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Acer Aspire One netbook screens – which is the optimal size?

As a premier supplier of the entire range of laptop screens, our customer are constantly feeding back to us their thoughts and experiences regarding the Acer Aspire One series of netbook, that has now been around for two years.  The Acer Aspire One series is Acer’s response to Asus who created the netbook market around three years ago. 

 The Acer Aspire One has been released in a variety of screen sizes including 8.9”, 10.1”, 10.2” and most recently 11.6”.  In Laptop Power UK’s view the recent introduction by Acer of the 11.6” screen size is a fantastic move, and solves the most reported grievance customers had with some of the smaller screen sizes including the Acer Aspire One A100 screen and the Acer Aspire A150 screen.  The 11.6” screen introduced on the Acer Aspire One 751 screen and the Acer Aspire One AO751H appears in our view to strike a great balance between portability and getting most of the viewing functionality most people would expect from a laptop.

 Laptop Power UK predicts a decline in the traditional netbook market since the screen size and computing power appears to have been deficient from the average user, and users expectations of this mobile technology appear not to have been met with 10.1” and 10.2” screens receiving average reviews.  However the implementation of an 11.6” LED screen is an interesting trend which has also been followed by Packard Bell and Dell.  A full range of laptop screens, and Acer Aspire laptop adapters are available from our website, and all come with a standard twelve month warranty.

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