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 Acer Would like One_2.

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PostSubject: Acer Would like One_2.   Mon Oct 17, 2011 2:34 pm

We love the genuine Eee: wonderfully portable, powerful enough and a lot of importantly: perfectly priced. It had become, and still is, an incomparable little machine. At least which has been true until this product bounced along, and won us over similar to the fickle tech-trotters that we are. It's time to begin living the Eee, and make path for a bigger, sexier brand: the Acer Aspire One. Of course the Eee PC 901 will be official replacement for the very first Eee, but this is usually its spiritual successor, due pure and simply to the reality that it is closer to the original sub-notebook. And while we'd be happy enough to use a few more machines that cost less than $600 in the marketplace, regardless of their specification, the Aspire One actually improves over the original Eee 701, and brings it recent. Not least because of the lovely (and larger) 8. 9-inch indicate. This is another outing for the current CPU of pick: the Intel Atom N270. Set to exercise at 1. 6GHz, but with the ease of easing back to 800MHz in an effort to conserve battery life, it's truly a quality one. It's good that dealing clock down as well, because Acer has kitted out this cost-effective Aspire One with a 3-cell 2200mAh battery. Those buying a more serious travelling significant other should grab a six-cell battery pack, but this should be fine for small trips. In order to useful price low, the Aspire One comes bundled by using a customized build of Linux, identified as Linpus Lite. Most of the features you would want are already present, including a versatile media player, OpenOffice together with numerous net tools. The OS itself is convenient, and thanks to its stripped down nature is quick to load to boot. The OS takes away just over 3GB, leaving that you reasonable amount of room for your data. Extra storage can be added to the main drive when using the SD slot on the left of the machine (it'll appear in concert continuous area), while a storage device reader on the right acts a lot more like traditional expansion. There's no Bluetooth support as usual though, so you'll need a wired mouse unless one fancy your dexterity when using the tiny touchpad. The key board is surprisingly usable mind. Overall, the Aspire You're an impressive addition to the sub-notebook genre. It's ultra powerful, versatile and affordable. We'll really need to admit to preferring any MSI Wind U100, owing to its sizable hard drive and the slightly more games-friendly Windows main system, but if you're expense plan can't quite stretch to this (or you relish the challenge of Linux), than it's definitely worth the capital.
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