Acer Aspire ONE D250-1610 Laptop Computer

Acer Aspire ONE D250-1610 Laptop Computer

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The newest 10 netbook from Acer personifies speed and power in the finest, most compact form. The Aspire One D250-1610 Netbook is built to enhance your mobile lifestyle and boasting up to 6.5 hour...More

Description

The newest 10 netbook from Acer personifies speed and power in the finest, most compact form. The Aspire One D250-1610 Netbook is built to enhance your mobile lifestyle and boasting up to 6.5 hour battery life for extended fun and productivity while you're on the move.

Specifications

Quick Glance
Laptop TypeNetbook
Operating SystemWindows XP Home
Included Network CardIEEE 802.11b/g, Fast Ethernet
Display TypeCrystalBrite
Included Drives
Interface Connection3 x USB 2.0, VGA Yes, Ethernet RJ-45 Yes, Audio Line In Yes, Audio Line Out Yes
Video ChipsetIntel Graphics Media Accelerator 950
Processor ClassIntel Atom
Green ComplianceENERGY STAR
Processor
Cache Size512 kB
Processor Speed1.60 GHz
Memory
Installed Memory1 GB
Memory TechnologyDDR2 SDRAM
Maximum Memory2 GB
System
Input DevicesTouchPad
SlotsMemory Stick, MultiMedia Card (MMC), SD Card, xD-Picture Card
Display
Display Size10.1 in
Max Resolution1024 x 600
Aspect Ratio16:9
Storage
Solid State Drive CapacityNo
Hard Drive Capacity160 GB
Number of Hard Drives Included1
Features
Number of Cells6-cell
Battery Life6 Hour
Included DevicesBuilt-In Microphone Yes
General
ColorBlack
Dimensions
Height1 in
Weight2.93 lbs
Width10.2 in
Depth7.2 in
Warranty
Warranty Information1 Year Limited Warranty
More Info
URLhttp://us.acer.com
Additional Specifications
Dimensions1" Height x 10.17" Width x 7.24" Depth
Bus Speed533 MHz
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Pro Reviews

  • Acer Aspire One D250 (Atom N270 1.6GHz, 1GB RAM, 160GB HDD, XP Home, red)

    cnet

    THE GOOD: Rock-bottom price; slimmer size; improved touch pad buttons. THE BAD: Weak speakers; battery life mediocre; small keyboard. THE BOTTOM LINE: For the price, its hard to find fault with Acers even cheaper version of the 10.1-inch Aspire One, as long as youre not expecting top-of-the-line features. Read more

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