Acer Aspire One Happy - Intel Atom
Cute little package; multitouch scrolling.
Runs on Windows and Android; spacioius hard disk; affordable.
Same old Netbook with artificial limitations; hard to read, blurry text; Android port isn't that useful and poorly thought out.
Speakers are too soft.
By PC Pro on February 18, 2012
A reasonable netbook, but neither performance nor usability fill us with joy...50
By DigitalVersus on January 21, 2011
Like the Asus Eee PC 1015PEM, the Acer Aspire One Happy N55DQ gives decent performance and battery life. It won't revolutionise the netbook market but gives decent text processing, Internet browsing and a bit of photo retouching or video encoding...80
By Gadget Guy Australia on December 14, 2010
Netbooks are everywhere these days and, with their sharp pricing, are performing strongly in the face of advancing tablet devices. Acer's new Aspire One Happy takes the tried and true netbook formula, which trades screen size and functionality...60
By Good Gear Guide on December 07, 2010
Excellent battery life, a light weight and a slim profile make the Acer Aspire One Happy perfect for travellers who want something small and easy to cart with them on their journeys. The performance of the Aspire One Happy is also above the norm for a...80
By CNET Asia on December 06, 2010
At S$549, the Acer Aspire One Happy is unlikely to make someone happy. Not only that, we're increasingly seeing Netbooks as too limited--we'd be much more tempted to splash out on an ultraportable like the MacBook Air or a full-fledged budget...65
By TechCentral on December 03, 2010
We are happy with this netbook. The two operating systems - Android and Windows - are a great combination and it's so easy to switch from one to the other. It has a decent processor and enough memory to handle multiple applications running...-
By GadgetSpeak on November 30, 2010
Those kind people at Laptops Direct were responsible for supplying this next product from the Acer stable of netbook/notebook...72
By CNET UK on November 30, 2010
The Aspire One happy is a decent netbook, but it's only the range of colour options you can buy it in that set it apart form the...70
By CNET Australia on November 16, 2010
For AU$499, the Acer Aspire One Happy is likely to make someone happy. Increasingly, though, we're seeing netbooks as too limited — we'd be much more tempted to splash out on a thin-and-light like the MacBook Air or a full-fledged budget...65
By PC Labs on May 26, 2011
Netbook pazarı donanımsal özellikleriyle öne çıkan ürünlerin pazarı değil. Dizüstü bilgisayarınızdan bahsederken marka ve model belirtmek zorunda kalabilirsiniz ama...-