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Testseek.com have collected 68 expert reviews of the Acer Aspire One D250 and the average rating is 73%. Scroll down and see all reviews for Acer Aspire One D250.
Award: Recommended August 2009
August 2009
 
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The editors liked

  • Low Price
  • Nice build quality
  • Easy access for upgrades
  • Dualboots to Android and Windows XP
  • Dual-boot netbook. Google's Android Operating system is a first for netbooks. Very good battery life. Top of the line Intel Atom processor. Among the lightest netbooks offered. Very inexpensive.
  • One of the lightest netbooks available. Pretty cheap. Very good battery life. Two-year Costco warranty.
  • Light
  • Slim design
  • Bright
  • Crisp display
  • Thinner and lighter than its predecessor. Price stays where it is. Very good battery life. Batteries are carried over from the previous version.
  • Excellent display
  • Multi-touch trackpad
  • Excellent battery life
  • Impressive performance
  • Android environment boots very fast
  • Rock-bottom price
  • Slimmer size
  • Improved touch pad buttons.
  • Low price
  • Thinner and lighter than its predecessor
  • Beautiful screen
  • 3G Ready
  • Nice screen
  • Good keyboard
  • Decent battery life
  • Quick and easy to use
  • Three USB ports and card reader builtin
  • Thin and lightweight
  • Nicely made
  • Very low power comsumption
  • Low weight with 3cell battery
  • Slim and chic design
  • Good workmanship and case quality
  • Very low noise emission
  • Relatively good battery runtime
  • Ease of access to installed components

The editors didn't like

  • Poor battery life
  • Small keyboard
  • Still uses weak integrated graphics
  • Bad touchpad buttons
  • Lacks some key Android apps out of the box
  • Very cramped keyboard. Touchpad and mouse buttons are too small. Design is plain. Android needs polishing.
  • Bland design. Keyboard is cramped. Touchpad and mouse buttons are too small.
  • Somewhat cramped keyboard
  • Small touchpad
  • 89 percent keyboard is one of the smallest. Touchpad and mouse buttons are small.
  • Stiff trackpad buttons
  • Relatively expensive
  • Limited Android functionality
  • Touch screen
  • Low resolution
  • Weak speakers
  • Battery life mediocre
  • Small keyboard.
  • Bundled security suite tanks performance
  • Mediocre battery life
  • Small keyboard and touch pad
  • Battery life is short
  • Comes with annoying things installed
  • Speakers on bottom and not very loud
  • Glossy screen
  • Not very visible in direct sunlight
  • High heat levels on some parts of the case bottom
  • Glossy
  • Low contrast display
  • Unpractical port positioning
  • Currently no UMTS option available
  • Very stiff headphone port

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  Published: 2010-02-12, review by: infoworld.com

  • Abstract:  If Acer addresses any of afforementioned beefs with the D250-1613's Android side's shortcomings, this is an update away from a better recommendation. While the company could correct the software letdowns, however..

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  Published: 2009-11-24, Author: Andrew , review by: techworld.com

  • This new version of the Acer Aspire One D250 with Windows 7 and Android is around £280 – or you can find the first Windows XP version for £199. Put kindly, we’d say that Acer's Android-on-a-netbook project is work in progress right now, with so little...

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  Published: 2009-11-01, review by: computershopper.com

  • Excellent battery life; impressive performance; Android environment boots very fast
  • Limited Android functionality; small keyboard, touch screen; low resolution
  • The AOD250 has a curious second operating system (Google's Android) and long battery life, but its ergonomics are flawed, and Android is less exciting than we hoped. ...

 
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  Published: 2009-10-29, review by: infoworld.com

  • Abstract:  The latest model in the Aspire One netbook line is fairly nondescript. The D250-1613 has the same 1.6GHz Intel Atom CPU, plus 1GB of RAM, a 160GB hard drive, a tiny keyboard, and a microscopic multitouch pad. With its cookie-cutter netbook design, it ...

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  Published: 2009-10-27, review by: pcworld.com_techhive.com

  • Dualboots to Android and Windows XP,
  • Lacks some key Android apps out of the box

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  Published: 2009-10-22, review by: pcmag.com

  • One of the lightest netbooks available. Pretty cheap. Very good battery life. Two-year Costco warranty.
  • Bland design. Keyboard is cramped. Touchpad and mouse buttons are too small.
  • The Acer Aspire One (D250-1958) is sure to be a best-selling netbook because it's cheap, but the typing and navigating experience needs a drastic overhaul....

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  Published: 2009-10-15, review by: pcmag.com

  • Dual-boot netbook. Google's Android Operating system is a first for netbooks. Very good battery life. Top of the line Intel Atom processor. Among the lightest netbooks offered. Very inexpensive.
  • Very cramped keyboard. Touchpad and mouse buttons are too small. Design is plain. Android needs polishing.
  • Despite booting both XP and Android in one netbook, the Acer Aspire One AOD250 (Android) falls short in terms of features and design....

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  Published: 2009-07-11, review by: technogog.com

  • Decent battery life, Quick and easy to use, Three USB ports and card reader builtin, Thin and lightweight, Nicely made
  • Comes with annoying things installed, Speakers on bottom and not very loud, Glossy screen, Not very visible in direct sunlight
  • The Acer Aspire One D250 is a great little netbook, it’s small, thin, and lightweight making it very portable. Acer has done a nice job with the new Aspire One series of netbooks, most anyone will be happy with it. It’s great for doing light w...

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  Published: 2009-07-08, review by: i4u.com

  • 3G Ready, Nice screen, Good keyboard
  • Battery life is short
  • The Acer Aspire One D250 is a nice netbook that is lacking in the battery life department. Other than wanting more battery life, there is little to not like about the Acer Aspire One D250 making it one of the most solid netbooks around and if it had lo...

 
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  Published: 2009-07-06, review by: notebookreview.com

  • Low Price, Nice build quality, Easy access for upgrades
  • Poor battery life, Small keyboard, Still uses weak integrated graphics, Bad touchpad buttons
  • Although the offers a great value for less than $300, I cant help but feel a little less than impressed. Acer used a small keyboard, small touchpad, and worst of all a small battery on what is otherwise a fantastic netbook. Considering how crowded the ne...

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