In addition to its cool looks, the unit has some serious performance guaranteed utilities too. It weighs just 2.5 pounds and claimed to own the ultra thin title. For a net book in this price, it's really good. Acer Aspire One Happy 2 Netbook is powered by a superior performing Intel Atom N570 processor. It's the update of the one found in 2010 models of Acer. System has a 1GB of RAM along with the DDR 3 RAM and performance matched accordingly to give the users the luxury of faster computing.
Another appreciable feature of the unit is its power management that gives the system a standard battery backup and extended usage comparatively with the other net books. A maximum of 6.30 hours is assumed to be its standby time under normal usage. Now moving on to the software, the net book comes loaded with two operating systems. It has a Windows 7 and also an Android 2.3 which is a delight full surprise. It provides an option to choose between the two OS while booting. But it has to be noted the Android is designed for smart phones and not for larger screen display. But it's better than not having such an option anyway. It is enabled with user friendly utilities to make it easier to interact with the systems like the ESC button which can be used to exit the applications. The Windows 7 starter option is again pleasing while switching the OS to windows.
Acer Aspire One Happy 2 Netbook has all the latest connectivity utilities upgraded and ready to perform decided in it. It includes an upgraded Bluetooth of version 3.0 and also a WiFi utility. A SD card slot provided can be used for all the memory requirements. The unit which comes under the affordably priced Netbooks has a price in India starting from Rs. 16,000.