The Acer Aspire One D150 netbook has a series of access panels on the bottom of the unit which should make it easy to upgrade the RAM, hard drive, or even the WiFi module. So unless you have a major problem with your computer, there’s no reason to take the keyboard off or peak at the motherboard. But if you still want to know what a dissected Acer Aspire One AOD150 looks like, head on over to Netbook Italia, where they’ve not only taken the computer apart, but they’ve posted thorough instructions that should let you do the same, if that’s your kind of thing.
You can read more about the Acer Aspire One AOD150 in the Liliputing Product Database.
via Netbook News.de