The first generation of netbooks comprised little more than overpriced toys that gave us a glimpse into the future of this emerging mobile market. Tiny screens, even smaller solid state storage and an overall cheap look and feel initially kept many users at bay.
Then a second wave of these mobile computing solutions came, bringing larger (mostly 10-inch) screens along with traditional spinning hard drives that significantly increased storage capacity, a near exclusive adoption of Intels mobile Atom processor and more solid, non-childish looking designs.
Today we'll be looking at what I consider a third generation netbook, the Acer Aspire One 751h. This new model from Acer features a larger, 11.6" HD resolution screen and a full size keyboard - among other improvements. A more generous 6-cell battery combined with a slightly slower clocked Atom processor promises increased battery life as well.
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