Black Acer Aspire One 751 11.6" HD Netbook 7 Hour Battery + Bluetooth, 3G embedded @ Simply Acer - HotUKDeals
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Intel Atom Z520 Processor, Windows XP® Home, 1GB RAM, 160GB HDD, 11.6" HD LED Screen, Integrated Graphics, 7 Hour Battery+ Bluetooth, 3G embedded, LU.S790B.047

Not everyone's cup 'o tea perhaps?! varients of this model have been posted in the recent past but I think this is good value and the cheapest around to include FREE next day delivery. Yes there's 'issues' on some forums re the 1.33Ghz processor but having owned one a little while ago I can happily say they are VERY tweakable and do chug along quite nicely thank you very much,more than good enough for basic computing needs - browsing, video & your above basic tasks and I think here with the built in 3G & 7 hour battery, it's now very portable.

The clinchers (for me) are the 7 hour battery life, 11.6" 1366x768 HD display ('tis nice!) & the 3G inclusion (just pop in you dongle sim and away you go) - it's a decent little deal I thought?

The Waffle....

Presenting Acer's first 11.6" widescreen netbook -- the Acer Aspire one 751 enjoy content on the large HD LED-backlit display and enjoy amazing 5.1-channel audio with Dolby® Headphone. The Acer Aspire one 751 has groundbreaking advancements plus more usher in the new netbook generation and give you fantastic fun on the road. Let the show begin!
The Acer Aspire One 751 breathes life into your favorite movies! Get picture-perfect visuals on the 11.6" high-def display with 1366 x 768 pixel resolution and simply plug in any set of headphones to relish realistic 5.1-channel surround sound.
The gleaming Ruby red, Seashell white, Sapphire blue or Diamond black cover is sure to draw attention! Only 1" thin, the slender shape of the Acer Aspire one 751 has futuristic appeal. A peek inside reveals a smooth finish and the Acer FineTip keyboard featuring flat, broad keys for enhanced typing comfort.

Low power Intel Atom Z520 1.33 GHz
1 GB RAM, 160 GB HDD
3G embedded - Option 382E
Windows XP Home
Up to 7 hour battery life for all day productivity
11.6 HD WXGA high brightness CrystalBrite screen (1366 x 768)
Slimline 1 thin design in 4 high gloss colours
Bluetooth 2.0 +EDR built in
100% full size edge-to-edge keyboard
Multi-touch trackpad for gesture based input
Gloss Black Finish
Built in 0.3 MP Crystal Eye webcam
Weighs just 1.35 kgs
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#2
Brilliant spec apart from the CPU, can it run HD movies?
#3
tek-monkey
Brilliant spec apart from the CPU, can it run HD movies?


Some proof for you instead of a flat "no" :roll:

http://www.slashgear.com/acer-aspire-one-751-benchmarks-show-atom-z520-grossly-underpowered-1944286/
#4
Doubt the atom processor can cope with HD films, tho Is there a free mini-PCI slot? If so then you could add a Broadcom crystal HD card which takes the load from the CPU and allows HD film playback

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=dkhIZqOePps

Crystal HD cards can be bought on ebay for £20-£30, but then again you might as well pay £300 and get the HP mini 311c with ION graphics at that price
#5
How's this a bargain ?
11 inch screen yes, but i've seen netbooks a lot cheaper than this and with better HD etc.
#6
Its a very good price for a 11.6" netbook but with no ion chip and a weedy processor it'll be good for running a browser that'll be about it. I am going to hold out and wait untill the asus 1201n comes down abit.
#7
Does this have a BT sim installed with free 1Gb of data like these deals offered by Dabs and BT Shop
#8
I'm waiting for the price of the dual core 330 1.6ghz netbooks to come down, they eat batteries for breakfast but they seem nippy!
#9
PhilK
How's this a bargain ?
11 inch screen yes, but i've seen netbooks a lot cheaper than this and with better HD etc.


Really? What one's have you seen with the same high res screen, 3G, 7 hour plus battery etc.?
#10
Wicked Lester
Really? What one's have you seen with the same high res screen, 3G, 7 hour plus battery etc.?


What's the point of a high res screen when it can't play high res video or games though?
#11
simate
What's the point of a high res screen when it can't play high res video or games though?


Yeah why doesnt it have a 640x480 screen, that would be miuch better........:whistling:
#12
Can get it for £244.99 (4p expensive) BUT can get 2% Quidco = £240.09 delivered

http://www.dabs.com/products/acer-aspire-one-751-atom-z520-1gb-160gb-11-6--xph-3g-69JW.html?refs=52720000

The free 1GB data only lasts for 30days, but then doesn't say which network it runs on and vouchers have a 90day limit...... BT normally use the Voda network but they don't give any limit on their PAYG mobile internet - so I'd be interested to know who they use in this deal.
#13
I bought this netbook after searching around on hotukdeals - have had for 2 weeks now. I had problems with the first one, had a replacement through quickly. Simply acer customer care I found was good. They even refunded me the £5 price drop since original purchase with no quibbles. This is a great looking netbook. Major factor for me was full size keyboard. Screen is great. The extra pixels are great for displaying spreadsheets, etc.

What I wasn't expecting was how good the sound is - I have moved a collection of high quality music files onto this as my archos 5 is going in for repair. I can only say the sound is phenomenal - if you want to listen to music/tv on your netbook you will not be disappointed I promise.

The cpu can be overclocked pretty easily using setfsb (if you like to mess about in this way).

I have been watching video encoded at high level 3500kps using vlc no problem. I've tried 1080p home video - a bit stuttery but watchable. The only thing I have not been able to get going is downloaded programmes on bbc iplayer. For some reason it pushes up cpu usage to 90% on mine. Not sure if this is because on xp or what. Appears others have been able to get this working fine for sd material.

3g works really well using 3 network, its great not having to worry about dongle. Just stick a sim in and you are away.

Overall very happy so far! It is a netbook so your are always going to be pushing its limitiations with graphics. Don't get this if you are a gamer obviously. But if you mainly use for office/internet/music then you cannot go wrong at this price.
#14
Tommy_K
Can get it for £244.99 (4p expensive) BUT can get 2% Quidco = £240.09 delivered

http://www.dabs.com/products/acer-aspire-one-751-atom-z520-1gb-160gb-11-6--xph-3g-69JW.html?refs=52720000

The free 1GB data only lasts for 30days, but then doesn't say which network it runs on and vouchers have a 90day limit...... BT normally use the Voda network but they don't give any limit on their PAYG mobile internet - so I'd be interested to know who they use in this deal.


Pay another £4.05 at Dabs and get it with free BT Mobile broadband
#15
very nice
#16
maccaG
The only thing I have not been able to get going is downloaded programmes on bbc iplayer. For some reason it pushes up cpu usage to 90% on mine. Not sure if this is because on xp or what. Appears others have been able to get this working fine for sd material.


Make sure the intel drivers are bang up to date and see if you can find 10.1 Adobe flash beta, did this one mine and was amazed how the quality of even bbc hd stuff worked without a glitch on iplayer.
#17
titty
Make sure the intel drivers are bang up to date and see if you can find 10.1 Adobe flash beta, did this one mine and was amazed how the quality of even bbc hd stuff worked without a glitch on iplayer.


Thanks, will give this a try
#18


Tommy_K;7799772
Can get it for £244.99 (4p expensive) BUT can get 2% Quidco = £240.09 delivered

http://www.dabs.com/products/acer-aspire-one-751-atom-z520-1gb-160gb-11-6--xph-3g-69JW.html?refs=52720000

The free 1GB data only lasts for 30days, but then doesn't say which network it runs on and vouchers have a 90day limit...... BT normally use the Voda network but they don't give any limit on their PAYG mobile internet - so I'd be interested to know who they use in this deal.


Yup - I was doing a like-4-like cheaper quote but if you don't have mobile internet and want to try it, for under £5 with no tie in is a great deal!!

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