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Acer Aspire One D150-1B


$450.00 Released March, 2009

Product Shot 1 The Pros:Larger 10.1" screen. Large 160GB storage capacity. Improved trackpad - no longer split.

The Cons:Same resolution as the 9" model. Spinning HDD is louder, hotter, consumes more power and is more prone to damage than an SSD. No (mini-)DVI for connecting modern screens.

The Acer Aspire One D150-1B is a netbook PC from Acer's 2009 Aspire One D150 series that is designed as an upgrade to Acer's original Aspire One netbook series.  The netbook features a 10.1" LED backlit LCD display with 1024 x 600 pixel resolution which is larger than the 8.9" screen of the Aspire One.

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  Like it's predecessor, the D150-1B has a 1.6GHz Intel Atom processor and 1GB memory but comes with a larger 160GB hard drive than the Aspire One.  The netbook includes wireless 802.11b/g, Bluetooth connectivity, and a memory card reader.  It is Energy Star 4.0 compliant for better energy conservation and comes with a 6-cell battery to provide approximately 7 hours of battery life.  The D150-1B is expected to be released in March 2009.  It is almost identical to Acer's Aspire One D150-0B with the only difference being the 6-cell battery that comes with the D150-1B compared to the 3-cell battery of the D150-0B.

Features/Specs

  • 10.1" LED backlit LCD display 
  • 1024 x 600 pixel resolution
  • 1.6GHz Intel Atom N270 processor
  • 1GB memory
  • 160GB hard drive
  • 6-cell battery
  • 802.11b/g WiFi with Acer Signal Up technology
  • Bluetooth
  • Weight: Approx. 2.6 lbs
  • Multi-in-one card reader
  • Energy Star 4.0 rating
  • Brushed-metal palm rest

User Reviews (6)

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Pros
  • 6

    larger 10.1" screen

  • 6

    large 160GB storage capacity

  • 6

    improved trackpad - no longer split

  • 5

    6 cell battery lasts up to 7 hours on a single charge

  • 4

    only $25 dollars more than the 3-cell model

  • 2

    affordable and good value considering what you get

  • 2

    one of the best keyboards on any netbook

Cons
  • 4

    same resolution as the 9" model

  • 1

    spinning HDD is louder, hotter, consumes more power and is more prone to damage than an SSD

  • 1

    No (mini-)DVI for connecting modern screens.

  • 1

    Power plug, not magnetic, will fail in a few years.

  • 1

    No exertnal CD/DVD drive in purchase price

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Chris Carson
Chris Carson: #acer_aspire_one_d150_1b I bought mine as a certified refurb and it worked and looks brand new. Bought it on BUY.com for $299 and free shipping so saved an extra 50 bucks. The only thing I changed when I got it was adding 2gb of memory. I'm a pilot doing a lot of long haul over the atlantic this computer is the perfect size for traveling. Love it and would rec to anyone looking for a small easy to use computer. Jun 13, 09
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