Acer Aspire One D270 Review
Since its appearance, netbook immediately receive a friendly welcome from the user’s mobile device. At that time, the netbook is very interesting because it has a small form with 10 “and the most important thing is the price is becoming increasingly affordable. This is a powerful magnet so the netbook is sold on the market. Now various brands compete against each other to produce quality netbooks. Acer is one brand which often launches a netbook. One of the newest is the Acer Aspire One D270 that uses a Cedar Trail processor.
There are some observers who say that netbook could be said to be slow progress, especially those using the Intel Atom processor. It is recognized that the use of Intel Atom processor will save space, meaning that netbook become thinner, weighs less, and use a narrower screens ranging from 7 “to 12″ only. The advantage was also not inferior to the laptop when the netbook could be built with powerful graphics cards such as NVIDIA and ATI Radeon, and other powerful hardware. If you need a cheap netbook, Acer Aspire One D270 is worthy to be discussed.
In order to place Acer Aspire One D270 review to be more fun, let’s look at the full specification of the netbook.
Acer Aspire One D270 Netbook Specifications
• D2600 1.6GHz Intel Atom Processor 1MB L2 cache (Processor Cedar Trail)
• 2GB of DDR3 Memory
• Hard disk SATA 320GB
• Intel GMA 3600 Graphics
• Display 10.1 “1024 × 600
• Interconnection 802.11bgn wifi and Bluetooth V4.0
• Port USB 2.0, HDMI, D-Sub, Audio In / out, Ethernet
• Card reader
• Operation system is windows 7 starter
• Battery 6 cell
• Size (mm) 333x245x24.6 ~ 27
• Weight (kg) 1342
+ Charger • Weight (kg) 1415
Just like most netbooks, Acer Aspire One D270 uses a screen of 10 “, so it looks small and thin dimensions. The design of this netbook is not particularly new; it is adopted from the previous series with some interesting color choices. To cover the LCD screen, this netbook uses a water drop motif with metallic glossy finish or solid depending on what color to use.
Speaking on the screen, Acer Aspire One D270 uses a glossy screen. It will be a little annoying when used outdoors or a room with too bright light. However, users can minimize this by raising the level of brightness. Viewing angle is also quite good because the screen does not change color gradation is too excessive when viewed from the left and right. The screen will change color gradation when viewed from above. Acer Aspire One D270 seems worth a try.