Acer Aspire One Cloudbook Review

Acer Aspire One Cloudbook Rating

Acer Aspire One Cloudbook Rating












            • Good resolution
            • Good Price
            • Easily add more storage


            • Small Display
            • Small 256 hard drive

            The Outlook                                                                                                                                      

            Assembled using dark-grey fibre, this machine is the epitome of notebooks: lasting and reliable. The vertical and horizontal ends of the laptop feature a cleft surface, which makes it sturdy. The relatively smooth construction makes the laptop look hi-tech. On the inside, however, the Cloudbook is surrounded by a matte frame of black and a sheet of dark grey with the same finish at the corners. The Cloudbook is full of flair and sleekness. The weight is approximately 3.5 pounds. This makes the Cloudbook quite light on the hand.

            The Key Connection

            When it comes to budgeted laptops, there is a con somewhere. But in the Aspire One Cloudbook however, Acer’s stereotypical keys with a width of 1.57mm and a weight of 60-gram, fits the fingers perfectly and makes the typing experience a comfortable one. The touchpad which measures 2.25 x 4.25-inch, responds quickly to both multi- finger inputs and regular mouse input. The Cloudbook’s full-sized arrow keys is also a contributing factor as to why this laptop is perfect for those who are used to typing on standard sized keyboards.

            The Super Cloud computer

            With a 1.6-GHz Intel Celeron N3050 CPU, 2GB of RAM and 64GB of storage, and an extra one TB of Cloud Space provided free for a year. The Aspire One Cloudbook has a lasting battery life which credits this laptop as the laptop that is needed today’s generation. This is an everyday computer which operates in Windows 10 as the default in-built operating system. The outstanding feature of this Cloudbook is the battery that lasts up to fourteen hours. When tested on Laptop Mag’s Battery, it took fourteen hours and forty-three minutes for the battery to run out entirely. Acer has made an impact through its Cloudbook.


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