Acer Aspire One Review

Posted: Jun 5 2008, 7:32am CDT | by , Updated: Aug 11 2010, 8:33am CDT, in News | Review Ticker


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Hexus got a chance to spend some time with the new Acer Aspire One at the Computex 2008.

Quote from the brief review: "Playing around on the Linux version - on which Acer will ship a Vista-like GUI that links web browsing, emailing, word processing, and multimedia support - navigation between panes was a little slow compared to a full-sized laptop. Further, opening up concurrent applications caused the sample model to slow to a crawl, but that should be remedied with more system RAM. Acer steadfastedly maintained that the Aspire One isn't designed as a traditional laptop replacement. Rather, it's pitched as an on-the-go machine. In that respect, it does well, and has a subjectively nicer feel about it than the Eee PC in its various incarnations."
Read the full review on Hexus.

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