Acer Aspire One 10.1” Netbook with Accessory Kit


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Acer Aspire One 10.1” Netbook with Accessory Kit
$239.99 + $5 Shipping
Condition: Refurbished Netbook, New Accessory Kit

Product List:

  • Acer AOD250 10.1” N270 3 Cell Netbook with iHome IH-B936NR/IH-B934NB 3-in-1 Netbook Accessory Kit

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#3

Got one of these in Jan for $219.99 with no ‘accessory’ kit. This little thing is a champ for what we need it to do.

However, not sure $20 more for the matching headphones and mouse is worth it. This thing has several usb ports already, so I am not sure what a 5-port hub adds to this thing, since it is not made to be a massive rig.


#4

Easily upgradable to Vista and/or 7? I ask because XP will be extinct soon!


#5

Good thing these come with a mouse because the touchpad is very sub-par on these netbooks.


#6

I wonder a good deal about streaming video capabilities. Perhaps from now on I should read the review from Woot first.


#7

N270 + 3 Cell… could you ask for less with a 10" screen?


#8

These are great for travel, web surfing, basic usage… Not a supercomputer, but it’s not meant to be…


#9

Why would you want to ? … Xp is fine on a netbook.


#10

Have one with Bluetooth. LOVE IT! I got 2 for the kids too. I am a power user and I travel the world with it. I have the big battery (5-6 hours). Great on planes and weighs nothing. Grab it while you can… If you need something small and easy all of the negatives about the a small keyboard and track pad are no big deal compared to the amazing convenience. I used to pay this $$$ for RAM.


#11

I have one and it’s great for the coffee shop and for keeping travel weight light, and it beats lugging around a big laptop, but for watching movies on hulu and netflix, not so much…


#12

Previous Woot - 3-cell battery.


#13

I downloaded a more specific driver for the touchpad (which enabled a few more settings) and I think it works great. Dunno why the driver didn’t come already installed, but it was worth the extra effort for me!


#14

How does this compare to the Dell Mini 10v?


#15

XP is fine, 7 is better.


#16

I paid $279 a month ago for the six cell Acer with carry case, mouse and DVD.
Works great and the battery last forever.


#17

windows 7 starter is a snap for those who want to upgrade and it runs well on it


#18

How about linux? Which distribution works better in these?


#19

i concur


#20

Wooted a D150 6-cell in November. The third one they sent is working beautifully! Ima using it now! 6 cell battery easily lasts 7-8 hours. Networking is a snap. Luv it!!!