Aspiring for Acer's One

If you're looking for a netbook that's not too heavy on the pocket or your travel bag, the 8.9 inch Acer Aspire One is worth considering

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By  Mark Sutton Published  June 29, 2009

If you're looking for a netbook that's not too heavy on the pocket or your travel bag, the 8.9 inch Acer Aspire One is worth considering. It really is small enough to fit into a ladies' handbag, yet sturdy enough to withstand a few minor bumps.

Acer has two models - a Linux one with a solid state flash drive and one with the all-familiar (and now quite outdated) Windows XP with a 120 GB hard drive.

Tinkering with the Windows XP offering was all too easy with fast response times and a convenient set of features to keep consumerists satisfied - an integrated 1.3 megapixel camera, headphone and microphone jacks, the usual USB ports and a handy 5-in-1 card reader so you can easily transfer photos, music and other files easily. Perfect for making the most while on the move.

Now if only Acer would work on backlit keys for their netbooks...

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