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Acer Aspire One D150 reviewed: battery shrinking, but price impressive

Acer Aspire One D150 reviewed: battery shrinking, but price impressive

After an unboxing photoset and video preview, the 10-inch Acer Aspire One D150 now gets a full review courtesy of Laptop Mag.  The segment leader gets a slicker casing, speedier 160GB hard-drive and larger touchpad, while the bigger display - although frustratingly glossy at some angles - is always welcome.  However have Acer soured the deal with an attempt at battery cost-cutting?

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Acer Aspire One D150 video preview: great battery, poor keyboard

Acer Aspire One D150 video preview: great battery, poor keyboard

After the impromptu 10-inch Acer Aspire One unboxing on Friday ended with the ominous suggestion that the new netbook feels "cheaper" than its predecessor, we now have a hands-on demo video to entertain us.  It's potentially bittersweet for anybody particularly looking forward to this budget ultraportable: while there are some genuinely positive aspects - the huge battery, for one - there's also disappointment to be had regarding both its look and feel.

Demo video of the Acer Aspire One D150 after the cut

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Acer Aspire One 571 with Vmedia “mini Blu-ray” & 720p screen

Acer Aspire One 571 with Vmedia “mini Blu-ray” & 720p screen

Acer may not be quite in the ASUS league when it comes to confusingly large netbook ranges, but they're obviously trying to catch up.  Latest - and managing to offer something unique in the netbook segment - is this, the Acer Aspire One 571.  Not to be confused with the Aspire One 751, the 571 boosts the resolution of the 10.1-inch display to 1280 x 720, and throws in an optical disc drive.  Unlike the ASUS Eee PC 1004DN, however, this is no DVD burner but a Vmedia drive.

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10-inch Acer Aspire live gallery suggests handsome, sturdy update

10-inch Acer Aspire live gallery suggests handsome, sturdy update

Acer are hoping for another home-run with the 10-inch version of their Aspire One netbook, and so far neither the specs nor the estimated pricing has let them down.  Going by Akihabara's brief hands-on, it sounds like the devices themselves aren't a disappointment either; details are scarce (so make the most of the photos) but they do say they "LOVE the new larger screen".

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