Review Of Acer Aspire 5741G-6983 Laptop


Review Of Acer Aspire 5741G-6983 Laptop

The Aspire 5741G laptop is one of the most revered all -purpose computers. It is known to be quite fast, with a stylish and glandour demeanor that offers a great repertour of gaming frames. Its is the gaming portfolio that makes this Acer icon value for money at 850 United States dollars – as at 23rd september 2010-, but if other laptop necessities are considered it appears pricy compared to other mainstream laptops. All in all it is a pretty nice machine with a generous gaming arsenal.

The device has quality design which makes it easy and convinient to use, all in its elegant form. It has a fairly large screen of 15.6 inches with 1366 by 768 pixel display, but still dwarfed by that of the Acer Aspire 7745. This laptop also comes with a top draw AMD mobility Random HD 5470 complete with a 512 mega byte memory. Its intel i5 430M runs at 2.27GHz . The machine comes with 4 giga byte of DDR3 memory and a useful hard drive of 500GB. Also in its armour is a blue -ray drive DVD burner, 3USB ports, HDMI, skype, media maker, ethernet, VGA, audio input/ output, and a five -in -one memory card reader.

The aspire 5741G is bressed with high connectivity with gigabit and and useful wireless 802. 11b/9/n and also good power management for its webcam. A purchase of this machine also comes with a microsoft windows 7 home premium and an assortment of software bundles including norton online back up, NTI back up 5, power dvd 9 and microsoft work. The device weighs a minimum of 5.6 pounds and can top 6.6 pounds when fully loaded with accesories. It embodies a width of fifteen inches, a depth of ten inches and a height of 1.4 inches, qualities that give credence to its “in between” character. Other than the hard drive, the Aspire 5741G also uses the memory stick, SD/MMC card, SDHC card and XD -picture card for storage purposes.

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