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Acer Aspire One D270 LU.SGA0D.018 10.1 inch Netbook - Black (Intel Atom N2600 1.6GHz, 1GB RAM, 320GB HDD, LAN, WLAN, Webcam, Windows 7 Starter)
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- Impressive operation - these netbooks feature widescreen displays and runs on the Intel Atom dual-core processor that provides smooth performance while conserving power
- Effortless connectivity - the D270 provides both wired and wireless web surfing, email and social networking status updates anytime, and a built-in webcam for quality face-time with family and friends
- Easy mobility - small and light, the D270 fits nicely in a backpack or handbag. And, you'll get up to 8 hours of juice with one charge of the Acer MiniGo adapter
- Glossy, glittery cover with smoothly textured water ripples
- Built in Webcam with Acer VCM (Video Conference Manager)
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Aspire One D270 - Small Size and Great Fun, Wherever You Go
The Acer Aspire One D270 is a stylish and comfortable netbook with HDMI connectivity for immersive fun and work on the go. Designed to be stylish and ultra-thin, you can stay mobile with either 4 or 8 hours* of battery power (varies by model) and still enjoy your favourite media on the 10.1” LED-backlit LCD. Easy usability and smart design features make this netbook ideal for everyday computing on the go.
Time and distance are barriers that were meant to be broken with the Acer Aspire One D270. It's easy to interact with friends and family across continents anytime you wish thanks to the Aspire One D270's advanced communication technologies.
Use the built-in 802.11b/g/n Wi-Fi for fast reliable connections to hotspots at home or when you're out and about. You can also plug yourself into a home or office network with the included Ethernet port.
A fast connection is perfect for video conferencing, or chats with friends. With the Aspire One D270's built-in webcam, you'll be able to easily use Skype, MSN Online Messenger and more to video chat with friends and family across the globe. You'll also find the included Acer Video Conference Manager enhances the quality of video conferencing and allows for real time sharing of applications, photos and documents.
The Aspire One D270 may be small, but when it comes to power you'll find that the new Intel N2600 Atom processor is energy efficient yet packs a punch with dual cores and Intel Hyper Threading technology. It also includes the new Graphics Media Accelerator 3600, designed to offer better performance with HD media playback. The N2600 also includes support for fast DDR3 memory, which offers twice the speed of DDR2, ensuring faster, more efficient multitasking.
Your favourite films and internet media look great on the 10.1” LED-backlit LCD. Want to share your films on a larger screen? The built-in HDMI interface supports exceptional high-definition viewing on a full range of peripherals. Perfect for connecting to a big-screen HDTV, plugging a HDMI cable into your netbook allows the transmission of both audio and high-definition video, up to a 1080p resolution. You'll find lots of compatible HDMI devices are now available, or already in your home, so the Aspire One D270 will fit perfectly into your digital life.
The Aspire One D270 features a choice of glossy, glittery covers enhanced with a smoothly textured water-ripple design, ensuring you'll stand out from the crowd when using your netbook. You'll also find the Acer MiniGo AC adapter to be slim and simple, making it easier to power your netbook on the move. The Acer MiniGo adapter is 40% lighter than the previous 30 W adapter for optimal mobility.
Small Form, Big Functionality
The Aspire D270 is less than 1" thin and about 1.2 kg, so it's easy to carry wherever work or play takes you. Ultraportable yet fitted with regular-size notebook ergonomics, this netbook features a 93% standard-size keyboard with bigger keys for comfortable typing, and a wide multi-gesture touchpad for mouseless, fingertip navigation and control.
Who needs a mouse? Thanks to Acer's multi-gesture touchpad technology you'll quickly be controlling your netbook without one.
- Scroll - Navigate web pages, files, music playlists and photos using a two-finger vertical scroll motion.
- Pinch - Pinch to zoom in and out of application windows.
- Flip - Browse photos, websites, documents and photo albums with a back-and-forth, two-finger horizontal slide motion.
- Rotate - Rotate images 90 degrees in either direction with a two-finger pivot motion.
This PC also includes all the benefits of Windows 7, helping you to simplify everyday tasks, make complicated tasks (such as setting up a new network) easier, and enjoy the many features of Window Media Center. A faster, safer and more reliable operating system for your digital life.
* Actual battery life varies by usage, settings, and operating conditions. The listed battery life is based on MobileMark 2007 productivity mode testing with wireless on. Details of MobileMark2007 testing are available at the BAPCo website. Battery life rating is for comparison purposes only. Actual battery life varies by model, configuration, applications, power management settings, operating conditions, and utilized features. A battery’s maximum capacity decreases with time and use.
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Camera works fine.Battery life is good so far. I have no complaints about it. Speed is good but would caution that if you are expecting a high speed performing machine, then go in for something else.
It slips into my pocket easily as if it was a tablet. Ideal to carry out and about. I connected an external DVD writer and it worked straight away.
Comes ready with Skype and McAfee 2 months free antivirus protection.
Whilst it is a nicely presented machine with a better than expected display quality and of course an HDMI out port; when using the machine generally, and especially using Internet Explorer, it just seemed to lack zip and there was noticeable latency when moving between websites.
Having read some reviews and also having seen the strip down procedure on YouTube, I decided to upgrade the RAM to 2Gb - MUCH better! The machine is now a lot more responsive and is a joy to use. The HDMI out works well and hooks up nicely to a TV and the battery life is quite good - although I did get a completely dead machine when the battery had run out and despite being connected to the charger, it failed to charge or turn on until I disconnected it from the charger and physically removed the battery. I then re-inserted the battery and reconnected it to the charger and it booted up just fine - it's also been OK since ...
I feel Acer are pushing their luck with 1Gb equipped machines running Windows 7 .... so buy a 2Gb version or be prepared to spend a tenner on a 2Gb RAM DIMM and fit it yourself.
After the machine arrived I took another look at the pricing and found that Black was the cheapest and the White more expensive. Who says we buy what we really want instead of what Amazon wants us to. Still a great fan of Amazon though.
Now, this is the second netbook in the same series that I've bought. My first one got commandeered after my wife started to use it and I couldn't get a look in. So I got my own - which is actually better than hers, so there.
There's a slight change in spec from the previous model, mainly in that this version has a Dual Core Processor and different Graphics Engine; a higher capacity hard drive; and an HDMI output ( although I haven't tried this yet and not sure if Windows 7 Starter supports it).
The 1Gbyte memory it comes with isn't really enough so I bought a 2Gbyte module and fitted this. The instructions are the same as in my previous review.
It's certainly noticeably snapper in use than my wife's machine - YES!!! other than that its much the same. Didn't come with Android as the previous machine but that's no great loss in my opinion.
I bought this instead of an iPad or other tablet for a number of reasons. Cost is obviously one but a machine that functions just like a desktop PC and will run virtually all the software that I have on my workstation was very appealing. And a real keyboard and no annoying - sent from my iPad messages in my emails.
As a photographer I needed something onto which I could download Gigabytes of image data that results from a trip, plus I can geotag, organise the images and rate them ready to transfer to the workstation on return. I also control my camera from this to produce timelapse videos. FYI I'm running Adobe Lightroom, GBTimelapse and Geosetter. Obviously not as fast as the workstation but a workflow I'm familiar with and a seamless transition on return.
The screen is sharp and bright - I wouldn't use it for image processing though. The viewing angle is much less than my laptop or workstation but does prevent people reading your screen if they are sitting next to you on a plane for example.
Keyboard is a little small but I can make just the same mistakes as I do on a full size keyboard - probably using less fingers.
Touchpad is Ok but not that smooth a surface to slide around on. The gesture functions (a tablet thing) don't work that well so I'll probably forget all about them.
All in all another great machine
it has vga port(still standard for most projectors,and tablets don't have it),hdmi, lan, mic, usb ports, it has win7, you can install all programs,for full use, like ms office, adobe suites, etc, download legal torrents with utorrent, etc, things that NO TABLET comes even close...its perfect for mobility,presentations,surfing,movies, 8 hours battery, you can do everything you do with
normal computers or expensive laptops, except high end gaming! so..netbooks still outdo tablets in my opinion for price/value choices in general(except for the quality of the screen, but that also depends on the model of either netbooks or tablets!).
Upgraded to 2Gb. The hint from Amazon - 204-pin SODIMM, DDR3 PC3-10600 - works great, though very fiddly to change (remove keyboard to access screws and lug to remove base cover (don't take out the keyboard connector, and be determined with the keyboard clips and the cover lug) - there's a video on YouTube).
Removed all the optional software (installed Microsoft Security Essentials), and Windows 7 starter is fine - I for one prefer it to be basic. It just sits there with a number of tabs open on internet explorer, and I can flick between them and others fine. Very fast to start up from suspend states (after closing the lid).
The smaller keyboard takes some getting used to - I miss the 'home' and 'end' keys (available through the fn shift), and the mouse pad has a couple of tricks to help scrolling. Screen is bright, though (obviously) small. It needs web designers to get rid of large headers, so we can see what they want us to see.
All in all happy.
An update, two months later, and I'm still happy, though unfortunately it is with a direct replacement - the fan on the first became excessively noisy. Thankfully, Amazon were fantastic in their return and replace.