Acer Aspire One Cloud book 11 AO1-131-C9PM comes with these high level specs: Intel Celeron N3050 Dual-Core Processor 1.6GHz with Intel Burst Technology up to 2.16GHz, Windows 10, 11.6″ HD Widescreen LED-backlit Display (1366×768 resolution; 16:9 aspect ratio), Intel HD Graphics, 2GB DDR3L Onboard Memory, 32GB Internal Storage, Secure Digital (SD) card reader, 802.11ac Wi-Fi (Dual-Band 2.4GHz and 5GHz), Bluetooth 4.0, Built-In Webcam, 1 – USB 3.0 Port, 1 – USB 2.0 Port, 1 – HDMI Port, 2-cell Li-polymer battery pack (4200 mAh), Up to 8-hours Battery Life (Video Playback), 2.54 lbs. | 1.15 kg (system unit only), Microsoft Office 365 Personal 1-Year Subscription (activation code included) (NX.SHFAA.003)

3 thoughts on “Acer Aspire One Cloudbook, 11.6-inch HD, Windows 10, Gray (AO1-131-C9PM)

  1. Voltron00x says:

    Acer’s Cloudbook is a decent device with some performance compromises Acer’s Cloudbook is another decent, sub-$200 Windows Laptop, with some key points of differentiation compared to others like the HP Stream 11, Asus X205TA, and Lenovo S21e. Most notably it ships with Windows 10 installed, saving users the hassle of doing an upgrade. It also has Intel’s new “Braswell” N3050 Celeron processor.Build quality is what you should expect for the price. All plastic, it still feels pretty good and weighs only 2.5 lbs, and has very little flex or give in the body. The trackpad is one of the high points, as it is VERY responsive for a low-end Windows device. The keyboard has relatively good feel and travel, but is cramped compared to other 11.6″ laptops like the HP Stream 11, or Acer C720. The screen is a typical Acer 1366×768 matte TN panel providing mediocre brightness, good resistance to glare, and an overall muted presentation that is about average for its class. Similar, perhaps better than the Stream 11, not as good as the x205TA’s…

  2. KRMD says:

    Well-Designed and Well-Constructed 11.6-Inch Notebook Computer featuring Good Quality and Terrific Value The 11.6-Inch Acer Aspire One Cloudbook 11 represents one of the best inexpensive Windows 10 notebook computers that is currently available. Solely on the basis of value, it is an unequivocal five-star portable computer. It has a minimalist and attractive design, along with thin, light, and sleek construction, that is also sturdy and solid. It features an LED-backlit anti-glare 1366x768p HD display, which is bright and crisp, with vibrant color reproduction. For such a thin device, its keyboard and trackpad are excellent, providing good key travel and a smooth typing experience, along with fast and fluid Internet navigation. Also, for such a thin device, its connectivity is superb, and includes a USB 2.0 port, a USB 3.0 port, a full-size HDMI port, a full-size SD card slot, and 802.11a/c WiFi capability. It is equipped with 2GB of system memory, as well as 32GB of eMMC flash storage. This 11.6-Inch Acer Aspire One Cloudbook 11 is powered by the Intel Celeron N3050 dual-core mobile…

  3. Howard says:

    You get what you pay for, and that’s good enough You get what you pay for – low specs, but at a low cost.I’m a power user with a bulky desktop at home, but for portability, I prefer something small, cheap (nearly disposable), with lots of battery life.I’ve been using this Cloudbook for a few weeks, and it actually exceeds my expectations, which is even a surprise to me, as I was skeptical it’d be enough. I’ve had crappy atom netbooks, and other laptops with limited CPUs and RAM, and they were terrible, nearly unusable. While this Acer is slow, it’s not brutally slow. Browsers today are massive memory hogs (I normally run FF and Chrome at the same time), but this thing can handle it. You’re not going to game, but you can browse and watch Netflix, and putz around the OS without pulling your hair out.Don’t expect to be able to use Readyboost even on the USB 3.0 port – W10 doesn’t allow it.Windows 10 is a step in the right direction for the weight of the OS on resources. I desperately want Linux installed,…

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