Acer Aspire One D255 Netbook, 1.66GHz with 10.1 Inch Display, Copper/Brown £199 @ John Lewis - HotUKDeals
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Acer Aspire One D255 Netbook, 1.66GHz with 10.1 Inch Display, Copper/Brown £199.00 @ John Lewis

£199.00 @ John Lewis
Just 1 inch thin and feather-light at 1.25kg, the Acer D255, is the ultimate take-me-with-you device. Thanks to built-in WiFi you can connect to public ‘hot spots’ without cables, with the 10.1” Cry…
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Just 1 inch thin and feather-light at 1.25kg, the Acer D255, is the ultimate take-me-with-you device.
Thanks to built-in WiFi you can connect to public ‘hot spots’ without cables, with the 10.1” CrystalBrite™ LCD widescreen bringing the internet to life. An integral webcam also ensures you keep in touch with family and friends.

There’s a generous 160GB hard drive for all your files, photos and music, and you can add more storage space by simply plugging in an SD card (not included).

The Live Update feature automatically keeps your Aspire One up-to-date with downloads and patches, ensuring it’s always at peak performance.

Netbooks
Designed with travel in mind, netbooks are significantly smaller and lighter than regular laptops, making them easy to carry around in a small bag or by hand. They’re a much cheaper option and incredibly easy to use thanks to the simplicity of the pre-installed software.

Key Features
Battery life Up to 4 hours
Brand Acer
Built-in ethernet connection Ethernet (RJ-45) port
CD/DVD Read & Write No
Dimensions H24 x W258.5 x D185mm
Finish Brown
Function Ultra Mobile
Graphics card Intel GMA 3150
Graphics card - video RAM N/A
Guarantee FREE 2 year guarantee, extend to 3 years £80
Hard drive 160GB
Memory card slot 5-in-1 reader, plus SD card reader for storage expansion
Model name / number D255
Operating system Windows 7 Starter, Android 2.1
Processor Intel Atom N450
Processor speed 1.66GHz
Processor Type Intel Atom
RAM 1GB
Screen resolution 1024 x 600
Screen size 10.1"
Stereo speakers Yes
USB ports 3x USB 2.0
Visible screen size (measured diagonally) 25.9cm
Weight 1.10kg
Wireless networking 802.11b/g/n
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#1
2 year warranty nice
#2
Very good price, voted hot
#3
Is the D255 not the dual core model?
#4
does not have the D550 listed in the specs, just the old N450
#5
Hello Guys
I need some help.I am not sure if this is the right place to ask for advice.
I have just picked up a Samsung N145(ex-display) for £200 inclding 1 year warranty .
but now looking at the deals out there I am in double minds.
There are new netbooks available for less than £200.
should I stick with this ex display N145 or look for a better option.
Also,which is a better netbook N130 0r N145.

All help will be Highly appriciated.

many thanks
#6
Depends where you it from and the condition of it
AAMAN
Hello Guys
I need some help.I am not sure if this is the right place to ask for advice.
I have just picked up a Samsung N145(ex-display) for £200 inclding 1 year warranty .
but now looking at the deals out there I am in double minds.
There are new netbooks available for less than £200.
should I stick with this ex display N145 or look for a better option.
Also,which is a better netbook N130 0r N145.

All help will be Highly appriciated.

many thanks
#7
If you can get a better deal and don't mind the hassle of returns then I don't see why you shouldn't try and save some money. Its importatnt that you're comparing like with like though. I think battery size is important on a netbook because the point of a netbook is that its portable so good to have a six cell .
AAMAN
Hello Guys
I need some help.I am not sure if this is the right place to ask for advice.
I have just picked up a Samsung N145(ex-display) for £200 inclding 1 year warranty .
but now looking at the deals out there I am in double minds.
There are new netbooks available for less than £200.
should I stick with this ex display N145 or look for a better option.
Also,which is a better netbook N130 0r N145.

All help will be Highly appriciated.

many thanks

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