Affordable, Smaller And Lighter Than Many Other Netbooks
Choices of color, very good looks, Excellent battery life, Dualboots Android 1.6 with Windows XP, Nice keyboard, Attractive low price
Excellent price and value for money, Slim design, Very light in weight, good ergonomics and battery life.
Dual-core Atom. Slimmest and lightest netbook. Aggressively priced. Over 7 hours of battery life.
Dual-core CPU; six-cell battery; low price; LED-backlit display
Smaller and lighter than other netbooks, Strong battery Life, Above-average performance, Runs cool
Only 1GB of RAM, Only 160GB hard drive
Could have had a more stylish color theme.
Upgrading memory is difficult.
Mostly average performance scores; cramped keyboard
Jumpy cursor, Keyboard a bit cramped, Washed-out webcam, Annoying trialware
By Channel Pro on July 08, 2011
An affordable dual-core netbook that puts in a sterling all-round performance The Acer Aspire One D255’s physical design is understated. Apart from the slight bulge of the 4,400mAh battery at the rear, it measures only 24mm thick, and that slim...-
By PC Pro on July 04, 2011
An affordable dual-core netbook that puts in a sterling all-round performance...83
By Expert Reviews on February 23, 2011
A well-designed netbook with solid performance and battery life, although Android seems like an unnecessary inclusion....100
By V3.co.uk on February 21, 2011
The Acer Aspire D255 is something of a mixed blessing, as many netbooks are. Lightweight and with good battery life, it is annoyingly slow at times and awkward to use. The dual-boot mode is interesting, and no doubt the future for many devices, but...60
By Computeractive on February 18, 2011
A bit more expensive than some netbooks, but this good-looking, relatively powerful model is good value – just make sure you get the right model...80
By About.com on February 13, 2011
Feb 8 2011 - Acer's Aspire One D255 isn't revolutionary really. What it does do is provide an affordable and more compact netbook than previous models. Prices are under $300 and weight around 2.4 pound. The sacrifices for price and weight come...60
By TechRadar on February 04, 2011
Despite the rise of tablet devices, the netbook market still charges on. The Acer Aspire One D255 (£286 inc. VAT) is one of the latest and, with manufacturers looking to set their products apart from the rest, runs the smartphone-centric Android...70
By GadgetSpeak on February 01, 2011
Adding to its popular Aspire One family of products, Acer has released the D255 model. This is a 10.1-inch netbook....72
By IT Reviews on December 30, 2010
As with most of the Aspire One range, the D255 is a relatively fast and efficient netbook with the added bonus of a new dual-core CPU and a comfortably large keyboard. However, the battery life is low, and the hook' of having an Android OS alongside...-
By Pocket-lint on December 07, 2010
The Acer Aspire One D255 isn’t the best looking netbook out there, but like Acer netbooks we’ve seen in the past, it does incorporate some of the newest hardware at a price that’s hard to beatKey specs1.3 megapixels, 3.5mm jack,...80