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Acer Aspire One Screens – The Netbook Market Leader of 2009

The Acer Aspire One Screen started life as an 8.9” screen.  However over time, the Acer Aspire One has been launched with 10.1” screens as a response that the 8.9” screen was insufficient for European users needs.  The Acer Aspire One took both American and European markets by storm, and overtook the initial market leader, Asus, who created the netbook market to much acclaim with the Asus Eee Pc series of netbook.

Laptop Power UK have sold a lot of Acer Aspire One Screens, both 8.9” screens and 10.1” screens.  This is since, whilst the netbook has been an interesting variation on the laptop, not only is the item portable, it is also incredibly fragile.  The Acer Aspire One screens do seem fragile and easily broken.  Fortunately, Laptop Power UK have a full range of Acer Aspire One screens in stock and they are very easy for an end user to fit which keeps costs down.  Please contact Laptop Power UK’s expert advisors to obtain the correct screen for you Acer aspire netbook.  In addition we also stock a complete range of Acer One chargers, which are of a lower wattage than netbook chargers which keeps your costs down!

Overall the netbook has been an interesting advance, but it has not in Laptop Power UK’s view made a significant advance into the laptop market share.  Many users have found that whilst portable, the netbook lacks the computing power required by many modern users.  If you just want to search the internet and go on Facebook, then you will have no problems.  But make sure you consult sales staff before purchasing a netbook to ensure that it is going to be suitable for your computing needs.  The small size of the Acer Aspire One netbook screens is enough to put some users off.

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