- Processor: 1.66 GHz Intel Atom
- Number of Processors: 1
- RAM: 1 GB
- RAM Type: DDR3 SDRAM
- Hard Drive: 250 GB 5400 rpm
Acer Aspire One AOD255E-13444 10.1-Inch Netbook (1.66GHz Intel Atom N455 processor, 1GB DDR3, 250 GB HDD, 6-cell Lithium ion battery, Windows 7 Starter) Diamond Black
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- No need to look any further for the perfect Netbook, the Acer Aspire One AOD255E has it all! Engage in online activities easier and longer with up to 8-hours of battery life & experience fun, powerful features in a ultra-thin design that travels light.
- 10.1" Acer CrystalBrite LED display (1024 x 600 resolution) provides an optimal web browsing experience for great Internet productivity while on-the-go.
- The Intel Atom N455 Processor lets you do more and stay mobile longer with better video and system performance as well as low power consumption.
- Access your email and browse your favorite websites wherever you are with integrated 802.11 b/g/n Wi-Fi CERTIFIED network connection and fast Ethernet LAN.
- Windows 7 Starter makes the things you do every day easier and with Office Starter 2010, experience new ways to deliver your best work!. Complete your PC. Buy full-featured Microsoft Office 2010.
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So I looked a long time for a netbook with a long battery life. I was willing to give up computing power and processor speed for battery life, and I only wanted to run the MS Office suite and a browser. If you are like me, you'll find your needs nicely met with the AOD255E, which lasts for a full 8+ hours and recharges quickly. I charge it about once a week, and I use it about 3 days per week.
Not sure why, but battery life seems to be a function of both the processor (how the processor efficiently uses battery power) and the number of battery cells. This netbook uses an Intel Atom 455 and a 6 cell battery and gets at least an 8 hour charge, so far. I dont know if Acer designed for this combination or if they just merged these two features together, but so far it has resulted in good results.
It comes with Windows 7 starter. I dont really want to upgrade to the full version of 7 because I like the spare starter version. Not a lot of bells and whistles, but also very quick to load and quick to operate. Out of the box this netbook is sloooooow, but I bought the 2 GB ram upgrade suggested by Amazon, which I confirmed with Crucial was the correct one. Because the AOD255E is such a new model, Crucial did not have pictures of the netbook, so they couldn't send me pictorial directions on swapping out my memory chip.Read more ›
2) A 2GB memory module that works is Crucial's part number CT1596442, which is an 8 chip (4 on each side), single rank, PC8500, DDR3, 2GB module. Its Micron part number is MT8JSF25664HZ-1G1D1.
3) I removed the keyboard by releasing the *four* tabs at the top ("North") side of the keyboard using a very small screwdriver and levering up with an old driver's license (which was a little stiffer than a credit card). I then was able to slide a much thinner plastic card I had underneath the top of the keyboard and then work the card around underneath the keyboard (a playing card also might work well for this).
4) There is an excellent video on YouTube for an Aspire One D255 titled "Acer Aspire One D255 Ram Upgrade" that shows the steps pretty well. The internal layout of the D255 shown in the video appeared to me to be essentially the same as that of the D255E (I happily discovered!).
5) I like this netbook a whole lot, especially with the nice speedup that's a consequence of upgrading the memory to 2GB from 1GB.
Addendum -- Crucial part number CT25664BC1067, has two flavors. The one Amazon appears to be supplying, at least to some people, is CT25664BC1067.16xx. This is a 16 chip dual rank module that will not work in an Acer Aspire One D255E. The CT25664BC1067.8xx version is an 8 chip single rank version and is an alternate name for the CT1596442, the one that Crucial is selling for the D255E. Apparently, the D255E does not like dual rank. The number of chips is neither here nor there. The term "rank" refers to how the chips are connected together on the module.
This should be noted in the description, not that it stopped me since I was able to determine how easy it really is to replace the RAM. Not that I am going to do so, since it would void my warranty. ;)
For those who wish to void their warranty and install 2GB's of RAM, it should take you about 10mins tops to swap it out. ;)
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It serves it's purpose but is very slow. No processor upgrade possible as it is soldered in to mobo.Published 4 months ago by J. Davis
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It is a very good computer, it has been working fine. It is very practical for work. The product meets my spectationsPublished on April 14, 2014 by Reinaldo Wiener
I bought this product at Amazon.com because two main reasons: firstly, because is a working tool I need, and secondly, because this netbook is easy to carry everywhere and also I... Read morePublished on August 27, 2012 by guilloalbuja
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