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Acer Aspire AS1410-8837 Notebook PC -
Intel Core 2 Solo SU3500
1.4GHz, 3GB DDR2,
250GB HDD,
11.6” WXGA,

475.00

here are the specs:

Display Type:
WXGA Crystal Brite panel Display
Screen Size:
11.6"
Maximum Resolution:
1280 x 800
Memory Type:
DDR2
Memory Size:
3GB
Memory Speed:
DDR2 667
Memory Slots (Total):
2
Memory Slots (Filled):
1
Memory Slots (Available):
1
Maximum Memory Supported:
4GB
Capacity:
250GB
Hard Drives Included:
1x 250GB
Drive Types:
Hard Drive
Hard Drive Speed:
5400 RPM
Lifestyle:
Thin & Light
Condition:
Open Box
Operating Systems:
Windows Vista Home Premium
Startup Operating System:
Windows Vista Home Premium English/French
Platform:
Notebook PC
Processor Brand:
Intel
Processor Class:
Core 2 Solo
Processor Type:
Single-Core
Processor Speed:
1.4GHz
Processor Number:
SU3500
Processor FSB:
800MHz
Processor Cache:
3 MB L2 Cache
Additional Technologies:
Enhanced SpeedStep Technology

Intel® Virtualization Technology
Graphics Description:
Integrated Graphics
GPU/VPU:
Intel® Graphics Media Accelerator 4500
Video Interface:
HDMI

VGA
Optical Drive Type:
N/A
Supplemental Drive Type:
Media Reader
Media Types:
Memory Stick

xD-Picture Card

Memory Stick PRO

Multi Media Card

Secure Digital
Audio Description:
Integrated Audio
Audio Input:
1- Microphone input port
Audio Output:
1 - Headphone output port
PS/2 Mouse Connectors:
N/A
PS/2 Keyboard Connectors:
N/A
Serial Communication Ports:
N/A
Parallel Ports:
N/A
USB Ports:
3
LAN Ports:
1
Audio Out Jacks:
1
Microphone Jacks:
1
VGA Ports:
1
HDMI Ports:
1
Communications Description:
Integrated LAN

Integrated Wireless LAN
Interface Type:
RJ-45 Ethernet Connector

802.11a/b/g/n Wireless lan
Data Transfer Rate:
Up to 300 Mbps

10/100/1000 Gigabit Ethernet LAN
Protocols:
802.11b

802.11a

802.11g

802.11n
Width:
11.22"
Height:
0.87"~1.18"
Depth:
8.03"
Weight:
3.08 lbs
Mouse Type:
TouchPad™ Pointing Device
Buttons:
2
Keyboard Type:
Standard Size
Battery Type:
6-Cell Lithium-ion

Comments

Andre said…
Here's the reality according to André:

In laptops like this you get what you pay for. The price of entry on this one is cheap; and that's what you'll see in the product.

If you buy a $500 laptop now you'll be in the need of another $500 PC in two years. If you spend $900 or $1000 now you'll have something that will last you much longer then 2 years.

Netbooks do two things, internet and email. It can't be a primary machine, it's the scooter of laptops. On a scooter you're going to have problems doing grocery shopping, running people around, you're going to get wet when it rains and you can't get on the freeway, or frankly go long distances on it. It's a big compromise because even to just get from point a to b you don't have the same experience as a car.

This machine is not a powerful machine, 1.4GHz processor? Those were current 5 years ago. Running the latest OS on it is... questionable, but probably better then Vista.

Personally I would NOT buy this machine.

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