Five Things You Will Love About the Netbook Acer Aspire One

Regardless of whether you are an unapologetic geek (like this writer) who only looks for power in a computer, or a person with a great eye for beauty (who looks for stylishness in a computer), there are at least five things you will have to love about the new Netbook Acer Aspire One.

The first of this is its ‘staying power’ – that is, its ability to sustain itself without access to a main’s power source for what should be long enough periods of time for you to find a place to ‘recharge it.’ Coming with a batter that can keep it powered for 5 straight hours, you surely can’t fault the Netbook Acer Aspire One in this regard.

The second thing you have to love about the Netbook Acer Aspire One (and especially latter models of it like the Acer Aspire One AOD150 Netbook) is its immense storage space. It surely says something about the evolution of computer storage when a device of Netbook Acer Aspire One’s size can provide a whopping 160 Giga Bytes (yes, that is Giga Bytes); when a computer the size of a building just a few decades ago could barely provide a mega byte of storage with those bulky magnetic drums of the fore. Just imagine what you could do with 160 Gigabytes of data. You could load hundreds of programs onto the computer (though of course you need not to) and still be left with storage space to spare. You could store thousands of photos, videos, and audio files onto it, and still have space to spare… and you get the drift.

The third thing you have to love about the Netbook Acer One is the immense computing power it comes with. This is mainly thanks to the Intel atom processor on which it is based, which when combined with its considerable RAM (Random access memory) and of course the immense ‘secondary’ storage space previously explored, makes it a very powerful computer in all aspects indeed.

The fourth thing you have to love about the Netbook Acer One is its size. Otherwise what would you say about a computer (with the computing power of some older mainframes) that is barely an inch thick, less than 8 inches in width, and just over 10 inches in length – which is what the latest models of the Acer Aspire One Netbook – like netbook Acer Aspire One AOD150-1920 10.1-Inch Ruby Red measure? And would be faulted for falling in love with the Netbook Acer Aspire One when you take into consideration the fact that it weights just under 3 pounds – which works to just under one and a half kilograms? Obviously, this is one of the most compact (and lightest) computers you will ever come across.

The fifth thing you have to love about the Netbook Acer Aspire One is its internet connectivity: an important attribute in a ‘netbook’ which, by definition, is primarily meant to serve as a conduit to the Internet.’ As it turns out the Netbook Acer Aspire One connects to the Internet through an Invilink 802.11 B/G link, which gives it a great affinity for Internet connectivity, of course with all the wonders of the Internet in tow.