Acer Aspire One Linux Netbook Review

by Michael Kwan on May 24, 2009

Connectivity and Access


The Acer Aspire One comes with a nearly full complement of connectivity options. You get a trio of USB ports for various accessories, a multi-card reader to expand on that paltry 8GB of internal NAND flash (no hard drive in this netbook), and even VGA output if you want to use an external monitor.


There’s Wi-Fi, of course, but no Bluetooth. Naturally, you get jacks for your headphones and microphone too, although there are integrated stereo speakers and a microphone at your disposal too. Nothing too out of the ordinary with this netbook. I was neither amazed nor disappointed in terms of the ports and connectivity.

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