If you’re looking to get a netbook computer, you should make sure you try out the keyboard first. While my hands aren’t large, the reduced-size keyboard on the Acer Aspire One takes a little getting used to. However, after a while I adapted to the smaller form factor, and found I could type fairly quickly.
The biggest drawback so far is the touchpad with flanking left and right click buttons. The buttons take more effort to press than they really should. Fortunately, the bundled USB mouse comes in handy as a replacement for the touchpad.
The Acer Aspire One comes with Windows XP Home Edition installed. Other hardware feature include a 1.60GHz Intel Atom processer, built-in Web cam, and microphone.
You can find more info at Acer Aspire One. Staples, in downtown Redmond, has this model on display.