Pink Mini Laptop Computers
The Best Acer Pink Mini Laptop Computers
Pink Mini Laptops & Netbooks
Acer has some of the most stylish laptops on the market, and the
10-inch Acer pink mini laptop is up there on the list of great netbooks.
Their 10-inch Aspire One line is hugely popular because of not just
their outstanding styling, but their compact size and feature
set as well.
The current pink colored Aspire One models will help to keep
them near the top in netbook sales, even compared to big players like
Dell and Sony. Acer netbooks tend to be a bit cheaper than a
lot of models out there, and they are very stylish compared to
a lot of competing netbooks on the market too.
Acer owns a large chunk of a netbook market that is always growing.
Their new 10 inch models will be even more popular than their 9 inch
models, and the prices are still competitive. They are between fifty
and one hundred dollars less than other netbook manufacturers' similar
systems. It's not quite the best mini laptop out there, but it's among
Like other netbooks and laptops, Acer's offer the latest Intel
processors, which work speedily, to help you get your work done, or to
help you keep up with friends and family. The current Acer pink mini
laptop has a keyboard that's big enough to keep your typing
comfortable, but the touch pad is too small for some. The mouse buttons
are fairly easy to use, and the six cell battery has an extended life
that will last about six hours. The mini laptop is somewhat heavier
than some other models due to the six cell battery, but it will give
you power on the go for longer periods of time.
The original netbooks and mini laptops were made to be inexpensive
machines for travel and commuting, and the new Acers fit that
description well. You can add options that will bump the price up, but
at its basic price, it's a very workable model.
The newer Acer pink mini laptop has a textured, matte finish for the
keyboard and a glossy kid. The footprint is very similar to other mini
laptops in the same size range, although Acer models tend to be a bit
thicker and somewhat heavier.
Acer's new Aspire Ethos mini laptops have a larger screen and chassis
than the original Aspire Ones. But the keyboard is very similar. The
keyboard tends to be a bit less comfortable than the HP Mini or the
comparable Samsung NC10, but the page up and down keys are quite
The Acer touchpad is not the best part of the mini laptop, but it's
usable. It's small, and so is the rocker bar under it. Getting a proper
click is a bit difficult, since it's deeply embedded. The
wide-screen LCD display on the Acer pink mini laptop gives you a
readable view, and some web pages won't even require scrolling. The
images are clear and bright, and the display is bigger, which is a main
The newest models of the Acer Aspire have typical connections and
ports, comparable to those on other economical netbooks. The D260 model
is lightweight and slim for a netbook, and they have a processor that
is slightly faster.
This line of netbooks is a bright spot in the Acer line, since they
make quite decent netbooks for reasonable prices. The Acer pink mini
laptop may only be exciting in the color of the skin or cover you use
on it, but the D260 model is smaller, thinner and lighter than most of
their other mini laptops. It also has a more easy to use touchpad and
The D260, which is one of the newer models in the Acer line, is in the
middle of the lower priced netbook models, and it has a smart design
and good looks. It uses the new Atom N475 by Intel, rather than the
older model. It runs faster than the older CPU. This will help to keep
your netbook from running sluggishly.
Even the faster Acer netbooks are still, at their core, pretty basic,
but they are fine for checking email and surfing the web. The weight
and size are appealing factors, and the battery life is good. Some of
the Acer models are smaller than the competition, but the Acer pink
mini laptop has a screen size that is similar to other mini laptops in
You can add pink skins to the dark gray D260, one of the newer Acer
mini laptops. Otherwise, it tends to be non-descript. The interior is
gray as well, with a keyboard of black. The keys are closely-spaced and
cut into an island-style keyboard. Some models may have a bit more
space between keys, which makes them easier to use. Each manufacturer
of netbooks wants to fit the most keyboard in the smallest space, but
with the smallest models, it will take some getting used to.
The touch pad of the 260 is generous for the size of the system, and
it's not as high as it is wide. The pad has a good feel to it, and the
mouse buttons are located on a rocker bar, not on separate buttons.
The display of the Acer pink mini laptop is 10.1 inches, and has the
standard resolution for the 10-inch netbooks. Some of the higher-priced
netbooks have more pixels in their displays. Some of the models have a
shinier or glossier finish than others, with the less glossy models
being easier to use, with less glare.
You won't find any big surprises in the connections and ports of the
Acer netbooks, or in its hard drive or RAM, but, as mentioned, the
newer models have the latest Intel Atom CPU version. It's a faster chip
than the one that most netbook manufacturers use.
There has also been improvement in some of the benchmark tests for the
newer Acer models, although premium netbooks are more expensive, and
faster. When you are using the Acer pink mini laptop, the system feels
similar to those on other Intel Atom-equipped netbooks, with a minimal
amount of sluggishness noted.
As you will find with most of the standard netbooks, the video playback
of the Acer netbooks is not its strongest suit, especially if you're
streaming video online. Some of the video files play fine, but other
videos from YouTube and Hulu may stutter a bit when you play them in
full-screen mode. All in all though, the Acers are popular models in
the lower priced market for mini laptops.
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