightly chipped on the edges. I would recommend this laptop ...
Pros: great weight, very aesthetically pleasing, long battery life
Cons: keys let in dust and dirt, annoying android technology