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Acer Aspire One D150, 10.1 Inch Netbook (Intel Atom N280, 1.66 GHz, 1 GB RAM, 160 GB, XP Home, up to 7 Hours Battery Life, Bluetooth, White)

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  • 10.1-inch netbook computer with 6-cell battery (up to 7 hours life)
  • Widescreen 10.1-inch screen for broader vision and convenient navigation
  • Intel Atom N280 Processor, 1.66GHz,533 MHz FSB, 512 KB L2 Cache
  • 1GB RAM memory and 160GB HDD
  • Larger 89% size keyboard and newly redesigned front track pad buttons

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Technical Details
BrandAcer
Item Weight1.3 Kg
Product Dimensions32.8 x 23.8 x 12.2 cm
Item model numberLU.S550B.022
SeriesAspire ONE D150-1BW
ColorWhite
Form FactorNetBook
Screen Size10.1 inches
Processor BrandIntel®
Processor Speed1.66 GHz
Processor Count1
RAM Size1 GB
Hard Drive Size160 GB
Graphics Card DescriptionMedia Accelerator 950
Operating SystemWindows XP Home
Average Battery Life (in hours)3 hours
Lithium Battery Energy Content23 watt_hours
Lithium Battery Packagingbatteries_packed_with_equipment
Lithium Battery Weight165 Grams
Number Of Lithium Ion Cells3
  
Additional Information
ASINB001Q3LXDS
Best Sellers Rank 127,080 in Computers (See top 100)
Shipping Weight2.6 Kg
Date First Available19 Jan. 2009
  
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Box Contains

  • D150b - White Net Book
  • Power Cord
  • Battery Pack
  • Warranty Registration Card


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    A friend recently bought a mini-laptop and got me thinking about replacing my old Dell Inspiron(well not so old but broken). A search of reviews online found the Acer Aspire 1, which seemed the most reasonable for the specs and price. At the same time I bought my father a HP model, quite a bit more expensive .

    I'm a heavy computer user so I was worried it wouldn't cope with vigorous use and heavy apps I'm running. So far it's handled everything I've thrown at it, everything I used to do on my 'regular' laptop. The HP one and my flatmate's new Samsung mini have the exact same specs, they just look a bit more stylish. I'm happy in saying that I have the same laptop as them just 150 quid less expensive.

    I should add that I've started using the Aspire One a lot more than my old laptop. It's portability and battery life make it brilliant for bringing around and I dont feel like such a fool pulling it out on public transport or bringing it to a friends place on the weekend. I can bring it away when I leave the country also - the old one was a bit too big for that.

    Plus the wireless range is longer than that of any other machine I have, even my PC with an external aerial I paid e50 for!

    Pros - Long battery, portability , extremely long wireless range, can do anything a bigger laptop can.

    Cons - Not as stylish as it's rivals, mouse button a bit lame (all the others I've used are the same or worse tho), could do with larger keyboard buttons like the new Samsung
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    many people had said stay away from web books i got this thursday within 5 mins i was on the net and had it on my home network sahring files and printing

    its so fast its unbelivable

    NOTE NOT NOVICES:- there is no cd rom drive so if you want to install anything you need an external cd drive

    but this is a class machine for taking abroad i got it for logging onto work remotely whilst in the States

    a fantastic little machine quiet fast and easy to use

    definately recoment it for a little portable machine but if you want something to use all the time to do work etc on spreadsheets and documends in office although this works i would get a larger laptop these ar cool for helping out on your travels as a stop gap to get work done or say to stop boredom
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    The laptop itself is fantastic and the keyboard doesn't take that long to get used to. All in all worth 5 stars if it had completely matched the description.

    The problem is that in the description it says that it would come with the 4400 mAh battery. Mine however came with a standard 2200 mAh one. This limits it's uses since I still have to remember to carry the recharger around if I want to keep using it for a bit longer time which I always do.

    Another negative point is that while I was looking for larger extra battery I noticed that it's not clear whether the Aspire One A-series batteries are fully compatible with the D-series.

    So not only would I have to pay extra to get full use out of my laptop, I also can't be sure that the extra money won't get wasted. Otherwise it's just fantastic.
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    We bought our son an Acer laptop when he went to university and it's still going strong four years later. We also have a couple of Acer widescreen monitors that have worked flawlessly for the last three years, so we are Acer fans. This Acer netbook was advertised on Amazon at an unbelievable price, especially for a machine with the newer N280 processor. We upgraded the memory to 2Gb (simply slot it in - nothing difficult) and this really is a great little machine. The battery lasts for 6 hours on average - it's the 6-cell battery. Works really well with Microsoft Office, OpenOffice - I can even play a (small) Cubase 5 project using Asio4All! Very clear screen, very useable keyboard. I haven't seen anything that approaches this for value.
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    A good portable computer with a 7hr plus battery life whch is excellent for using when you cannot get to the mains. The computer will play some older games without problem but the graphics are not up tp the newer games. I added extra memory which is simple and you only have to remove one panel in the back.
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    I am total satisfied with my new acer its light boots up fast and is fit for purpose Emailing and surfing the screen is sharp and crystal clear. When I was stuck once I had to use Publisher on the Aspire to design and edit a complex posters. It has ample memory for what I require if I need more I can quickly attach it to an external drive. If I have one criticism the pre installed McAfee security centre, when I came to renew I was reminded of the cost in dollars plus I could not pay, it would not accept Maestro. Fine if you have visa or MasterCard.
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    Very pleased - just what I needed - something easy to take around to use for my textile design work and genealogy research. Word of advice: I had to purchase CDRW to use with it and my only criticism; not enough instructions for setting it up for non IT geeks like myself!
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    great replacement for my dead laptop. Nice and quick and easy to setup wireless compared to previous machines. And battery life really does last 7 hours. Finding the mouse pad left click took a bit of getting used to. Using double click on the pad is quicker.
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