laptop computer Acer Aspire One 7552G-6436 17.3-Inch review


Acer Aspire 7552G-6436 You can be packaged with a quad-core processor and ATI Radeon, but can not keep up with most PCWorld the forefront of desktop replacement systems. However, its light weight, bright screen and an affordable price may be just what some users are looking for.

Our review model, the price is $ 730 (as of April 11, 2011), was set at 2.1 GHz with AMD Phenom quad-core N950 II, 4 GB of RAM (expandable to 8 GB) 640 hard drive and ATI Mobility Radeon HD 6650 graphics card. Cash is also a 17.3-inch glossy widescreen display, a keyboard "floating" island style, and DVD-RW. The system runs 64-bit version of Windows 7 Home Premium. It is not nearly as fast as the most powerful desktop PC that we tested, but still offers a lot of bang for the buck.

The Acer 7552G-6436 is lighter than most other desktop replacement laptops, weighing 7 pounds, 4 ounces. (World No. 17 Dell XPS 3D tipped the scales at 9 pounds, 11 ounces.) The power supply is light, too - and will, probably, because the battery conked after only 2 hours and 20 minutes our tests. The laptop measures approximately 16.3 inches wide by 10.8 inches deep by 1.35 inches thick.
Acer chassis businessy a color: all black with some gray and some touches of silver. The roof is flat, with an engraved cross and a silver Acer logo in the center. Inside, a shiny black bezel around the screen brightness, and a gray list of brushed aluminum around the keyboard style covered island. The power button located on the upper left corner, is round with a flurry of blue light to indicate if enabled. Elsewhere, there are only four small lights.

Port selection is average for the category. The left side of the laptop is equipped with a Gigabit Ethernet port, a VGA and HDMI for microphone and headphones and a USB 2.0 port. The right side has three additional USB 2.0 ports, a Kensington lock, and a DVD-RW. On the front of the laptop is a multi-card reader small format that supports MS / MS PRO, xD, MMC and SD.

Elsewhere, model review, one on the right side of the USB ports a bit 'off-failing, but this does not affect the usability of the port. Acer is also a built-in 1.3 megapixel webcam and microphone, which is quite normal these days.

As laptops Acer 7552G-6436 other full-size keyboard (with numeric keypad) provides key chiclet liquid. Matte black keys are spacious and nicely broken, making the keyboard easy to type. But because the keys give a very slight tactile feedback, touch-typists can find lots of spelling mistakes in their copy.

Each press produces a high-heavy (with the normal click), which reverberated across the keyboard, and our test model's keyboard was a bit distorted. The problem does not affect the accuracy of writing, but it is visually unpleasant and does not speak well of the craft project.

A thin silver trim that distinguishes the small trackpad gray color of the wrist rest. In the bottom of the trackpad is a fine swing arm instead of the mouse buttons discreetly on the right side is a sliding section. The multitouch trackpad is a little slow and a bit too small: You'll quickly find your finger on the edge. The rocker bar is easy to click, but the scrolling region only works half the time, so you have to use the scroll bar on the screen or the arrow keys. Unfortunately, sometimes feature button turns the arrow keys to control volume, which further complicates the situation.

Acer 17.3-inch LCD screen has a bright aspect ratio of 16:9 and a native resolution of 1600 x 900 pixels. Color reproduction and saturation seemed good, although sometimes the colors looked washed out. Viewing angles are good, then look at the screen from an angle high enough does not degrade the image. Because of the glossy surface, you'll see many reflections on your shoulder, but the brightness fight against this if you work or direct sunlight.

The Acer 7552G-6436 disappoints on performance with a score of World Bank, from 6 to 80. It is a sad mark on the results posted by high-end desktop replacement cards range in PC World, but is fast enough for everyday computing and reasonable for the price. The performance charts are a little better but still mediocre for the class. Unreal Tournament 3 in our tests, the Acer achieved a rate of 66.3 frames per second with a resolution of 1024 x 768 pixels, using the quality settings. In comparison, the (currently) # 10 Sony VAIO VPCF13AFX achieved 80.66 fps, and (today) # 1 Dell XPS 3D 119.65 17 fps sustained, both the same configuration.

Meanwhile, however, the Acer 7552G-6436 is doing well with the ordinary means, such as streaming HD video and music playback. Acer speakers, located above the keyboard, are high enough to cover a small room. As with most portable speakers, the voices are a bit nasal, and bass is virtually nonexistent - but Acer speakers are stronger than most.

The Acer Aspire 7552G-One 6436 is a lightweight, attractive, big screen, but I'm not sure the term "desktop replacement system," is set. After all, two of the team features more powerful laptop is its weight, bright screen -. key elements of any portable system, but if the plant model on the desktop, you can certainly do better - and making Acer If overall performance is poor. you need a laptop that is more portable and powerful, however, the Aspire One specifications reasonable price can be influenced.

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