Netbook supply is still strong and we saw some excellent models for events such as the Toshiba NB520 extremely portable and feature-rich Asus Eee PC1018P. However, an interesting netbooks to come our way is the Acer Aspire One 522.

Although most of these mini machines are powered by Intel's low-power Atom processor, Acer had violated the Convention pistoon AMD's latest chip to take the Aspire One 522.

Almost all netbooks has seen a 10-inch display with a resolution of 1024 x 600 WSVGA resolution, nothing too exciting, but fine for basic web browsing functions and fall into spreadsheet measures at night.
However, the Acer Aspire One 522 is not the content and features WXGA 1280 x 720 WXGA instead. Your sharp pictures and great for content sites is the browsing experience more enjoyable because you can zoom out to get a full view of text and images by casino ambiguous.

The screen is bright and vibrant, even if the Super-TFT high-gloss finish is a pain if you take the Aspire One 522 on the outside. We found ourselves peering through the reflection, what we are doing, especially in those rare moments when the sun is actually born.

We were very impressed with the graphics tests, which showed that the Aspire One 522 has integrated graphics is about seven times more effective than traditional GPU netbook. In essence, we found that we can edit photos and even play HD movies is largely avoided.

Of course, you can play any game more complicated Plants vs. Zombies, and video editing is a devaluation.
And unfortunately, AMD processor C-50 was more powerful than the latest Intel Atom, so multitasking is out, unless you want your programs to stop responding periodically.

The Acer Aspire One 522 that promised to be a netbook with a different angle, using one of the latest AMD processors instead of Intel Atom. We were curious to see how changes in our calibration tests, and how he dealt in general.

Unfortunately, the AMD is better than the Intel Atom CPU gay, proving that fits the most basic office applications and surf the Internet. Not so surprising, but perhaps a little disappointing since the Aspire One 522 graphics performance.

much more serious offense is the Aspire One 522 battery life terrible, which is the worst in living memory for the netbook. Three and a half hours is not enough to cover your daily commute, not to mention a long way to go.

The glossy screen coating is also a pain when using the Aspire One 522 outward.

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