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Acer Aspire ONE A110-1295 8.9″ Netbook - Atom N270 1.6 GHz - 512 MB RAM - 8 GB SSD - White
June 2008 · Acer · Acer Aspire · Aspire ONE · Solid State Drive · Linux · Netbook · Intel GPU · 8 GB drive · 8.9 inch
Acer redefines mobile connectivity with the Aspire one, a notebook packed with fun and powerful computing features in a diminutive 8.9" form factor weighing as little as 2.2 lb. Aimed at business professionals, students and world travelers, it offers a choice of operating systems ...
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- Acer Aspire One (Linpus Linux Lite, White) ReviewPros: Attractive, slim design; big keyboard for such a small system; affordable.
Cons: Only 512MB of RAM limits performance; wimpy battery life; no Bluetooth.
Bottom Line: The Acer Aspire One is easily the best of the current under-$400 Netbooks, but its meager allotment of memory and tiny battery limit its appeal.
With recent entries from Asus, MSI, Sylvania, and models from Dell and Lenovo on the way, the Netbook field is becoming increasingly crowded. While many of the second-generation Netbooks are creeping toward mainstream laptop prices, we're pleased to see the smart-looking Acer Aspire One holding the line at $379, without skimping too much on features or design.
Despite the wallet-friendly price and large keyboard, we have a few reservations. For one, the system comes with only 512MB of RAM, which limits its performance. For another, the battery life is nearly as bad as that of the otherwise excellent MSI Wind; both hover about the 2-hour mark--far too little juice for such a mobile machine. And the Linux OS of our review unit limits its mass appeal, though we're pleased to see that an XP Home version of the Aspire One also includes 1GB of memory and a 120GB (spinning) hard drive for only $20 more.
Still, this is easily the best all-around Netbook we've seen for less than $400, altho ...Read full review
- Great little netbook !Great little laptop for browsing the web, checking mail and creating documents. I customized and changed the out of box Linpus interface with xfce desktop for a better look and feel. I do have some linux experience though and if you aren t comfortable with making changes keep the standard Linpus installed on this unit.I have had this unit for about a month now and am still impressed! Wireless is quick good, sd storage is decent (although I added addional 4gb for storage) and display is great. Great price with the cc card purchase option (be sure to pay it off right away though! Nice job Acer! Read full review
- Acer Aspire OnePros: CPU 1.6GHZ for size it is great speed. Fast start 7 secs stock. SDHC 2 slots, good ram , perfect for school and work about 1 lbs
Cons: only thing i can think of is i dont know the OS well yet
shopping for netbooks? get this one. I did my home work and for the price vs what you get this is 200$ better then others and even better then the msi windRead full review
|Operating System||Linux Linpus Lite|
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|CPU||Intel Atom N270 / 1.6 GHz|