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I have used this for quite a long time and a satellite for the main laptop (which is also produced my Acer). It is quite a powerful and versatile machine. Actually, the weight and size are making it available to carry without any problems. It is ten inch, so you can easily put it in almost every bag. All the connectivity are allow to use it almost everywhere. I want to make an accent on keyboard. It is really good for a device of such size. It is a pleasure to type on it. The only problem for me was Windows. Personally, I am not quite fond of this OS. After I switched to Mac I sold another my laptop and installed Linux here. Ubuntu runs smoothly. Now I use it as a private server and media player for my tv with external hdd.
Acer comes with the right solution for all your needs. Acer Aspire One D255 is the solution to the needs of acer computers are lightweight and flexible. In addition to the charming appearance and a variety of color options, this new netbook promises better performance and is much more responsive than its predecessor.
Acer Aspire One D255 equipped with the latest Atom processor that offers extra performance. This uses the processor has 2 cores and is capable of running 4 threads at once. This means an increase of all the previous Atom processor which only has 1 core and only able to run two threads at once.
In addition to the processor that has two cores, the new Atom processor is also equipped with the L2 cache memory is 2 times larger than its predecessor that is 1 MB. The combination of the increasing number of cores and cache memory size promises more responsive performance than previous netbooks.
Acer aspire one D255 now comes with 2 Operating System (OS), which is the Windows 7 Starter and Android. To access extra fast or InstantOn, use the Android OS, in a flash you will immediately be ready to surf the Internet. Meanwhile, Windows 7 Starter is available as a main OS that is ready to run your variety of important applications.
My first 'notebook' laptop and definitely good value for money.
Naturally enough the keyboard took a bit of getting used to - and I only have small hands - but by definition that will always be the case for a first notebook.
It has no trouble connecting and staying connected with its built-in wifi - even at work where I am a few rooms away from the router.
As a lower-priced notebook, the capacity, memory etc is all more than adequate for a user like me (somewhere in between occasional and continuous!) the screen quality is excellent, sound great, it's naturally lightweight and looks really sleek. Battery life is excellent - It comfortably runs a couple of hours at a time. More usually, I use it for short periods (10 mins or so) 2 or 3 times a day and it would last me up to a week.
Touch pad and 'click bar' is responsive although there is a tendency to catch it with the thumb occasionally when using the keyboard.
Another advantage is the power socket is the same size as my other ACER laptops, so I only need one cable around at a time.
I'm not a techno-whizz by any means but I did find some response times ever-so-slightly delayed.