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Acer 11.6" Aspire Win8 Touch Netbook AMD A6-1450 4GB 500GB | V5-122P-0643

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  • Screen Size: 11.6"
  • Screen Resolution: 1366 x 768
  • Processor Type: AMD
  • Processor Model: A6-1450
  • Processor Speed: 1GHz
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Acer V5-122P-0643 Laptop, Refurbished (NX.M8WAA.001)


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Screen Size11.6 inches
Max Screen Resolution1366 x 768
Hard Drive500 GB
Brand NameAcer
SeriesV5-122P-0643
Item model numberNX.M8WAA.001
Hardware PlatformPC
Operating SystemWindows 8
Item Weight2.7 pounds
Item Dimensions L x W x H11.40 x 8.10 x 0.80 inches
  
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ASINB00DYOELQS
Best Sellers Rank #26,882 in Computers & Accessories (See top 100)
Shipping Weight4.3 pounds (View shipping rates and policies)
Date First AvailableJuly 16, 2013
  
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Amazon.com Return Policy: You may return any new computer purchased from Amazon.com that is "dead on arrival," arrives in damaged condition, or is still in unopened boxes, for a full refund within 30 days of purchase. Amazon.com reserves the right to test "dead on arrival" returns and impose a customer fee equal to 15 percent of the product sales price if the customer misrepresents the condition of the product. Any returned computer that is damaged through customer misuse, is missing parts, or is in unsellableRead more condition due to customer tampering will result in the customer being charged a higher restocking fee based on the condition of the product. Amazon.com will not accept returns of any desktop or notebook computer more than 30 days after you receive the shipment. New, used, and refurbished products purchased from Marketplace vendors are subject to the returns policy of the individual vendor.

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13 of 13 people found the following review helpful By matt.mingkee on August 26, 2013
I purchased this "netbook" last week and I really like the screen. It is very clear and it can be viewed at almost any angle without discoloration (probably it's SLCD or IPS). The touchscreen is nice, but it has some strange behavior with FireFox (no response with some sites).
There are only two USB ports (one 2.0 and one 3.0), but fortunately, it has bluetooth built-in, so you can use it if you have bluetooth mouse or keyboard.
It comes with 4GB DDR3L (2GB on board and 2GB on a slot). It was upgraded to 10GB (2+8GB), but if you plan to upgrade to 10GB, make sure you get 1.35V DDR3 or it won't work. Both battery and RAM are easily accessible with a philips screwdriver.
The unit is very light and easy to carry even with one hand and the screen is open. The touchpad is a bit too sensitive for me and I had to adjust a bit to make it works normally.
As the CPU is only 1GHz quad-core, it works fine with Office, E-book reading, internet browsing, and video watching up to 720p. Tested with 1080p youtube and it looks OK with occasional hiccup. You can use HDMI with mini display adapter, which is used for MacBook Air, to connect to TV.
Now I have to tell there's a major software flaw with AMD Vision Center, and Acer must read it and investigate and fix. DO NOT adjust your internal screen with Vision Center, but you should use Windows Color Setting instead (or just use FN+left/right to adjust brightness). Failure to do will cause dark screen for incorrect Gamma and you have no way to fix, and gradually you have to do factory reset (factory renew and system restore don't work).
I called it "netbook" because the performance is on the top of the category (good screen, quad-core processor, up to 10GB RAM), but it is basic in performance as a regular laptop. If you're looking for a unit with balance of lightweight, performance, and price, this is a right one for you.
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6 of 7 people found the following review helpful By John E. Scott on October 19, 2013
I bought one of these from a Best Buy in their open box specials. It was a cheap way to try out Windows 8 and get a touch screen which I knew you almost have to have to use Windows 8 well. Frankly I was disappointed in the AMD A6 1450 APU. In testing the Quad core has trouble with many apps taking advantage of boosting its turbo mode in all cores. I tended to see more two cores then all 4. Its max speed on the CPU is 1.4Ghz and that's still pretty slow. I have not figured out why AMD insists on marrying a nice graphic chip to a slow CPU?? I guess they figure that these days browsers are better matched to use the graphics power for rendering. My opinion of Windows 8 still is mediocre at best for a notebook. Even with a touch screen I don't find it intuitive. I find it a Jeckle and Hyde kind of OS. makes for a confusing mess in my opinion.
This little notebook is far better then some of the earlier Intel Atom based Netbook's but its not on par with what I consider to be more then minimal performance. Acer puts far too much junk software on this little machine. The trial Security suite pretty much brings it to a standstill as it scans. Once you remove the suite the PC becomes much more responsive. Why these PC makers continue to reduce the user experience with poorly matched software is beyond me?
Once I managed to remove all the junkware and trialware. I found the Acer to be a much more acceptable small notebook.
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1 of 1 people found the following review helpful By Luna Ville on January 8, 2015
Amazon really ought to allow a zero star rating. As for the other reviews, it would not surprise me in the least to learn that they were all written by employees of either Acer or Microsoft. I have resisted reviewing this laptop for three semesters believing my problems were entirely due to Mircrosoft, in particular, Microsoft 8. I no longer care. Acer chose to do business with Microsoft and Acer chose to load Windows 8 on their product. Acer has to accept responsibility for those choices.

This computer is so slow it is almost unbelievable. It cannot reliably perform even the most basic functions. I have recurring problems with receiving and sending e-mail. Sending an order to my printer to print on both sides of the paper works every time with every computer in the house except mine. With my computer, it will obey the command to print on both sides maybe every 4th or 5th time. The rest of the time the document prints single-sided wasting paper, toner, and when I need to cram a lot of information into a notebook I can carry everyday it also wastes space and makes my backpack heavier.

This computer cannot even be relied upon to malfunction in the same way consistently. Drop down boxes appear and disappear fairly much at random. If I find a control that works for me, the next time I want it, finding that control again will takes an inordinate amount of time.

This computer resets its default settings on its own. If I set it to default to my actual printer, it may stay that way for a few days, but then one day,I after running to the printer two or three times trying to figure out what is wrong with it, I will realize the default setting has magically changed to that silly-ass, useless OneNote crap.
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1 of 1 people found the following review helpful By Amazon Customer on May 29, 2014
I got this back in September at Best Buy, and it's been my primary computer/laptop since then. It was on sale, so I think it was around $350. All this time that I've used it, I've liked it. Surprisingly, 1 GHz and 4 GB of RAM have been enough for everything that I've done. I played League of Legends on it, and my highest frames per second was about 40, but it's enough. Although sometimes the client crashes, doesn't respond, ping goes up and FPS goes down, but some of these problems might be caused by my Internet, not computer. So generally, I don't get lag, websites load quickly, etc. Boot time is also good - not extremely fast, but not slow at all. I also like Windows 8 - I don't see what all the hate is about. Once you use it for about a week, you'll be used to it. Battery life was so-so; if you used it constantly for web browsing, it would probably last for 4-6 hours. However, several weeks ago, the screen started glitching if you moved the top part. It would make weird lines and stuff (I don't really know how to explain it). Anyway, even though it happened every day, it didn't really bother me since it would only do that if you moved the screen. Then, a few days ago, I was using it when it automatically went to sleep because it was at low battery. This isn't a big problem, since you just plug it in ASAP when this happens. However, when I plugged it in, let it charge, then tried turning it on, it wouldn't turn on. So I let it charge overnight, but it still wouldn't turn on; I'm guessing it crashed. :( This makes me sad, especially since I've only had it for 8 months. I've dropped my computer exactly one time - about 2 1/2 feet onto carpet.
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