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Grade A1 Acer Aspire ONE A110-AW Netbook - 512MB - 8GB - White £117.97 @ AcerDirect.co.uk

£117.97 @ Acer Direct
GRADE A1 - As New Condition (only the box may be slightly damaged!) Forget dragging your clumsy old laptop back and forth to work, the A110L will revolutionise the way you think about working on th… Read More
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GRADE A1 - As New Condition (only the box may be slightly damaged!)

Forget dragging your clumsy old laptop back and forth to work, the A110L will revolutionise the way you think about working on the move.

Discover the power of the Intel® Atom® mobile processor with this Acer Aspire One ultra-portable PC.

Weighing in at less than 1Kg, with a groundbreaking 8.9 inch screen and up to 3hours of battery life, portability becomes a real option rather than just an aspiration.

But, best of all, this state-of-the-art model is complimented by an impressive set of features as well. The Intel® Atom® mobile processor boasts fantastic performance for its size and since it has full wireless capabilities it can also be used on the move. The addition of a CrystalEye webcam allows quick and easy video calls absolutely free.

If you want a stylish mobile laptop that wont break the bank or your back the Aspire One A110L is the perfect choice!

Please note Linux operating system is not compatible with mobile broadband dongles.

Processor - Intel Atom N270 / 1.6 GHz
RAM - 512 MB (installed) / 1.5 GB (max) - DDR2 SDRAM - 533 MHz
- Please call 0870 167 0818 for double memory offer
Hard Drive - 8 GB Solid State Drive
Operating System - Linux Linpus Lite
Screen - 8.9' TFT 1024 x 600 ( WSVGA ) - 18-bit colour - CrystalBrite
Graphics - Intel GMA 950
Bluetooth - No
Notebook Camera - Integrated - 0.3 Megapixel
Warranty - 1 year warranty
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#1
dont usually believe in 2nd hand but its a decent price i guess
think 20(? cant find thread was looking for) quid more bags you a new one though
#2
Prob only box damaged, not returns.
#3
brilly
dont usually believe in 2nd hand but its a decent price i guess
think 20(? cant find thread was looking for) quid more bags you a new one though


Maybe you meant this one?
#4


Is that the same as this one http://www.hotukdeals.com/item/385480/acer-aoa150-aw-1gb-ram-120gb-169-co

I just ordered the 160gb from currys as price match for £164, is this a better deal at £149.97?
#5
bargain!
#6
Just for the record, just had to return an Aspire One to Amazon for refund because the trackpad died...
#7
billbennett1
Just for the record, just had to return an Aspire One to Amazon for refund because the trackpad died...


and this is relevant how....?
banned#8
daveleebond
and this is relevant how....?


Well obviously it means they're all crap and have faulty trackpads due to this one occurrence...
#9
brilly
dont usually believe in 2nd hand but its a decent price i guess
think 20(? cant find thread was looking for) quid more bags you a new one though


This is not second hand, it is brand new only the box is opened/damaged. The unit itself is perfect/brand new in every respect and comes with the exact same warranty as "a new one" you are so keen to get.
#10
I have three AA1s - all refurbs and no probs so far

This is killer price

Ubuntu Netbook remix comes out tomorrow

ANdroid OS will be slick fast too

With 512 ram and an SSD I wouldsuggest sticking with linux - everything you need is there. Ant 'after-market' bells and whistles that are installed on an XP machine will only dragg the performance down into the mire.

Stick with linux for 30 days if you have any doubts - its fast, secure, stable and teenagers in the house will not want to borrow it from you.

COCO
#11
This is a properly hot deal!
#12
Great little machine, at this price it's an absolute bargain.

I wiped the SSD and stuck XP on via USB stick after a couple of months, very easy to do and there are many tutorials online if you have any problems. Runs very well, I can even game on it, albeit at very low quality. Only downside is the very short battery life.
#13
What's the deal with the warrenty for this? 1 year?
#14
[size=1]Yes, a lot of people have the seen the below info already but I'm sure there are a few that haven't...[/size]

[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:
#15
Just my 2 cents worth about this company (although I have not risked buying from them myself) I considered buying a Acer A150 from them earlier this month then opted against after googling about the company, whether it be AcerDirect or LaptopsDirect, its the same company, it is confusing advertising themselves as AcerDirect as its easy to be misled into thinking they are Acer refurbished and they are not :

These Netbooks come with LaptopsDirect OWN warranty, not at all guaranteed by Acer and if you google the company and the dreadful customer "service" people have had, well put it this way, it certainly put me off buying from them, however would be interested in hearing on here from anyone that has had first hand experience with Acer/Laptops Direct.
#16
billbennett1
Just for the record, just had to return an Aspire One to Amazon for refund because the trackpad died...


I bet all that was required to fix that was to reinsert the zif cable attaching the touchpad to the motherboard ;-)

Oh well; i'm sure many dozens of pounds & man hours will be wasted in shipping it between various companies before it gets refurbed. (which would have otherwise been a 10 minute job)
C'est la vie.
#17
TehJumpingJawa
I bet all that was required to fix that was to reinsert the zif cable attaching the touchpad to the motherboard ;-)

Oh well; i'm sure many dozens of pounds & man hours will be wasted in shipping it between various companies before it gets refurbed. (which would have otherwise been a 10 minute job)
C'est la vie.


Yeah, but not everybody is as tech savvy, or as confident at opening up things like this as you and me, I bought a brand new A150 from comet, and besides switching it on to test it all functioned ok, within half an hour of buying it it was cracked open to upgrade the ram and replace the mini pci-e wi fi card with a Mac Airport compatible card.

Prior to this I bought a refubished one from Dixons Online, and that was clearly opened and repaired, there was a crack above the VGA socket and screws missing from the mainboard fittings and incorrect length screws in different areas, as well as prising marks around where the top plastic mount is clipped into place (obviously used a screwdriver instead of a credit card for unclipping) so it just goes to show that those that are meant to be tech savvy can still balls it up!....it went back for a full refund.
#18
how much is postage? do i need to buy the recovery disc in the basket too?

do you think this would suit a 10 yr old ?
#19
I was going to say that the numbers and website layout all look like laptopsdirect... rather than acer. But seems it's already been covered :) Good price though.
#20
hawick
how much is postage? do i need to buy the recovery disc in the basket too?

do you think this would suit a 10 yr old ?


1) postage: £10 -£20,
2) no, you can remove it from the basket, the site doenst seem to care
see link below - its linux, so it should be free & legal to download anyway! as per the GPL
and if they contest it, tell them £15 isnt negligble price for the media!

http://www.google.co.uk/search?q=acer+aspire+one+restore+disc



3) i'm guessing for a 10 year old, once you set up wifi, pretty much all they'll need is office, and a browser, i'd say yes! i mean, its hardly designed for gaming, is it?
they also cant install shitloads of spyware like on xp!

this also might help those who bought one
http://www.reghardware.co.uk/2008/09/05/ten_aspire_one_tips/

Also, i'd spend £15 on a 1gb stick of ram, if nothing else!

I just bought 2 of these myself, my other half should be pleased! (especially since i'm going to make her pay for the ram upgrades! *evil laugh*hahaha)
#21
cicobuff
Just my 2 cents worth about this company (although I have not risked buying from them myself) I considered buying a Acer A150 from them earlier this month then opted against after googling about the company, whether it be AcerDirect or LaptopsDirect, its the same company, it is confusing advertising themselves as AcerDirect as its easy to be misled into thinking they are Acer refurbished and they are not :

These Netbooks come with LaptopsDirect OWN warranty, not at all guaranteed by Acer and if you google the company and the dreadful customer "service" people have had, well put it this way, it certainly put me off buying from them, however would be interested in hearing on here from anyone that has had first hand experience with Acer/Laptops Direct.


Bought my laptop from them last August, went smoothly and *touch wood* not needed to contact them for any reason since..

Agreed though the name 'AcerDirect' is a little misleading ;-)
#22
OFI
Bought my laptop from them last August, went smoothly and *touch wood* not needed to contact them for any reason since..

Agreed though the name 'AcerDirect' is a little misleading ;-)


Yeah, like everything though, if you dont have a problem then all is well, however their customer service is meant to be dreadful if you google and do have a problem, I personally feel refurbished is definitely a lottery, one certainly worth maybe taking out if you are aware that things can go wrong (like my so called "refurb as new" I received from Dixons that was clearly a repair job with a case crack, however with Dixons at least the returns policy was no fuss)
#23
VashTheStampede
i'm guessing for a 10 year old, once you set up wifi, pretty much all they'll need is office...


All a 10 year old needs is office!? They grow up fast these day evidently
#24
I often wonder if some of these replies are business associates of the person who spots the 'bargain'.

What can you do with those specs? 8gb can't even hold a proper software application. It is kind of like Vtech for under 8s. And yet we have people eulogising at the 'value for money' eye-dazzler!

What operation system is this running on?

PULL another one!
#25
neonkoala
Well obviously it means they're all crap and have faulty trackpads due to this one occurrence...

you all **** him off but I had return FOUR Acer Aspire Ones in a row, due to varying faults (hard drive clicking / turning off / and 2 x keyboard issues).


When you've got one that works, it's good fun, however don't hold your breath on it working properly! Luckily I got mine from ASDA so could easily return / swap!
#26
aym280
I often wonder if some of these replies are business associates of the person who spots the 'bargain'.

What can you do with those specs? 8gb can't even hold a proper software application. It is kind of like Vtech for under 8s. And yet we have people eulogising at the 'value for money' eye-dazzler!

What operation system is this running on?

PULL another one!


It runs on linux which has web browser, music, video, photo and word processor but you can add what you like.

I have put a nlited copy of xp on.
I have a full office suite, web browser, music, video player and editor, photo editing,portable planetarium ,portable space simulator, account package, pdf builder, anti virus and several games. Thats just of the top of my head.
All under 4gb worth leaving half free.
It also has 2 sd slots and 16gb sd's are only £18 thats plenty of movies and music you can take with you.
#27

dont think so as thats another refurb but for the life of me cant think of what i had seen so perhaps i imagined it.

belovedmonster
This is not second hand, it is brand new only the box is opened/damaged. The unit itself is perfect/brand new in every respect and comes with the exact same warranty as "a new one" you are so keen to get.

it doesn't say its brand new - it says only the box has damage, the unit may have been used therefore making it second hand
just it has no cosmetic damage like lower grades.
also as pointed out delivery is 9.95+vat as cheapest unles you add an accessory of some sort
#28
aym280
I often wonder if some of these replies are business associates of the person who spots the 'bargain'.

What can you do with those specs? 8gb can't even hold a proper software application. It is kind of like Vtech for under 8s. And yet we have people eulogising at the 'value for money' eye-dazzler!

What operation system is this running on?

PULL another one!


It's not a machine for everyone, some sacrifices are obviously made to produce a machine so small.

I have XP, Firefox, Photo shop CS3, Itunes and Office 2003 on mine. All run fine, with space left over.
#29
Marekj

I have.....Photo shop CS3.....on mine. All run fine.


I'm surprised, I'd have thought that would run like a pig.
#30
"Free one week delivery for orders containing a laptop and accessory"

Might be worth adding a case or summat for the price of delivery...
#31
no delivery to N. Ireland?? :(
#32
Picked one up yesterday for under £114 - great bit of kit - as new - even the box was ok.
#33
rozza38
Picked one up yesterday for under £114 - great bit of kit - as new - even the box was ok.


Under £114.00 how please ?
#34
i expect it was the one that is £114 and he collected it himself from the store.
#35
Don't for get to try 'Fn' key and F7 if your trackpad stops working.
It may simply be disabled

COCO

P.s. Throughtout the site I noticed that the haters not only dislike products ,but think everyone else is stupid and cannot see how obviously bad the product/service. The Haters think we are interested in their opinion.
The Hater hates first , never identifies the needs of others and rationalise/justifies/verifies last.
#36
SunTzu
i expect it was the one that is £114 and he collected it himself from the store.


You don't say !
#37
The Hater hates first , never identifies the needs of others and rationalise/justifies/verifies last.


Damn...from that description it turns out that I've been a hater all these years and never knew it!

/deal voted hot btw. If I didn't have an eeepc701 and eeepc901 I'd snap this up. I might still, if I can find a way to wangle it.
#38
What time of day tomorrow will it be delivered? I have to catch a train at 11:30 and won't be back here until June. >.<
#39
Sephiroth
What time of day tomorrow will it be delivered? I have to catch a train at 11:30 and won't be back here until June. >.<


:-D :-D
#40
zermattbusby
Under £114.00 how please ?


SunTzu
i expect it was the one that is £114 and he collected it himself from the store.


zermattbusby
You don't say !



Correct - price has gone up - picked it up to save on the £13 next day delivery.:thumbsup:

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