Aspire one D255
is a great netbook on the road because it's light and easy to carry. The aspire one's looks are somewhat better compare to some netbooks I saw in the market. It has a glossy lid and a matte finish around the keyboard. It is available in four colors (black, red, white and brown). I have a white one and I have it for almost 5 months now.
My experience with this netbook is fine. It comes with 1gb DDR3 memory, but I find too slow for me so I upgrade it to 2gb. For the price it is a bargain. You will get an Intel Atom (Dual-core) Processor N550 (1.5GHz, 1MB l2 Cache). It delivers an excellent power for an excellent price. The connectivity is great. You'll get a 3 2.0USB ports, VGA connector, an Ethernet, SD/MMC card reader and 802.11n wireless. Although 3.0 USB, HDMI and bluetooth are missing it doesn't affect me because I don't use it most often. The 10.1 display is excellent. It shows a nice contrast in colors although I haven't used it some bright places so I don't know how it would look in too much light. The keyboards have a good spacing and the size of every key is good. It's easy to type unlike in some other netbooks. The touchpad is great it hasn't gave me problems yet. The product comes with an 250gb and it is good enough for my music and pictures. The capacity doesn't bother me because I have an external hard drive where I can save my bigger files.
The product comes with an Windows 7 starter operating system and Microsoft Office 2010 starter which is a bit downside because you have to pay for the full version of Microsoft Office before you can use the Microsoft Publisher, PowerPoint and etc. Good thing there is a site where I can get Office 2010 for as low as £30.
All in all, this is a great netbook for its price. I would recomment this if you only have a budget of up to £190.