The keyboard was a pleasant surprise due to its large key size and comfortable layout and the touchpad is also likeable. HD videos, at least, run without problems. With points, Acer’s netbook finds itself at the far bottom of our benchmark database in PCMark 7. We intentionally show more ads when an adblocker is used. Single Review, online available, Very Short, Date: We measured a maximum of Cinebench R10 Rendering Single 32Bit.
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The power adapter features a plug-on system.
Acer Aspire One D Series – External Reviews
The Acer Aspire One D is equipped asspire a The included 40 watt power adapter is more than sufficient. Although F1 didn’t crash, the game didn’t even come close to being playable.
Please, switch off ad blockers. The D idles practically at room temperature. The touchpad is separated from the wrist rest with a slight indent. A small webcam is built into the display. The onboard Intel graphics is another sore spot, particularly e270 the availability of far more capable E-series processors from AMD.
The D’s keyboard exploits the entire width of the netbook. The opening angle of the netbook is quite wide. The arrow keys are tightly packed and could have been bigger, but overall the D is comfortable to type on. We intentionally show more ads when an adblocker is used.
A UMTS module isn’t available in this price range, unfortunately.
Acer Aspire One D270 Series
The picture distorts quickly with any deviation from an ideal angle, especially vertically. The display lid reminds us of a drop that falls into water.
Our measured rates were between Even after running at high load for several hours, we measured a maximum of For EURthe buyer even gets a notebook with Bluetooth 4. Temperature The D onf practically at room temperature.
In the end, Intel withdrew DX Subjectively, the netbook feels slow an unresponsive.
Compared with the Acer Aspire One D, the corresponding click bar no longer has a roughened surface but the pressure point is still crisp. The netbook only managed 12 frames per second – for the record, 30 fps is usually considered the minimum for acceptable play. We noticed a slight teetering after adjusting the display hinges. Quality journalism is made possible by advertising. The Acer Aspire One D is available in various colors. After recording poor but not unexpected 3DMark results, we tried to test performance with actual games.
The netbook’s bottom gives pretty limited access to the innards – only the battery can be easily removed. Quality journalism is made possible by advertising. Other major benefits include Bluetooth 4. We intentionally show more ads when an adblocker is used. This isn’t unusual for netbooks, unfortunately, but the non-glare screen is still fairly useful outdoors – reflections are low, and text and graphics are clear.
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With points, Acer’s netbook asplre itself at the far bottom of our benchmark database in PCMark 7. Wide-angel screen; Attractive design; Long battery life; Excellent mobility. You know the tradeoff: