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The Aspire ONE is Acer's first 8.9" notebook powered by the Intel Atom processor, providing leading performance for your Internet centric lifestyle. The ultra small and slim form factor reflects your ...

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Compact and easy to transport

Very slow when on the internet

~A super cheap, super slow net book!~ When looking for a super cheap net book that could be used as a small portable device to surf the net with for use when away from the home, I came across the Acer Aspire One series A150 Bb model in a local electrical product store. At the time of purchase the...

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“My little travel companion”

published 12/05/2010

Small, neat, fast, nice looking, inbuilt webcam an...

pathetic battery life

Acer Aspire One A150 Netbook, Windows XP Home, 8.9-inch Crystalbrite TFT LCD, 1GB RAM, 160GB HDD, Intel Atom Processor N270 1.60 Ghz (Blue) I WANT A SMALLER LAPTOP SO>>> With my latest Dooyoo Amazon vouchers plus some others from various review sites I decided that I would treat myself to a mini...

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Excellent

Small, lightweight, great performer. Can handle so...

None for the Netbook, but Linux version is rubbish...

Johnny Cochran was duck hunting in Montana recently, when he attempted to cross a fence into a field to retrieve a duck he had shot. A farmer suddenly pulled up in his pick-up truck, jumped out, and asked Mr.Cochran what he was doing on his property. "Retrieving this duck that I just shot", he...

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Excellent

Cheap Powerfull machine

No Optical drive

I have had my Acer Aspire One for about 3 months and it has never failed me. I will review everything that should be considered before buying. Speed: Well this depends on the model you are going to buy, I own the Linux version with 1GB of ram, which is probably the fastest AAO you are going to...

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“Good, Cheap Notebook”

published 12/11/2008

Cheap, good battery life, Wi-Fi, Lightweight

No Bluetooth

The Acer Aspire One model is a notebook I recently bought from PC world, it was on offer for £199. I needed a cheap notebook to carry out simple tasks such as using MS office and run some simple accounts software. I also wanted Wi-Fi to access the internet via my home PC router, so this notebook...

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Super

Great value for money; nice keyboard for the size.

Short battery life, no built-in 3G, unconventional...

This is Acer's entry into the netbook arena and mostly it's a pretty good machine. You get the same Atom CPU as is in most of the other leading contenders, a 1024x600 9-inch screen, 1GB RAM, 160GB Hard drive, 3USB ports and a webcam. This is all for a price a bit less than the competition...

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Excellent

“Acer Aspire One = Number 1!”

published 05/11/2008

Small, light, comparativley powerful

No external DVD drive provided. Protective sleeve

I purchased this laptop for my wife to do do her training work on, also she didn't want to carry my luggable! We went for the 1GB RAM, 120GB HDD Linux model in Blue for about £250. Out of the box its a good looking machine, the glossy blue finish is nice, but instantly prone to fingerprint marks...

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“One sexy Net Book!!”

published 07/02/2009

Small for travelling, Fast, Stylish, Great Battery...

No Cd Drive:(

Hello everyone and welcome to this review. Well... Unfortunately my old HP laptop had reached the end of its life; it was time to get a new one. Im surprised that it lasted as long as it did considering the amount of times I drop my laptops. After researching on the web for a while I got a bit...

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Excellent

“Aspire one Small But Mighty”

published 25/01/2009

Ease Of Use, Size, Out Of Box compatible, Good loo...

Awkward Touchpad, Poor Battery

I bought this version of the acer aspire one before christmas 2008. Since I bought mine my mother brother and next door neighbour have all been so impressed that they to have purchased the exact same machine. My machine came pre installed with Linpus lite (lunix) which is a little strange if your...

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Excellent

“The best value netbook? yes!”

published 25/06/2009

Price, performance, choice of colours

sound

Sure, it might not smack you in the face and say 'look at me, i'm shiny!' but the acer aspire one has got to be the most reliable, sturdy and best value netbooks around. Starting of, as i usually do, with a summary of the style of the product, the acer aspire one won't win any beauty paegents...

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Super

Fast, portable, comfortable, pretty variety of col...

No DVD drive, low battery life, gets hot, Linux cr...

As we all know, a new type of machine is out, called the netbook. These were built for ease of use, speed and portability. Does the Aspire One fulfill these factors? Yes, perfectly. The Acer Aspire One is, in my opinion, one of the best netbooks on the market. I grabbed of these for my birthday...

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Super

very portable and sleek

Might not be very durable. You will miss a dvd pla...

Okay ! This baby has an integrated web cam over the top of the screen. Acer Aspire one is just what we were waiting for. It is a handy net book; women can even place it in their handbag. Men however have to use the portable bag that comes along. Here are some of its features: Intel Atom processor...

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Size, ability to access various internet browsers ...

Small memory compared to conventional laptops

This laptop was bought in order to aid my study as I needed to be able to access the internet and write word documents as part of my A level course. I use it with mobile broadband and it is compatible and provides a good internet service, if a little slower than its larger counterparts. The...

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Excellent

CHEAP, DURABLE, DOES EXACTLY WHAT IT SAID ON THE T...

GLOSSY SCREEN, BATTERY LIFE, POOR SPEAKERS

I bought this laptop because I needed a cheap, reliable way to get online. At first It had Linpus Linux OS which to be honest is a waste of time however it was easy to use but it lacked in compatibility to other software and hardware, that is when I realised I should have payed a bit extra to get...

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Excellent

“Acer Aspire Notebook - Fab!”

published 01/07/2009

Easy to use, seems virus free

short battery life

I LOVE my Acer Aspire One. It is sooo easy to use, and reliable. I was a little concerned about using Linux rather than Windows, but there isn't much difference. Linux uses far less memory and is intuitive to use. Memory can be upgraded easily with a micro SD card - I got an 8 Gb from Amazon for...

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