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Acer AOD255E-1802


$329.99 Released January, 2011

Product Shot 1 The Pros:Processor can run most applications very quickly with no noticeable lag. Webcam captures sharp, clear images. Light and well balanced for easy carrying.

The Cons:Gets noticeably hot when playing HD video. Touchpad buttons are difficult to press, doesn't feel natural. Speakers are very weak, do not have a stereo effect.

The Acer AOD255E-1802 is an extremely budget-friendly netbook designed strictly for basic computer access—completing work, browsing the web, and checking email. It builds from the original AOD255E-13444 model by upgrading from a single-core CPU to a dual-core Intel Atom N550 CPU clocked at 1.5GHz.

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This gives it the capacity to much more efficiently and effectively handle multiple simultaneously running applications at once, though there is still a limitation as per the limited 1GB of DDR3 RAM. All in all, the AOD255E-1802 netbook has no real entertainment potential, besides for the purpose of watching low-resolution films. It does however support web conferencing via a webcam and microphone, and ultra-fast network connectivity via the 802.11N wireless standard.

Features

  • Windows 7
  • Intel Atom N550 (1.5GHz)
  • 1GB DDR3 (1066MHz)
  • 10.1" LED Backlit (1024x600)
  • 250GB SATA (5400rpm)
  • Intel GMA
  • Multi Gesture Touchpad
  • Webcam/Microphone
  • Mono Speaker
  • 802.11N
  • Ethernet
  • USB 2.0
  • VGA Video
  • SD/MMC

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    processor can run most applications very quickly with no noticeable lag

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    webcam captures sharp, clear images

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    light and well balanced for easy carrying

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    battery goes a long time between recharges

Cons
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    gets noticeably hot when playing HD video

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    touchpad buttons are difficult to press, doesn't feel natural

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    speakers are very weak, do not have a stereo effect

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    arrow keys are unusually small, a little uncomfortable to work with

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