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Acer Aspire One Cloudbook Specs Review

A tablet can be a very practical device, excellent for browsing the Web, using social networks or consuming some media. Still, when you want a bit more and use it for your daily tasks, a convertible model, to which you can add a keyboard, ca be even better.

And if it’s also running Windows 10, like the Acer Aspire One Cloudbook, it can easily replace a laptop. Last but not least, if it also has a pocket friendly price, it’s pretty much one of the best deals ever.

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Using a quad-core Intel Atom Z3735F processor, clocked at 1.33 GHz, it won’t have any issues with running the latest version of Microsoft’s latest operating system. It also has 2 GB of RAM, while the internal storage capacity counts just 32 GB, which for a pretty big category of users can be enough. On the other side, if you want to use it as a laptop replacement, it also has a microSD card slot, so you can add 64 more GB.

On the other side, the Acer Aspire One Cloudbook features two USB 3.0 ports, which you can use to add an external HDD, in order to obtain more storing space, or other peripherals, like a mouse.

As for the connectivity department, it features HDMI output, so you can connect the tablet to a bigger display. The Wi-Fi connectivity allows you to connect to wireless networks, while the Bluetooth 4.0 interface can be used for syncing it with a laptop or smartphone.

Finally, we should mention the sensors: the tablet comes with a gyroscope, e-compass, accelerometer and and ambient light sensor.

Moving on to the display, the Acer Aspire One Cloudbook is using an LED-backlit 10.1″ panel, with a resolution of 1280 x 800 pixels, resulting a pretty big pixel density, so the delivered images will be crisp and clear. Also, thanks to the IPS (in-plane switching) technology, you can wide viewing angles up to 178°.

Both rear and front-facing cameras are using 2 MP sensors and are able to take 1600 x 1200 pixels snapshots. Also, the front one is perfect for keeping in touch with your family and friends, through Skype or Hangouts.

Design-wise, we’re looking at a very slim device, with a silver finish which gives it a very elegant look. Like mentioned above, this is a convertible tablet, meaning that it comes with a keyboard dock, allowing you to transform it into a laptop. Also, with the keyboard attached, you can use it in various modes, like tent, presentation or plain.

The Acer Aspire One Cloudbook is available for just $199.99, with a pre-installed copy of Windows 10. If you’re looking for a compact and in the same time portable device, perfect for dealing with your basic daily tasks, this might be the one you’re looking for.

Find out more info and read user reviews about the Acer Aspire One Cloudbook


A tablet can be a very practical device, excellent for browsing the Web, using social networks or consuming some media. Still, when you want a bit more and use it for your daily tasks, a convertible model, to which you can add a keyboard, ca be even better. And if it's also running Windows 10, like the Acer Aspire One Cloudbook, it can easily replace a laptop. Last but not least, if it also has a pocket friendly price, it's pretty much one of the best deals ever. Using a quad-core Intel Atom Z3735F processor, clocked at 1.33 GHz, it…

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11 comments

  1. I bought one of these after getting a 8″ Windows Tablet, while I liked that I wanted one with 2gb or more of Memory.. However I did run Windows 10 on that Tablet which has the same 1.33Ghz Baytrail Processor, but with only 1gb of Memory and I must say it Handled it quite well so don’t let that stop you from getting one. But doubling it just made me feel better, also I wanted a Bigger Screen, even though the 8″ on the Insignia Flex was quite nice. The Laptop Dock and being able to use it in all the different modes really set this apart though. If anyone has questions about this please leave a Follow Up Comment and I’ll get back to you right away..!!!

  2. Have you experienced any troubles with this machine? Is it in daily use?

  3. dose it support external hard disk????

    • It does through the USB port on the keyboard dock, so in Laptop Mode yes it does, not so in Tablet Only Mode. Probably could with a Micro USB Adapter Though..!

  4. Recently purchased this and the charging cord is ridiculously short.
    Where can I find another charger cord that is 6-8 feet long?
    I’ve scoured the internet with no luck. Please assist. Thank you -Craig

    • Well you CAN charge it via the Micro USB port, possibly a bit slower but really not bad. And extra long Micro USB Cables are Quite Cheap. I happened to have a longer cord that worked for it that was from a Android Mini PC. If you can find out what it’s called I’m sure you could find one online. I’m talking about the round plug that looks like a mini Laptop plug, I think they go by the measurement of the plug. Hope this helps, Honestly I’d just get a Longer Micro USB Cord if you don’t already have one laying around like most of us do.

  5. Hi,

    Please advice, is it possible to increase the RAM of this computer ? I want to increase it to at least 4 GB RAM.

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