• 1.6GHz Intel Atom N270 Processor
  • 1024MB DDR2 SDRAM Single Channel Memory
  • 160GB SATA Hard Drive (5400RPM)
  • Windows XP Home (SP3), Up to 7.5 Hours of Battery Life (6-Cell 5200 mAh)
  • 10.1″ WSVGA CrystalBrite LED Display, Integrated Intel Graphics Media Accelerator 950

Product Description
Acer Aspire One AOD250-1924 Netbook comes with these specs: Intel Atom Processor N270, Windows XP Home with Service Pack 3, 10.1-Inch WSVGA Acer CrystalBrite LED Display, Mobile Intel 945GSE Express Chipset, Integrated Intel Graphics Media Accelerator 950, 1024MB DDR2 SDRAM Single Channel Memory, 160GB SATA Hard Drive (5400RPM), Multi-in-1 Digital Media Card Reader, Acer InviLink 802.11b/g Wi-Fi CERTIFIED, Bluetooth 2.0+EDR, Integrated Acer Crystal Eye Webcam, Two Built-in Stereo Speakers, Optimized Dolby Headphone Technology, Multi-gesture Touchpad, 3 – USB 2.0 Ports, 6-cell Li-ion Battery (5200 mAh), 2.79 lbs. | 1.27 kg (system section only), AC Power Adapter, AC Power Cord, Wireless Setup Card, Registration/ Limited Warranty Card, McAfee Internet Security Suite (60-day trial), Diamond Black ColorAmazon.com Product Description
Building upon the line of renouned Aspire One netbooks, Acer creates it even simpler to stay prolific whilst upon the go with the incomparable 10.1-inch shade of the Aspire One AOD250. Improving upon the prior AOD150 model, the framework of the Aspire One AOD250 has been honed down to be some-more neat as good as lightweight than the prototype whilst still maintaining the glorious nearby full-size set of keys as good as in vogue signature black bezel surrounding the bright, silken 10.1-inch screen.

A good preference for light-packing commercial operation travelers, the 10.1-inch Aspire One AOD250 comes with Windows XP Home, the 160 GB tough drive, as good as the 6-cell battery for up to 7.5 hours of battery life.

The sleekly written Aspire One AOD250 weighs only 2.8 pounds (with 6-cell battery).

The integrated webcam as good as microphone creates it easy to bond with friends around video chats.

A good preference for students as good as commercial operation travelers who similar to to transport light, this Aspire One AOD250 indication (AOD250-1924) in black has the 6-cell battery that provides up to 7.5 hours of battery hold up upon the go as good as weighs 2.8 pounds. Designed generally for mobile devices, the 1.6 GHz Intel Atom N270 processor uses an innovative pattern make up as good as hafnium-infused circuitry, that reduces electrical stream steam in transistors to preserve energy.

You’ll be means to simply video discuss wherever we ramble interjection to the Crystal Eye webcam integrated in to the LCD’s bezel, delivering well-spoken video streaming as good as tall peculiarity images even in low-light situations. And the built-in digital microphone delivers higher voice peculiarity gripping credentials sound turn low as good as minimizing echoes.

Packed with ample 160 GB tough drive–great for storing the mobile digital audio as good as video library–this Aspire One additionally facilities 1 GB of commissioned RAM (1.5 GB maximum), 54g Wi-Fi networking (802.11b/g), multi-format mental recall label reader, mixed USB ports, as good as built-in email, web browsing, as good as digital media applications. In further to this Diamond Black model, the AOD250 additionally comes in Ruby Red, Sapphire Blue, as good as Seashell White.

It comes preinstalled with the Microsoft Windows XP Home handling system, that offers some-more gifted users an extended as good as innovative knowledge that incorporates Windows Live facilities similar to Windows Live Messenger for present messaging as good as Windows Live Mail for combined email accounts upon your desktop.

Key Features

  • 10.1-inch LED-backlit CrystalBrite screen (1024 x 600 resolution) (Learn more)
  • 1.6 GHz Intel Atom N270 processor combines opening as good as potency to try the Internet as good as stay continuous whilst mobile (Learn more)
  • 160 GB tough drive (5400 RPM
  • 1 GB DDR2 RAM (533 MHz; limit capacity)
  • Integrated Intel Graphics Media Accelerator 950 video processor
  • Crystal Eye webcam supports Acer PrimaLite technology, that consists of the reward sensor, firmware as good as lenses to yield higher video opening underneath low-light conditions. A built-in digital microphone helps keep credentials sound levels low as good as minimizes echoes.
  • 84-key keyboard, 89 percent of standard-size with twelve duty keys, WLAN switch
  • 54g Wi-Fi (802.11b/g)
  • Fast Ethernet (10/100)
  • VGA video output
  • Stereo speakers as good as optimized Dolby Headphone technology for 5.1-channel audio
  • Microsoft Window XP Home handling system
  • Up to 7.5 hours of battery life with enclosed 6-cell battery
  • Dimensions: 10.2 x 7.2 x 1 inches (WxDxH)
  • Weight: 2.8 pounds
  • Warranty: One-year tools as good as work singular guaranty with point International Traveler’s Warranty

Networking, Connectivity & Expansion
This Acer Aspire One cover has an integrated 54g wireless LAN (Acer InviLink) that’s concordant with 802.11b as good as 802.11g networks as good as offers Acer’s SignalUp record for extended receiver efficiency. It additionally provides Fast (10/100) Ethernet networking.

  • 3 USB 2.0 ports for joining the far-reaching operation of peripherals–from digital cameras to MP3 players
  • Analog video output: 1 VGA
  • Multi-in-1 mental recall label reader concordant with MultiMediaCard, Reduced-Size MultiMediaCard, Secure Digital, Memory Stick, Memory Stick PRO or xD-Picture Card
  • 1 headphone jack, 1 microphone jack

What’s in the box
This package contains the Acer Aspire One AOD250-1924 cover PC, rechargeable lithium-ion battery, AC adapter, as good as handling instructions

It additionally comes with the following software: McAfee Internet Security Suite (trial version); Google Desktop; Carbonite Online Backup; Customized Windows Internet Explorer 7.0; Acer GridVista

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10.1-Inch CrystalBrite Screen

The 10.1-inch shade has the WSVGA fortitude (1024 x 600) as good as await for up the 262K tone depth. Video is powered by the Intel Graphics Media Accelerator 950, that uses common video mental recall with the categorical memory. Acer’s CrystalBrite arrangement record guarantees the most appropriate probable visible knowledge by preventing the freeing of surrounding light as good as inner ray. Compared to normal TFT LCDs, Acer CrystalBrite record is means to review tone coordinates some-more accurately, to illustrate minimizing exaggeration as good as formulating high-fidelity colors in all environments.

Power-Sipping Processor

The Intel Atom processor uses the code brand new pattern make up that packs in 47 million transistors in to the singular thinly slice sized during only 22mm (0.87 inches), as good as it uses only 2.5 watts of power–less than 1/10 of the 35 watts used by an Intel Core 2 Duo processor–for glorious battery management. This 1.6 GHz Atom N270 processor additionally includes the power-optimized front side train of 533 MHz for faster interpretation send upon perfectionist mobile applications as good as the 512 KB L2 cache (which at the moment stores data).

Acer Aspire One AOD250-1924 10.1-Inch Black Netbook – 7.5 Hour Battery Life

5 Reviews

  1. CLN says:

    I bought this computer almost 6 weeks ago and am thrilled with it for all the standard reasons– lightweight, portable, bright screen, etc. The computer starts up very quickly from hibernation. As a bonus, the computer fits easily in my (large) purse. I plan to buy the memory upgrade– when I have several Firefox windows open (6-8 with 3-4 tabs in each) the computer slows down. Open Office will run, but sluggishly.

    However, I don’t quite understand why this computer (Aspire One AOD-250-1924) has so few reviews, but a similar model (Aspire One AOD-250-1990) has so many. The 1924 computer has Bluetooth and a slightly longer battery life than the AOD-250-1990 model. The 1990 model has a 6-cell 4800 mAh (milliAmp per hour) battery, and this computer (the 1924 model) has a 6-cell 5200 mAh battery… and thus slightly longer battery life. Today (August 18th) the 1924 is ~$20 more expensive than the 1990, but when I bought my 1924 the 1990 was ~$35 more than the 1990. Weird.

    In summary, if you are ‘upgrading’ from an older laptop (a 2005 Dell, in my case), you won’t sacrifice much by switching to this computer, and you’ll benefit from great portability. This netbook is a great solution for me while I wait for Windows 7 or the means to buy a Mac.

    Rating: 5 / 5

  2. Patrick Perdu says:

    I bought one of these last winter for my wife before going to travel Europe, and we liked it so much I bought another one this summer as a backup for my (too big) laptop.
    The battery life we get out of it is enough to last the whole 10 hour flight from Caracas to Paris. It is not as powerful as a state of the art laptop such as the one I spend my life on, but all in all it has all what we need, provided that you add an external optic drive (which we did).
    It is more than enough for on-the-road communication, accounting and photo processing and storage and though the video card and the cranking power will not allow you to play fancy flight simulators they are well suited to travel needs.
    I had to use if occasionally for a quick fix in code and I feared it would be a drag to edit source files on such a samll screen or that it would take ages to compile but no: the screen is really good and, though not as wide as I would need on a daily basis, enough to perform the tasks at hand. The building of the project was noticeably slower than with my work horse but in no way outrageous.
    When on the road with it I don’t need to unplug all my lab from the main laptop every night: I can Skype my wife from the hotel and read the news at breakfast – very convenient.
    All in all a great backup/on-the-road PC.

    Rating: 4 / 5

  3. Impe says:

    I bought this netbook with one purpose in mind, to have something lightweight with a long battery life for when I’m on the road. It fulfills those functions very well. I didn’t give it a fifth star for two reasons. First, it is difficult to load software if you have CDs since there is no CD-ROM drive. Second, the keyboard feels a little cheap. I am hoping this doesn’t mean problems down the line. So far, so good.
    Rating: 4 / 5

  4. Boris A. Frenkel says:

    I bought this netbook this weekend in where it comes bundled with a case, mouse and external DVD burner. What a great, powerful toy! I immediately upgraded it to Windows 7 and I am very impressed how easy it was to install and how well this little thing performs. Unfortunately you cannot upgrade from Windows XP, you have to simply reinstall OS and then all the programs, but that has been very easy. Windows 7 found all the devices on the netbook, including webcam, microphone, speakers, card reader and bluetooth mouse. Playback of video, animated windows, loading heavy programs – you don’t feel any pain. The battery life is great – I did not have a chance to compare with XP, but it lasts under Windows 7 not less than advertized, and I am pretty active user who does not like dimmed screen. The only negative thing I can say about this notebook is my fingerprints on the lid make it look pretty dirty right away. I wish it was not so shiny. Otherwise, it is a great product, highly recommended.
    Rating: 5 / 5

  5. Justin W. Benjamin says:

    I bought this as a Black Friday special on a different site. But I use Amazon a lot so I thought I’d review it here as well. First thing, get a 2GB chip for this. It works just fine with 1GB, but you’ll like it more with 2GB. Second, this thing is great! I immediately upgraded to Windows 7 and it actually runs faster than this machine did with XP. No joke! And it’s completely usable even with only 1GB with Windows 7… WITH Aero turned on!!! Again, no joke! After I put Win 7 on it I only needed to install the touchpad drivers to stop the “click by tapping on touchpad” feature – I hate that – but it wasn’t necessary. Everything else worked right out of the box with Win 7. I then resized the win partition and installed Ubuntu 9.10 in the empty space. Again, no issues at all. Wireless worked out of the box, sound worked out of the box. I was totally amazed… I figured it would be a nightmare with proprietary drivers, etc but nope. Smooth as silk. I’m writing this review on it right now. Oh, and even with Ubuntu or Win 7, battery life is WELL over 5 hours. They claim 7 hours, I’m not 100% sure on that, but it’s gotta be close… I’ve been using it for well on 5 hours now and I’ve still got 2 hours left on battery. Overall, an awesome purchase and I would definitely buy another. I’m thinking about getting one for my wife actually. :) Also, it’s really thin too. I was amazed at how tiny this thing is but that everything works so well. USB seems a bit slow with only 1GB ram but once I upgraded, it got WAY faster (I know it shouldn’t affect that, but I’m just being honest) Keyboard is a bit small for my fat hands, but definitely within tolerable range. Wireless card is fast, haven’t tried the wired connection yet. Not having a DVD drive is a pain and it doesn’t seem to want to boot well off of a USB dvd drive, but it does fine using USB flash drives (use Netbootin or something like it to make bootable USBs from a cd or DVD). Runs fine with video, watched a movie ripped from DVD on it just a little while ago with no issues. Youtube on HD mode got kinda choppy, but in standard mode it worked just fine. No problems on any other sites for me. All in all, a great buy and does what it is supposed to and does it well. You’re not gonna be editing full length feature films on it, but even moderately intensive programs seem to do just fine. :)
    Rating: 5 / 5

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