Netbooks are very hot right now because of the poor economy and the hottest netbook of them all is the Acer Aspire One. Acer has several Aspire One machines and today we are going to toss the Aspire One D250 netbook onto the test bench and see what it is made of.
Just about every computer maker and a few companies that don't traditionally make computers are in the netbook market. The caveat to all the netbooks available to consumers today is that they are all virtually identical and many of them are the exact same machines with different brands attached.
Today we are going to look at one of the latest Acer Aspire One Netbooks -- the D250. This machine sports a 10.1-inch LED backlit screen and much more, so if you rare in the market for a netbook, you are in luck. If you have wondered what exactly makes the Aspire One line so popular, this will be the review for you.
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