Product Type: Acer Netbook
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Acer Aspire One A150-Bb-1GB
Member Name: surj1
Acer Aspire One A150-Bb-1GB
Advantages: Cheap, good battery life, Wi-Fi, Lightweight
Disadvantages: 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 seemed ideal for what I was looking for.
The notebook itself comes with Microsoft Windows XP Home Edition O/S. It has WiFi, Fast Ethernet, and an ultra compact 8.9" WSVGA TFT Screen for crystal clear viewing. The Acer Aspire One A150 has an Intel Atom N270 Processor that runs at 1.6GHz for professional mobility.
Acer redefines mobile connectivity with the Aspire one, also known as a netbook due to it being powerful and acquires net friendly computing features in a compact design weighing as little as 2.2 lb. The Ads for this notebook are aimed at business professionals, students and world travelers, it offers a choice of operating systems, wireless connectivity and Internet access. The Acer Aspire ONE A150 Notebook features 1 GB of RAM and a reasonable 160 GB hard drive.
Visually the Aspire One has an 8.9" CrystalBrite LED backlit LCD with 1024x600 resolution and a integrated CrystalEye webcam that is easy to use and has multiple functions. The Aspire One comes with the Intel Atom processor, built with the world's smallest transistors and designed specifically for low power consumption while delivering the power and performance you need for full online freedom. This makes it ideal for regular home or office use as it is enough for day to day tasks. Also as the notebook is light and compact it is easy to travel with.
- Processor Mfr Intel Processor Speed 1.6GHz Processor AtomTM N270
- Cache standard, primary 0KB Cache standard, secondary 512KB
- Hard Drive 160 GB
- RAM standard 1GB DDR2 SDRAM RAM maximum 1.5GB
- Display 8.9 active-matrix/TFT/XGA Display, maximum resolution 1024 x 600
- Network interface card included
- Wireless NIC included
- Battery Type Lithium Ion
- OS Microsoft Windows XP Home Edition
- Keyboard Details Standard
- Pointing device type TouchPad
- RAM details 1 GB / 1.5 GB (max) DDR2 SDRAM - 533 MHz SO DIMM 200-pin
- Display and video details Intel GMA 950 Dynamic Video Memory Technology 3.0
- Software included; Adobe Acrobat Reader, Acer Launch Manager, Acer eRecovery, McAfee Internet Security Suite (Trial).
- 1 x audio - line-out/headphones - mini-phone stereo 3.5 mm
- 1 x microphone - input - mini-phone 3.5 mm, 3 x Hi-Speed
- USB - 4 pin USB
Dimensions and weight:
- Width, inches 9.8
- Height, inches 1.1
- Depth, inches 6.7
- Weight (lbs) 2.2
What's in the box?
- Acer Aspire ONE A150 Notebook
- Lithium Ion Battery
- AC Adapter
- Power Cord
- 1 year manufacturer's warranty
Overall I was happy with the purchase of the Acer Aspire One A150 as it was exactly what I was looking for at a good price of £199, normally RRP £299. I've not had any problems with the notebook and is still running fine. I wouldn't advice it to play games on as the graphics card would be unable to handle it. One let down is that it doesn't have Bluetooth built in. I didn't need it as I have a Bluetooth dongle but for people who don't it should have been built in as standard. I should also mention the notebook comes in 2 colours which I know of black (Bb) and black white (Bw) the codes are in the model name. The battery lasts me around 4-5 hours which is quite good. I would recommend this notebook for light to medium regular use.
Summary: Good Notebook For Light to Medium regular use
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