The Acer Aspire One is a netbook that weighs less than a kg, the operating system is Linux. Aspire One is the first rival to the Asus Eee PC. In addition to the version running Linpus Linux Lite version is available with Windows XP.
The Linux version has a memory of 8 GB SSD, 512 MB of RAM, it costs 299 euro, and the second version of 'Aspire One is equipped with operating system Windows XP, with a 80 GB HD and 1 GB of RAM, it costs 399 euro. There is also a version of the Acer Aspire One Intermediate from EUR 349 with 80 GB HD, 2.5 ", 1 GB of RAM memory.
The object version of this review is the cheapest, with 8 GB SSD from the boot where the boot is very fast.The display is the Aspire One 8.9 "CrystalBrite LED backlit LCD with 1024 x 600 pixels in 262,144 colors is also VGA video output to connect an external monitor.
The keypad displays less sacrificed in size than we expected, it is really easy. Better than most netbooks. The distance between the keys is equal to 95% of a traditional keyboard.The Aspire One does not lack anything in terms of connectivity - Wi-Fi b / g, 3 USB ports and Ethernet port. Shame about the lack of Bluetooth connectivity.
The version we're testing these days is cheaper, with 8 GB SSD from the boot where the boot is really fast. We also tested the netbook with a video: good sound got a little 'less than one sent through the integrated microphone, good picture too sent by Crystal Eye webcam, built in the little Acer.