What are the best Aspire laptops with 11-inches to 11.9-inches display size?

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    #1Acer Aspire One AO722-0667

    Acer Aspire One AO722-0667

    The Acer Aspire One AO722-0667 is an 11.6 HD Netbook with a 1GHz AMD C Series processor. It is equipped with a 2GB DDR3 RAM, a 320GB 5400RPM hard drive.


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    Edward Hicks
    Written on May 19, 2018
    "Same thing as above. It fits the screen size so that is good enough for me."
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    #2Acer Aspire C710-2055

    Acer Aspire C710-2055

    The Acer Aspire C710-2055 is an 11.6-inch Chromebook. The C710-2055 has a 1.1GHz Intel Celeron processor, a 4GB DDR3 RAM, and a 320GB SATA.


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    Moisés Valdez
    Written on May 21, 2018
    "It's a greap laptop specs wise, but the really only downside of this, and it's a big one, is that it runs chrome-os. It's not a windows laptop. You could install linux on it, but there are a decent amount of apps that wouldn't work with linux. If all you need is something to watch videos, edit documents, and browse the web, this will do the job."
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    #3Acer Aspire ES1-111M-C40S

    Acer Aspire ES1-111M-C40S

    The Acer Aspire ES1-111M-C40S is an 11.6 HD laptop computer with a 2.16GHz Intel Celeron processor. It is equipped with a 2GB DDRL3 SDRAM, a 32GB hard disk drive, and runs on Windows 8.


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    Larry Hopkins
    Written on May 11, 2018
    "This Acer laptop comes with an 11 inch LCD and Intel Celeron CPU. It also comes with 2 gig of RAM."
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    #4Acer Aspire P3-171-6820

    Acer Aspire P3-171-6820

    The Acer Aspire P3-171-6820 is an 11.6-inch detachable 2-in-1 touchscreen ultrabook laptop computer with a 1.5GHz Core i5 processor and a 4GB DDR3 RAM. It is equipped with a 120GB flash memory solid state drive.


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    Daniel Ross
    Written on May 16, 2018
    "The Acer Aspire P3-171-6820 is one of the best Acer laptops to ever come out. It is truly a wonderful device that performs really well. I have used it for years with my college career and now use it for work and it has never failed me. Highly recommend to anyone shopping for a laptop. "
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    #5Acer Aspire NU.SFTAA.007

    Acer Aspire NU.SFTAA.007

    The Acer Aspire NU.SFTAA.007 is an 11.6 HD Notebook computer with a 1GHz AMD C Series processor. It is equipped with a 2GB DDR3 SDRAM, a 320GB hard drive, and runs on Windows 7.


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    Nicholas Beck
    Written on May 19, 2018
    "The only good thing about this laptop is how cheap it is. The processor in this machine is so weak. There are better laptops at this size that provide much more value for just a little more money. I would save up an extra hundred dollars and by a newer model. "
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    #6Acer Aspire V3-112P-C2P6

    Acer Aspire V3-112P-C2P6

    The Acer Aspire NX.MRQAA.001 is an 11.6 HD laptop computer with a 1.83GHz Intel Celeron processor. It is equipped with a 4GB DDR3L SDRAM, a 500GB flash memory solid state drive, and runs on Windows 8.


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    Michael Hall
    Written on May 25, 2018
    "Whilst it does not produce a completely flawless surround sound from what would have been the back speakers - it comes close to resembling a full surround sound system. But what is remarkable is the complete clarity of the vocals, the beautiful spread of the music and effects spectrum which makes you feel like you are really experiencing what is going on on the screen. I don't know why people complain about Bose - I have heard the rather childish 'No highs, no lows it must be Bose' and I just have to say that these people obviously have no ear for how music and effects realistically sound in real life. What Bose are trying to do is not give you some overarching boom from the bass or overbright treble, they are clearly seeking to reproduce sounds as they might be heard live. As far as I am concerned, they achieve this really well. The subwoofer provides just enough bass to blend into the overall sound and give a good bass response without it sounding like a punk in his beat box car showing off and the treble response is so clear without being thin and reedy. I love this thing and have tested rock, folk, classical and movie soundtracks extensively since it arrived. I have also turned up the volume to near maximum and do not get the kind of distortion of sound that is often heard at these levels. All that being said, if you want more treble or bass, there are options to up the levels and there is even an option to make the sound of voices in films more prominent - but to be honest, I have not yet had to turn this on. In addition, the accompanying remote control automatically picked up my TV remote control with a couple of inputs from my existing remote, and automatically controlled the ipod without any programming. The multiple HDMI slots are great and my existing set of Bose Headphones sound absolutely great when listening without the speakers. It has really helped my wife by being easy enough to use where in the past the operation of multiple pieces of equipment had sometimes proved to be extremely frustrating. Highly recommend this unit, which from all the units I have tried and heard in the past, is far superior and I have absolutely no regrets at having had to spend more than I might normally have done to get this kind of sound quality. 25 people found this helpful Helpful |Comment|Report abuse 5.0 out of 5 starsA Great system. Byjdudeon April 10, 2013 Verified Purchase Sounds great. Room feels like a theater. Setup is quite easy. I think the price can be cheaper. But overall a great product. 3 people found this helpful Helpful |Comment|Report abuse 4.0 out of 5 starsSound is great ByMarcs Hernandezon March 1, 2013 Verified Purchase Its expensive but well worth it. Great sound for a sound bar and easy setup. Love the wireless sub-woofer. I would strongly recommend it. One person found this helpful Helpful |Comment|Report abuse 5.0 out of 5 starsProbably the most impressive "small" speaker system ever ByLee Huddlestonon February 16, 2013 Let me start out by saying that i'm not a Bose "fanboy" by any stretch. I've always felt that Bose products, while not terrible, were far from hi fidelity. To me, they've always been the rich lazy man's easy system. They're very expensive comparable to what else is out there, but always very self-contained and easy to setup. Kinda like "home theater for dummies," but dummies with money to burn. I formerly had a V20 system that i purchased for a very specific application through a friend that was able to get an "employee" discount. My main home theater setup (before i moved) was a true home theater 5.1 system with large, full-range in-wall hidden speakers, yamaha receiver, Universal Remote RF system, etc. I moved and my new home is small, old, and not really well positioned to have a "proper" home theater system. So i've been looking at various 2.1 and soundbar options. While expensive, the Bose 1SR and Freestyle 135 systems are amazing. The speaker array is capable of producing a tremendous full volume, and has enough drivers to fill the entire room with sound. The wireless bass box is more than adequate, having special benefit in being wireless. All in all, this system puts out more sound and volume than any "soundbar" system i've ever heard. I wont get into the details on how much surround imaging it has, because when you settle on a soundbar instead of a true 5.1 system, such arguments are silly. But what i can tell you is that i don't miss having a 5.1 system (not too much) in my small, oddly shaped house anymore. The 135 connects well with others too. I was able to run my Tivo premeire almost seamlessly. My playstation 3 is another issue, but it's an issue everywhere because it uses bluetooth instead of standard IR or RF. I could buy the logitech adapter, but it's just as easy to keep the PS remote around for the times i feel like watching a movie on it. Oddly, you do all the programming through the base, not the remote itself. The remote only communicates with the base via RF, and the base has the IR blasting and emitter functions within it. The base comes with a nice 3-emitter cable, so you can "light up" three different components directly, or three different areas (say, a left, center, and right portion of your cabinet). The blaster is powerful, and works well if there are no walls, etc separating your components. You "program" the remote by simply pointing and clicking various buttons on your remote to be learned when prompted. After a few clicks, the base figures out what your component is and it automatically maps the rest of the buttons. I was super skeptical at first, but it worked quite well. The included iPod dock is very simple to use, and the on-screen menu and operating system is quite attractive and well laid out (feels like an Apple product). Best of all, the system comes with a USB drive that you can use to upgrade/update the software of the base. My old V system used to really annoy me because I felt it needed a software update, but that there was no way to perform one without sending the unit back. Software upgradability is a good thing. Software upgradability that is easy and done at home is awesome. My girlfriend and i listen to a lot of music programming on tv/blu ray/etc. and this system is a huge improvement over every other souindbar or compact HT system i've heard to date. Yes, it's ridiculously overpriced, but when i factored in all the features (RF/IR extension, universal remote) that would cost me additional money with another system, and how much use it'll get (we watch a lot of TV), it wasn't so offensive anymore. My only complaints, and these are pretty trivial, is that the remote doesn't have a proper "learning" function, at least not that i can find (yet). There are a couple buttons that i'd like to manually map and move around from the "Standard" configuration that Bose offers. Other than that, i don't like that the screen is static while playing iPod tracks, etc. I'm concerned with burn in (I use Panasonic Plasmas) over the long run, but then again, i'm not using the music features that often, and it's pretty easy to turn off the TV when you're listening to music. Oh, and one other interesting thing, the Remote gives you information while you're watching/listening. For example, when listening to the iPod, the remote lists the artist and track names. 15 people found this helpful Helpful |3 comments|Report abuse 5.0 out of 5 starsOutstanding ByTimpkinson January 3, 2013 I have been a fan of Bose technology and products since my college days in the early 70's, I owned a set of 901 Series I. Bose believes there are improved ways to deliver sound beyond the conventional and traditional speaker and amplifier designs. Bose engineers and manufactures products that are often well 'outside the box'. The Lifestyle 135 is an incredible product and I am delighted with everything about it. I found it easier to 'connect' than the traditional amplifier/receiver & speaker system. The one 'extra' step in completing the installation is 'tuning' the system to the environment. This process is/was completely guided with on screen directions on my TV/display. I am NOT a fan of all-in-one remotes and chose not to program the system remote to operate my other equipment. Most hi-tech electronics today require more than simply plugging things together and turning them on. The Lifestyle 135 system does require that the user/installer perform some specific procedures that are, in my experience, clear and easier to perform than many other technology products I have used. The system is definitely is NOT for the technophobe or those who can't or won't read/follow directions. Unlike many owner manuals the instructions are clear and easy to perform. Bose does not publish 'specs', their products usually don't fit within conventional measurement/specification parameters used by the AV industry. Despite all the analysis and comparison we frequently use to make selections, in the end the choice is 'what feels good'. Look at and listen to Bose, you will be glad you did. When it is all said and done, all of the specifications, analysis and comparisons don't improve the end user experience. I have Bose 901's, Wave Radios, outdoor speakers and computer speakers, all of which I am more very satisfied with. It is true and accurate that Bose products often 'sound different' than conventional technologies. My opinion is that Bose technologies improve the listening environment, delivering an excellent audio experience. Bose products are expensive and IMHO worth the money, you do get what you pay for. There are improvements I would suggest, more HDMI inputs, dual HDMI outputs, an 'atomic clock', and an integrated BluRay player. A big plus for me is that Bose is a US company and most of the system is Made in the USA. 7 people found this helpful Helpful |Comment|Report abuse 5.0 out of 5 starsSound is great BySarah Farrison December 21, 2012 Verified Purchase We bought this system to replace our surround sound system. The sound quality is excellent and now we don't have speakers and wires all over the living room! I would definitely recommend this product. 8 people found this helpful Helpful |Comment|Report abuse ←Previous 1 2 Next→ Questions? Get fast answers from reviewers What do you want to know about Bose Lifestyle 135 Home Entertainment System (Black)? Ask See all 15 answered questions Customers also viewed these items Bose SoundTouch 300 Soundbar, works with Alexa Bose SoundTouch 300 Soundbar, works with Alexa byBose $699.00 3.6 out of 5 stars263 Bose Lifestyle SoundTouch 135 Entertainment System Bose Lifestyle SoundTouch 135 Entertainment System byBose 4.5 out of 5 stars8 Bose CineMate 1 SR Home Theater Speaker System (Black) Bose CineMate 1 SR Home Theater Speaker System (Black) byBose 4.1 out of 5 stars138 Bose SoundTouch 300 Soundbar & Virtually Invisible 300 Wireless Surround Speakers -... 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    #7Acer Aspire Cloudbook

    Acer Aspire Cloudbook

    The Acer Aspire Cloudbook 16G is an 11.6 HD laptop computer with a 1.6GHz Intel Celeron processor. It is equipped with a 2GB DDR3 SDRAM, a 16GB eMMC, and runs on Windows 10.


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    Samantha Jordan
    Written on May 14, 2018
    "The size is perfect to take with me. The battery life is very good. I do simple things on this and it is perfect for me."


Best What are the best Aspire laptops with 11-inches to 11.9-inches display size
1Acer Aspire One AO722-0667Electronics 14 Paid
2Acer Aspire C710-2055Electronics 10 Paid
3Acer Aspire ES1-111M-C40SElectronics 8 Paid
4Acer Aspire P3-171-6820Electronics 6 Paid
5Acer Aspire NU.SFTAA.007Electronics 4 Paid
6Acer Aspire V3-112P-C2P6Electronics 3 Paid
7Acer Aspire CloudbookElectronics 1 Paid

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