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Acer Aspire One A110 £166.08@ Dixons + free delivery

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The brand new Acer Aspire One A110AB Netbook offers attractive and affordable technology on the move. Utilising the latest Intel mobile technology with low voltage Intel Atom Processor N270, it also relies on an easy-to-use Linux Lite operating system. Finished in sleek sapphire blue, the A110AB is the first choice for style-conscious users.

At less than 1kg and with a screen size of only 8.9 (CrystalBrite LCD display), the featherweight Acer One A110AB is extremely easy to transport. It comes complete with 8GB Flash Hard Drive enabling you to carry around all your favourite films on the move, while a 512MB memory helps your programmes run smoothly.

Other features include a built-in 0.3 Megapixel webcam, memory card reader and microphone so that you can stay in touch with friends. It is wireless enabled and offers up to 3 hours of battery life, so you can access the Internet wherever you are without the need of a cable.

* Intel Atom N270processor - Energy efficient
* Linux Lite operating system - Easy to use
* Portable - 8.9" screen size & less than 1KG
* Storage - 8GB Flash Hard Drive
* Extras - 0.3MP webcam & memory card reader


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#1
Bargain :) I'm holding out for a 3G integrated one.
#2
great price, well done OP. hot!
#3
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whizzkid;3947982
But that was more than a month ago.
#5
whizzkid

So does that mean no one can post the dell mini 9 until it gets to £98?
#6
whizzkid


Get real - 85p cheaper in a deal over a month ago (now expired). Isn't the point to find and post the cheapest current deals?
#7
It comes to about £162 if you use Topcashback
#8
Think I would rather pay a few quid extra and get the 120gb Hard Drive version. . I got an extra 1gb RAM for a tenner and also installed XP from a USB stick. Nice netbook and runs lots faster than the eeePC. I recently installed some software on a eeePC for a friend, it was the celeron900 version, and once you got windows live messenger and a virus killer running, it slowed to a crawl.

Incidentally, most of the 120gb versions now have 160gb drives in them, so acer must have run out of 120's
#9
There is a typo in the description. The OS is Linpus Lite, not Linux Lite.

Linpus Lite is based on Fedora Linux but with an EEE PC style tabbed interface. :thumbsup:
#10
smoggieboon;3950841
Nice netbook and runs lots faster than the eeePC. I recently installed some software on a eeePC for a friend, it was the celeron900 version, and once you got windows live messenger and a virus killer running, it slowed to a crawl.
Just to clarify that the Eee 901 and onwards are Atom-based, like this machine, and will have similar performance.

And of course you won't need to install anti-virus on it if you don't install Windows.
#11
DJ Dunk
Bargain :) I'm holding out for a 3G integrated one.


You don't have long to wait http://macles.blogspot.com/2009/01/acer-aspire-one-101.html
#12
smoggieboon
Think I would rather pay a few quid extra and get the 120gb Hard Drive version. . I got an extra 1gb RAM for a tenner and also installed XP from a USB stick. Nice netbook and runs lots faster than the eeePC. I recently installed some software on a eeePC for a friend, it was the celeron900 version, and once you got windows live messenger and a virus killer running, it slowed to a crawl.

Incidentally, most of the 120gb versions now have 160gb drives in them, so acer must have run out of 120's


any idea where the cheapest one is with a 120gb hard drive and extra memory?
#13
Rocketronnie7
any idea where the cheapest one is with a 120gb hard drive and extra memory?


AFAIK £215.30 inc VAT Comet (£206.68 if use topcash). I also read somewhere that might be cheaper if use virgin credit card to buy comet vouchers at a discount.

Ian
#14
smoggieboon
Think I would rather pay a few quid extra and get the 120gb Hard Drive version. . I got an extra 1gb RAM for a tenner and also installed XP from a USB stick. Nice netbook and runs lots faster than the eeePC. I recently installed some software on a eeePC for a friend, it was the celeron900 version, and once you got windows live messenger and a virus killer running, it slowed to a crawl.

Incidentally, most of the 120gb versions now have 160gb drives in them, so acer must have run out of 120's


Suppose I go into Comet & buy one of these. How do you know if it has a 160GB drive without powering it up to find out? (doing that would mean I invalidate their returns policy and couldn't return it at no cost).

Is it marked on the box or is it pot luck that it has a 160GB drive rather than a 120GB. AFAIK Acer sell a genuine 160GB version which is more expensive. Getting a 160GB drive for a 120GB version price would be a good deal!

Best Regards... Ian
#15
Hi
FYI I bought the 160gb/1gb version from Amazon just before xmas for £199. I like the unit but will be switching to xp. Also the battery life is short (approx 90 mins). A higher capacity battery is approx £50.
Hope this helps in your decision making.#
Regards
Wayne
#16
according to the cnet review it has a SIM card slot behind the battery for 3g stuff. anyone confirm?
#17
How much longer does the HDD version take to boot ?
The whole Idea of Solid State Disks is the boot time aint it ? Supposed to be 15 seconds...
#18
Rooster#1
The whole Idea of Solid State Disks is the boot time aint it ?


Not quite the whole idea... the lack of any moving parts is a significant point too.
#19
ianking
Suppose I go into Comet & buy one of these. How do you know if it has a 160GB drive without powering it up to find out? (doing that would mean I invalidate their returns policy and couldn't return it at no cost).

Is it marked on the box or is it pot luck that it has a 160GB drive rather than a 120GB. AFAIK Acer sell a genuine 160GB version which is more expensive. Getting a 160GB drive for a 120GB version price would be a good deal!

Best Regards... Ian


I bought one from Play.com before christmas, the box was marked 120gb but had a 160gb, I then bought another one 3 weeks later and this was the same. . . marked 120 but contained 160

I got mine for £179 from play.com with about £4.80 quidco too. the 1gb of Ram cost £10 from play.com and took about 15mins to install. . .

Incidentaly, I bought the Linpus Lite version and installed XP. this developed a fault, and I returned it. . they checked it out and sent me a new one, but didnt mention that it had XP on it.

I just mentioned this as people are generally worried about stuff invalidating the warranty. As far as the RAM upgrade goes, there is a proper SODIMM slot inside for upgrades, so I am sure if anyone stood their ground, their warranty claim couldnt be denied. . .
#20
Rooster#1;3958290
How much longer does the HDD version take to boot ?
The whole Idea of Solid State Disks is the boot time aint it ? Supposed to be 15 seconds...
That's Linpus Lite, not the fact it's got a solid-state disk.
#21
allyjweir;3956171
according to the cnet review it has a SIM card slot behind the battery for 3g stuff. anyone confirm?
It has the physical slot but none of the electronics to go with it.

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