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Acer Aspire One AOA110-Bc 1GB RAM, 16GB SSD, Windows XP - £215.97 @ Acer Direct

£215.97 @ Acer Direct
Seriously good price for the 16GB SSD, 1GB RAM & Windows XP version! Available in brown, blue, pink or white, all reduced from £263.97. This is the same price as the Linux version which is also red… Read More
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8y, 4m agoFound 8 years, 4 months ago
Seriously good price for the 16GB SSD, 1GB RAM & Windows XP version! Available in brown, blue, pink or white, all reduced from £263.97. This is the same price as the Linux version which is also reduced in price. I'm seriously thinking about selling my AAO 512MB RAM, 8GB SSD, Linux version, on fleabay, and buying one of these. BARGAIN price!

P&P is FREE if you bundle an accessory, or £9.95 otherwise. Link is to brown one - others to follow.
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#2
http://www.dabs.com/ProductView.aspx?Quicklinx=5BTY
This seems a better deal to me. £248 for 160 gb with xp.
#3
neale931
http://www.dabs.com/ProductView.aspx?Quicklinx=5BTY
This seems a better deal to me. £248 for 160 gb with xp.


If it's that good a deal, post it as one rather than in another thread. It's a completely different product. 160GB HDD as opposed to 16GB SSD which some WILL prefer. 512MB RAM compared to 1GB here. Both have Win XP.

Lenovo build quality is shocking - we buy Lenovo at work and the keyboards are terrible. The Aspire One has between 60-70% of the netbook market - and build quality underpins this.

No brainer IMO - this is a WAY better deal, but horses for courses - post yours and see how it fairs.
#4
I don't think many people want a small, slow SSD.
#5
how can it fit windows XP on 16gb SSD??
#6
rob585
how can it fit windows XP on 16gb SSD??


Maybe because XP can take up much less than 4gb ....

P.S. I'm sure Amazon had these for less than £200 a month or so ago. Perhaps not now, but there are new models coming out all the time so the old models are quickly superceded and sold off to make way for new stock.

If I were going to get a new netbook (and I've on my second already - had an Eee 701 and now have an Eee 900) I'd make sure it had an ssd as well. Nobody needs a 160gb hard drive in a netbook. Shockproof is the way forward.

Chris
#7
I think most of the Acer Ones in 8.9" will be dropping in price drastically as I am sure they are about to release their 10" models to keep up with the other manufacturers.

http://www.pocket-lint.co.uk/news/news.phtml/20644/21668/acer-aspire-one-10-inch-launches.phtml
#8
evapor8
Maybe because XP can take up much less than 4gb ....

P.S. I'm sure Amazon had these for less than £200 a month or so ago. Perhaps not now, but there are new models coming out all the time so the old models are quickly superceded and sold off to make way for new stock.

If I were going to get a new netbook (and I've on my second already - had an Eee 701 and now have an Eee 900) I'd make sure it had an ssd as well. Nobody needs a 160gb hard drive in a netbook. Shockproof is the way forward.

Chris


Actually a lot of people need the storage, You can't store much video on 8/16GB. These small SSDs are OK for browsing and general use, but many people use these netbooks as media devices.
#9
bytemaster
Actually a lot of people need the storage, You can't store much video on 8/16GB. These small SSDs are OK for browsing and general use, but many people use these netbooks as media devices.

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Agree but would you want to store a large amount of media on an internal hard disk, be it SATA or a PCI-E SSD, on a netbook?

Myself I'm working do with an ASUS EEE PC 701/4G Surf Netbook until I can scrap together funds to purchase a larger netbook or sub-notebook - right now I have a nLite Windows XP Home Edition OS installed on the onboard 4GB SSD (along with key critical applications) and then a 16GB SDHC mounted as a fixed logical drive, to host non-critical applications, utilities but also the media files.

The rest is stored on a couple of external 2.5" external USB hard disks and a couple of 16GB USB memory sticks purchased via the recent Amazon UK deal.

Cheers, Scotty Boy! :thumbsup:[/FONT]
#10
Good deal IMHO. Ok so Tesco's was cheaper for the HDD version and without Windowz but some of us are kicking ourselves for not buying one of them at that price - this is a serious contender and AFAIK if it really bothered you at a later date you can add the HDD instead of the SSD and eBay the SSD.
#11
bytemaster
Actually a lot of people need the storage, You can't store much video on 8/16GB. These small SSDs are OK for browsing and general use, but many people use these netbooks as media devices.


Media's stored on external drives/sdhc cards.

Chris
#12
What is the point of carrying around 4-5 SD/USB cards? Defeats the objective of having a netbook/notebook/laptop if you have 10 accessories to carry around. As for putting in a HDD, good luck. if battery lasts 2-3 hours with a SSD I'd like to see how long the battery would last with a 7200rpm HDD!
#13
evapor8
Media's stored on external drives/sdhc cards.

Chris


Some people don't want to have to carry additional boxes. Not much point in having a small pc and then having to carry a load of supporting clutter.
#14
guys, if you have tried to shake a netbook with HDD when the HDD is in operation, you will know how important for this kind of netbook to have a SSD rather than a HDD, because none of the netbooks so far have a HDD protection system.

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