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Comment: Pardon everyone. I just got my questioned answered. It does support netbook however in 2GB to 4 GB range so am looking forward to get a 4 GB one into this netbook despite I know it would only make use of 50-60% of the RAM available.
Bad: As power user I would like more Power of-course
Comment: I own this and matter-fact typing right from it. I have no issue with this netbook however I have upgraded this little red beauty from Windows 7Starter to Windows 7Ultimate in less than a week and can use my OneNote and even Photoshop CS5!
However I am a power user and would like to upgrade the RAM once more as I have upgraded the RAM from 1GB to 2GB DDR3 RAM and today I have found out that Samsung is finally going to sell their Samsung's 30nm DDR3 DRAM for $30 -55-110 (estimated price though) so I would like to ask if anyone here think one could insert that into a netbook? If notebook's can so can netbook's...or wrong?
Good: Little, light, fast access to the Net.
Bad: Not much yet.
Comment: I like it. It is and does what it says that it is and will. It is a handy, little, light weight, Internet access device & I love the AC plug that I can rotate 90 degrees to assist with quick and easy plug-in at a variety of locations. I bought it for 11,000 rubles in Russia, about $350.00 so the price was right. (Sorry, but I don't know what that comes out to in Pounds Sterling) What's not to like about something that you really want at a good price that does what you want it to do? I do however have one question for all reviewers and manufacturers out there. Where do you get your battery life figures??? I am a retired computer professional who worked purchasing PC's and associated equipment for a large state government agency in the US for a lot of years. I have purchased and put into service hundreds and hundreds of Notebook PC's and not one of them has ever even come close to the advertised/reviewed battery life time. My new, little acer ASPIRE ONE (n455(1c 2t) - 2 GB DDR 3 Ram) gives me a good solid 4 and 1/2 to 5 hours of battery life, depending on whether I must use a USB modem or have access to WiFi. Which is fine with me. I didn't really expect more. But where does everybody come up with this 8 and 10 hour battery life nonsense? Maybe if you turn it on and then close the cover and go work on the Internet on you desktop PC?
Good: Good make, reasonable processor and power etc
Bad: No HDMI so not worth buying
Comment: No HDMI
Comment: I'm confued, you review states, the Aspire One 533 has the Intel Atom N475 (1.83 GHz), but I can only find it with the Intel Atom N455 (1.66 GHz).
Which one does it have?
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