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Acer Aspire ONE A110-Ap Netbook - Pink £139.97 @ Laptops Direct (+£10 Delivery)

£139.97 @ Laptops Direct
GRADE A1 - Acer Aspire ONE A110-Ap Netbook If you want a laptop that you can easily take on your travels, or just a 2nd laptop for when the kids are hogging the family PC, the ACER ASPIRE ONE AOA11… Read More
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7y, 7m agoFound 7 years, 7 months ago
GRADE A1 - Acer Aspire ONE A110-Ap Netbook

If you want a laptop that you can easily take on your travels, or just a 2nd laptop for when the kids are hogging the family PC, the ACER ASPIRE ONE AOA110-Ap is worthy of serious consideration.

At only 985 g this lightweight model is sure to make you wonder how you ever managed to lug a standard laptop around.

The powerful Intel Atom processor gives you fantastic performance in an incredibly small package. Also, the 16GB SSD Hard Drive means that this model has storage capacity to rival many of its larger competitors.

With the added bonus of a CrystalEye webcam you can easily keep in touch with loved ones absolutely free.

If its an ultra-portable laptop you need without compromising on performance, you cant go wrong with the Aspire one AOA110-Ap.

* Processor - Intel Atom N270 1.6 GHz
* RAM - 1 GB (installed) 1.5 GB (max) - DDR2 SDRAM
* Hard Drive - 16 GB
* Operating System - Linux Linpus Lite
* Screen - 8.9 in TFT active matrix 1024 x 600 18-bit colour
* Optical Drive - None
* Bluetooth - No
* Warranty - 3 Months warranty
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#1
As NEW, watch out. Their definition about as NEW is awful.
#2
Looks nice :)
#3
GRADE A1
Warranty - 3 Months warranty

Worth including those details in the title. :whistling:
#4
Linpus is OK if all you want to do is surf the net and send e-mails, but try connect a printer, its a living hell

Build quality of these things are great, I had one (not pink :-) my only issue was printing and infact connecting anything to it other than a memory stick

However I did manage to get the 3G dongle working from O2 on it. It took me about 6 hours but at least it worked
:thinking:
#5
For those that are still new to the original Acer Aspire One...

[size=3]Upgrading RAM[/SIZE]
Currently, all available models of the Acer Aspire (regardless of colour, HDD/SSD, 512Mb/1Gb RAM) have 512Mb hard-soldered on to the motherboard with only one available DDR2 SO-DIMM slot. There is a limit of 1Gb in that slot and so that means you can only have a maximum of 1.5Gb of total RAM. With the 1Gb Aspires, there is already a 512MB stick present in the slot and so you would waste a 512Mb stick in order to replace it with 1Gb one.

[SIZE="1"]Some say that it's possible to put a 2Gb stick in the slot and just end up with 2Gb total rather than 2.5Gb. However, others say that this is not possible due to a limitation Acer has put on the BIOS that they supply, which results in non-booting. The Intel chipset in use would normally support 2Gb but it is Acer that have blocked us users from being able to do so. If anyone has any links showing that a 2Gb stick does actually work and the AAOne can boot then please feel free to share the link (^_^)[/SIZE]


[size=3]Add more disk space with SSD models[/SIZE]
The SSD drive present in all Aspire Ones are 1.8inch IDE form factor and so can ony be upgraded with another SSD or normal HDD of the 1.8inch variety. The more common size is the 2.5inch and this will NOT physically fit inside the case of the Aspire One.

[SIZE="3"]Add more disk space with HDD models[/SIZE]
In the HDD models, the drive in use is a standard 2.5inch SATA type, much like those used in modern day notebooks and even the PS3. The underside of the casing on these models is different in that there is a *very* slight bulge in order to accomodate the slightly larger form factor. You can replace the drive with another 2.5inch SATA HDD drive of larger capacity or go for an aftermarket SSD if you want to spend as much (or more) on that than you did on the Aspire one itself :-D


[size=3]How easy is it to do any of the above?[/SIZE]
Not very. There are no easy to access compartments underneath the Aspire One to upgrade either the RAM or the HDD/SSD. If you want an idea of how far you need to go to do anything inside the Aspire One then have a quick scroll through this...

http://www.aspireoneuser.com/forum/viewtopic.php?f=40&t=2673


[size=3]The other method of adding more disk space[/SIZE]
The Aspire One has two Secure-Digital slots, one on the left hand side and one on the right. The one on the left can be used to expand the storage already present on the Aspire One, regardless of whether it's the SSD or the HDD model. Insert an SD card into that slot and the available space will be combined with what's already available. Eg your SSD is down to 4Gb free and you added a 16Gb empty SDHC card. Your total available space then jumps up to 20Gb! I haven't actually used this feature myself yet so I can't say for sure how the OS decided where the files should go first, fill up the SSD/HDD first and then overflow to the SDHC or some kind of mix.

:stocking::santa::gift:
#6
ah shame its pink

btw : does anyone actually use webcams? , as i dont and never will ...just dont see the point , apart from leslie grantham i heard he finds them usefulhttp://2.bp.blogspot.com/_9p84_G1c4hU/SY2zjx1z1bI/AAAAAAAAAAw/tonbq07nC1E/s320/lesgrantham.jpg
#7
A-n-d-y
ah shame its pink

btw : does anyone actually use webcams? , as i dont and never will ...just dont see the point , apart from leslie grantham i heard he finds them usefulhttp://2.bp.blogspot.com/_9p84_G1c4hU/SY2zjx1z1bI/AAAAAAAAAAw/tonbq07nC1E/s320/lesgrantham.jpg


..... feel...... sick
#8
Agharta;6982323
GRADE A1
Warranty - 3 Months warranty

Worth including those details in the title. :whistling:


What, describe something second-hand as second-hand?
That'll be a first :-(
#9
i personally would avoid this company at all costs... ordered a netbook a few weeks ago... wouldnt connect to internet-sent it back, they stuck me out it wasnt faulty, charged me an admin charge and a re-stocking fee(???!!!) for the privelidge... cost me £120 originally, refunded me £78 ... grrr...:x:x:x
#10
pinkmini
i personally would avoid this company at all costs... ordered a netbook a few weeks ago... wouldnt connect to internet-sent it back, they stuck me out it wasnt faulty, charged me an admin charge and a re-stocking fee(???!!!) for the privelidge... cost me £120 originally, refunded me £78 ... grrr...:x:x:x


did you get a second opinion from a computer expert?

Ive ordered quite a few times from this company including these netbooks and never had a single problem. Everything arrived quickly as described.....simple.

It is relatively easy i hear to put XP on these if you happen to have a retail COA laying around.

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