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Testseek.co.uk 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

  • Good screen
  • Solid build
  • Good looking
  • Lots of storage space
  • Android operating system loads quickly
  • Android loads disgustingly fast
  • Excellent display
  • Light
  • Multitouch trackpad
  • Attractive red chassis
  • Good battery life
  • Bright screen
  • Good keyboard
  • Lightweight
  • Slimmer design and better touchpad buttons than its predecessor
  • The D150

The editors didn't like

  • Below average battery life
  • No touchscreen
  • Android doesn’t really add anything
  • Stale netbook hardware
  • No integrated Gmail in Android
  • Stiff trackpad buttons
  • Relatively expensive
  • Android is very basic and really gets in the way
  • Fiddly keyboard
  • Android addition is pretty pointless for most users
  • Weak speakers
  • Mediocre battery life
  • Small keyboard

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  Published: 2011-01-12, review by: itpro.co.uk

  • There's little point in buying the Aspire One to use Android which isn't of much use on a netbook for most people. However, when used with Windows 7, the Aspire One is generally a pleasure to use thanks to its long battery life and responsive, comforta...

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  Published: 2010-04-29, review by: tracyandmatt.co.uk

  • Whilst you could argue that the speed of boot and potential lower power consumption justify Android's presence on this dual boot system. Personally I don't think that the version of Android installed here is quite mature enough, and it's UI certainly ...

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  Published: 2010-01-16, review by: v3.co.uk

  • Good looking; lots of storage space; Android operating system loads quickly
  • No touchscreen; Android doesn’t really add anything
  • Having the Android operating system doesn’t add much to what’s already a decent computer, except for increasing the price Good points Good looking; lots of storage space; Android operating system loads quickly Bad points No touchscreen; Androi...

 
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  Published: 2010-01-16, review by: computeractive.co.uk

  • Good looking; lots of storage space; Android operating system loads quickly,
  • No touchscreen; Android doesn’t really add anything
  • Having the Android operating system doesn’t add much to what’s already a decent computer, except for increasing the price...

 
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  Published: 2009-12-28, review by: pocket-lint.com

  • Bright screen, good keyboard, lightweight
  • Android addition is pretty pointless for most users
  • Overall Android is an interesting addition, but not one that is very compelling. With the browser not returning a solid performance, we'd be tempted just to let Windows 7 boot, in which case you can ignore this edition of the netbook altogetherKey spe...

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  Published: 2009-12-17, review by: electricpig.co.uk

  • Android loads disgustingly fast
  • Stale netbook hardware, no integrated Gmail in Android
  • You won't be using Android much, but it's great to have the option there for quick booting...

 
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  Published: 2009-11-28, review by: gadgetspeak.com

  • Abstract:  When is a laptop not a laptop? A general answer might be when it is a netbook while a more specific answer could be when it is an Aspire One. ...

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  Published: 2009-11-24, review by: techadvisor.co.uk

  • 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 rig...

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  Published: 2009-11-23, Author: Rory , review by: CNET.co.uk

  • Attractive red chassis; good battery life
  • Android is very basic and really gets in the way; fiddly keyboard
  • By including the Android OS, Acer intended to give users of the Aspire One D250 Android faster access to everyday computing applications. While it boots quickly though, the presence of Android soon causes more problems than it solves ...

 
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  Published: 2009-11-14, review by: theregister.co.uk

  • We were hoping for so much more. Android on phones is a powerful, highly customisable OS with a growing selection of third-party apps. On Acer's dual-OS Aspire One D250, it's just a basic front-end for quick web, and music and photo media access...

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