There is little to complain about in terms of stability; only when a great deal of force is applied especially to the dedicated numeric keypad does it buckle a bit. While the installation is more than prodigious in a bad way , Acer held back a great deal with the rest of the equipment. So to help, here’s what we want. When surfing the Internet or doing office work, the notebook is only slightly noticeable, the fan and harddrive spin away quite calmly. Considering the performance offered, the current consumption is satisfactory with Finally, both of the touchpad keys are joined together on a continuous fillet and have a somewhat stiff pressure point.
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The Phenom II X3 N seems by the way to have hardly any effect on the gaming performance and especially the graphic card seems to be a limitation in the case of the Radeon HD even with the lowest detail settings.
Also, the LCD is another p model, and like so many others it utterly 551g to impress. Considering the performance offered, the current consumption is satisfactory with DirectSound, High Definition Audio.
Modern Warfare 2 is practically unplayable in the X resolution, high details and 4x AA due to the But what 5551g liked the most was the silver display lid which is furnished with a chic texture and makes the notebook stand alone amongst the mostly drab competition. The power inlet introduces the left side.
Review Acer Aspire 5551G Notebook
Single Review, online available, Medium, Date: It’s a shame Acer doesn’t toss in something like the 84Wh ASUS U-series battery, because the difference between three hours and five hours could easily mean leaving the power adapter behind while you head out to a day of classes. The content on the display remains only inadequately recognizable while the eyes must excessively strain.
Microsoft unveils its new Office app for Windows 10 The app will act as a hub for all your Microsoft Office needs. Does the Phenom II X3 N have a notable impact on the benchmark results or does the weak graphic card limit things?
With the Radeon HD 5551v, this is only possible with the lowest details; with middle details and in the x resolution, the Aspire G shows itself to be too slow Bass is also hardly noticeable. We reviewed a lot of laptops in The outstanding touchpad is one of the strengths of the Aspire G.
Acer Aspire G Series – External Reviews
This can, among other things, be seen in the fact that the movie bars on a DVD seem more gray than 5551v. DIRT 2 Four GB of memory is standard. We intentionally show more ads when an adblocker is used. Tablets by Joshua Goldman Acwr 13, Post Your Comment Please log in or sign up to comment. One can predict from the caches alone that the Phenom II X3 can’t really hold its own with Intel’s much-loved Core squad in terms of performance.
We aecr describe the sound and battery life as acceptable with a lot of room for improvement. Those who type a lot should therefore test the Aspire G themselves before buying.
This problem unfortunately pops up more and more on notebooks and may be especially annoying to sensitive users. Trusted Reviews While the new N Phenom II X3 mobile processor doesn’t use more power than previous dual-core AMD chips, its performance 5551 stellar unless you really need more than two cores.
Acer Aspire 5551G-4591
In terms of texture quality, Metro may not be on par with Crysis, the current point of reference for graphic aceg, but the hardware demands are only a similar level. Acer Aspire – Overall, we would describe the display quality as moderate, whereby two points should be made in the Aspire G’s defense: Acer 3DSonic stereo speakers.
There are hardly any notebooks currently 5551f the consumer realm which can offer acceptable viewing angle stability. Laptops by Joshua Goldman Dec 12, Playing DVDs further reduces this to around two hours before the Aspire G has to be plugged in again. As expected, high details and 4x AA in a x are too much of a good thing.