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PostSubject: The Acer Netbook.   Mon Oct 17, 2011 3:12 pm

An Acer Netbook is a laptop computer that's especially designed to be portable and easy to use. The Acer Group produces the brands Acer, eMachines, Packard Bell and Gateway, and is the 3rd largest PC company, as well as the second largest for notebook computers, including their netbooks.
Acer started with the Acer Aspire One, its first netbook designed to compete on a economy that began with Asus Eee LAPTOP OR COMPUTER computers. These original mini-laptops took the market by storm, and the Acer Aspire One was Acer's answer to the growing demand intended for small, lightweight laptops that were portable and had more effective battery life than typical laptops.
An Acer Netbook is now offered in one for 3 screen sizes, instead of the original 8. 9" screen. Now you can opt for a slightly larger 10. 1" or an 11. 6" screen for a larger viewing area. The earliest netbooks were often criticized for their screen size, even though the entire computers were which means that compact. An 11. 6" screen helps give a more full-size feeling to the screen, while maintaining the small size and easy portability netbooks are known for. You can choose an important 1024 x 600 conclusion WSVGA resolution screen, or opt for a HD WXGA 1366 x 768 resolution with an LED-backlit display.
An Acer Netbook weighs less than 3 pounds. If you've ever brought around a full-size laptop that wasn't a very inexpensive featherweight model, then you can appreciate the idea of the laptop that weighs only 3 pounds! You also provide a choice in electric size, which will of course affect battery life. Models with a 3-cell battery cost much less, but the 6-cell battery increases the run time dramatically.
Each Acer Netbook contains some type of Atom processor, a top processor from Intel that was made for small equipment. Because of netbooks' portability, people want to be able to use them at length on the go, and there's not always a way to plug them in every couple of hours. The Atom processor helps the battery last much longer, because it uses much less power than other types of processors. Intel's popular Core 2 Duo processor utilizes almost 10 times further power than an Atom model, making the Atom ideal for netbooks.
You can choose a less expensive Acer Netbook, or opt to pay a little more, by choosing different operating systems, hard drives and storage. Windows operating systems installed cost a little more than a Linux operating system, for instance. And you are able to choose hard drives which range from about 80 Gig to be able to 250 Gig, with larger storage commanding a higher price. Choose between 1GB and even 2GB of memory--keeping in mind that more memory is definitely better, as it speeds operation.
You can choose from a variety of colors to suit your taste, and then enjoy making use of your Acer Netbook on the go, with its built-in Wi-Fi, web browsing, webcam and things like media player and imagine viewers. These compact laptops let you compute on the go without lugging around a heavy laptop or paying thousands of dollars for a light type.
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