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Netbook Acer Aspire One Ao756-967b4kk32_4c Intel Pent 967b 11.6", Hd 3

alaTest has collected and analyzed 6 reviews of Netbook Acer Aspire One Ao756-967b4kk32_4c Intel Pent 967b 11.6", Hd 3. The average rating for this product is 3.9/5, compared to an average rating of 4.1/5 for other Netbooks (Mini-laptops) for all reviews. Reviewers really like the battery and usability. The portability and durability also get good reviews. Some have doubts about the touchpad and keyboard, and reviews are divided on the design.

screen, durability, portability, usability, battery

keyboard, touchpad

On average, users rate this product 77/100.

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Great

 

It took me 2 months to find a netbook thst met my specific requirements. I wanted something running windows 7, 64-bit, but also power saving without sacrificing processing power. This covered all those factors

Its a netbook without an atom or E-series processor ; 64-bit, unlike almost every other netbook at tiem time I bought it ; 4GB DDR3 1333, which can be upgraded to 8 ; Processor acutally runs games pretty well (Runs Minecraft, Team Fortress 2, Left for...

The track pad did not work. That is the ONLY reason I am taking an egg off. i needed it for my externship, so I couldn't return it for another, and it was shortly discontinued after I bought it. I don't care anyway as I HATE using trackpads

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Nice for basics

 

I bought this to use for remote desktop to business workstations/servers while on the go. I also use it for Office, Outlook as needed. Works great!

Great for on the go. Windows 8 is great (once you get to know it). Think of the start screen as the old start menu and you will be fine

My big hands have a hard time typing without touching the touch pad (wireless keyboard fixes that)

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Nice Machine

 

I didn't use the installed Windows 7 image so I can't comment on it. From the other posters it seems much has not changed from the days of Windows 98 as far as loaded trialware and bloat.

The laptop is very lightweight. Hardly noticable when totting it around. Enough processor power to do average computing (web browsing, email, multimedia, development work). Installed Ubuntu 12.04 and it works fantastically with the hardware. The screen...

The surfaces show finger prints prominently. If this sort of thing gets under your skin, you will be wiping it constantly. The chiclet keyboard design is not everyone's cup of tea, but it is not too annoying

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Constantly dies

 

None

Constantly shuts down after being on for only 1-2 minutes. I'm unable to figure out why, its not hot and its fully charged

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Great Machine

 

I have had this machine for 3 weeks now, and I love it. I installed Ferdora 17 right out of the box, and it runs like a dream. I can watch HD video or edit large photos without any problem. I upgraded to a SSD and 8 GB dual channel ram, and it made a...

Size (Small but not too much) ; Build quality ; Bright screen with a good amout of realestate ; Decent Battey Life (I get 3-4 hours web browsing) ; Nice Chicklet Keyboard

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Nice Netbook

 

If you purchase this netbook to use it as intended, you will be very happy with the purchase.

Compared to my last netbook (Lenovo) this is a great upgrade. The processor is snappy, the speakers are just as loud, despite what the reviews say, and it is thinner and lighter. The camera is really clear and I like the design of the wall charger. The...

The touchpad and integrated buttons are a bit annoying. Sometimes you have to tap more than once, or much harder to click, and the click-and-drag action goes haywire occasionally. Just have to get used to it I guess. Not a big issue for me, I will be...

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