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Sabtu, 10 Maret 2012

Review Acer Aspire 5755-6647

Review Acer Aspire 5755-6647The $599 Acer Aspire 5755-6647 is out to prove that you don't charge to angle over a array for a acceptable multimedia experience. With its affluent 15.6-inch LED display, Core i5 processor and 6GB of RAM, this has the ability to handle accustomed tasks as able-bodied as entertain.

The Aspire 5755-6647 has a low-key, but handsome, look. The bright atramentous artificial lid reveals a attenuate striped arrangement that shimmers in the ablaze forth with a chrome Acer badge logo. The autogenous uses has a slate gray accouter with a continued atramentous apostle grille that runs aloft the keyboard. A brushed metal ability button sits in the high larboard corner. Atramentous strips run forth anniversary ancillary of the deck, giving the Aspire 5755 a nice two-tone look.

Powered by a 2.5-GHz Intel Core i5-2450M CPU with 6GB of RAM, a 500GB 5,400-rpm harder drive, and an Intel HD Graphics 3000 GPU with 128MB of VRAM, the Acer Aspire 5755-6647 can handle abundance tasks as able-bodied as play accidental games. During our testing, we were able to beck music from Spotify while arena "Bastion" in the Chrome Web browser with 6 accessible tabs in Google Chrome and Internet Explorer.

On the PCMark07 criterion test, which measures all-embracing performance, the Aspire 5755-6647 denticulate 2,282, almost besting the 2,278 boilerplate class average. Still, this assuming was afar bigger than the Gateway NV55S05u and its 1.5-GHz AMD Quad-Core A8 3500M APU (1,612) and the HP Pavilion g6-1c77nr and its 2.4-GHz Intel Core i3-370M CPU (1,332).

The Aspire 5755's 500GB 5,400-rpm harder drive booted the 64-bit adaptation of Windows 7 Home Premium in 66 seconds, hardly abaft the 59-second average. On the File Transfer Test, the Aspire 5755-6647 bifold 4.97GB of mixed-media files in 3 account and 33 seconds, a amount of 24.1 MBps. That's able-bodied beneath the 30.9 MBps boilerplate average, but abundant to exhausted both the g6-1c77nr (22.4 MBps) and the NV55S05u (21.3 MBps).

The Aspire 5755-6647 akin 20,000 names to their agnate addresses in an absorbing 5 account and 33 abnormal on the OpenOffice Spreadsheet Test. That's 53 abnormal faster than the 6:29 class average. The g6-1c77nr clocked in with 6:55 while the NV55S05u offered a accustomed 10:48.

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Selasa, 09 Agustus 2011

New Released Archos G9 101

New Released Archos G9 101

New range of Archos tablets Android has landed. We saw in the G9 Archos 80, but is now the turn of the Archos 101 G9. This is done by the original Archos 101, as expected, but positively destroys his father in the front features - while maintaining a very similar price. Is it too good to be true or Archos has finally looked at a tablet? We take a closer look, ahead of our full review.

G9 The Archos 101 is one of the last attempts at deciphering Archos Tablet PC market - and this is far from the first attempt. He has published five "internet tablet" devices, and that's not even half the number of Android devices in total has been fore-out. Everyone has had a mixed response from critics. The best we have achieved near greatness, no proverbial cigar wrest from the mouths of big fish like the iPad 2.

Archos G9 101 Key Feature
  • 10.1in 1280x800 pixel screen
  • Android 3.2 OS (at retail launch)
  • 16GB flash memory
  • miniHDMI output
  • 1.5GHz dual-core Texas Instruments CPU
Price £249.99

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Rabu, 03 Agustus 2011

Fujitsu LIFEBOOK AH572 Notebook(3D)

Fujitsu's 1st 3D laptop, the LifeBook AH572, isn't designed for gamers. This $999 15-inch notebook is for multimedia professionals who wish to add an extra dimension to watching movies, whether it's Blu-ray blockbusters or on-line content. The AH572 is also the first U.S. notebook to record 3D video, using twin cameras on top of the show. but just how smart is that the 3D expertise, and is that the AH572 well rounded enough to justify spending a grand?

The LifeBook AH572 sports a glossy black plastic chassis with a subtle fleck treatment that lends a little of aptitude while minimizing smudges (at least somewhat). The chrome strip on the front lip of the notebook could be a classy touch, but our eyes were 1st drawn to the odd touchpad configuration; alongside an oblong touchpad could be a smaller circular touchpad used just for scrolling, almost like that on the LifeBook S760. you will also notice two webcam lenses on top of the show for recording 3D video.

At 1.8 inches thick and half-dozen.6 pounds, the LifeBook AH572 isn't a machine you will need to carry around. In fact, it's over a pound heavier than the 15-inch Toshiba Satellite L655, though it's definitely lighter than 15-inch gaming rigs like the MSI GT680 (7.6 pounds).

Cpu: Intel® Core™ i5-2410M Processor
Operating System: Genuine Windows® 7 Home Premium (64 bit)
RAM Upgradable to: 4GB
Hard Drive Size : 500 GB
Hard Drive Speed : 5400 rpm
Hard Drive Type : SATA Hard Drive
Display Size : 15.6
Native Resolution : 1366×768
Optical Drive :
Optical Drive Spee:
Graphics Card: Intel® HD 3000 graphics
Warranty/support : One-year International Limited Warranty
Video Memory: 1.7 GB
Wi-Fi: 802.11 a/b/g/n
Wi-fi model:
Bluetooth: Bluetooth 2.1
Mobile broadband :
Touch Size :
Ports (excluding USB) : eSATA/USB; Ethernet; HDMI; Headphone; Microphone;LAN
USB Ports : 5
Card Stots : MemoryStick®/SD
size : 16.5" x 13" x 6.25".
weight: 2 lbs. 8 oz.
Battery life: up to 7 hours and 50 minutes

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Kamis, 28 Juli 2011

Everex StepNote NC1500 Review

Everex StepNote NC1500 ReviewEverex StepNote NC1500 Review

the Everex StepNote NC1500 is surprisingly giant. it has a 15.4-inch wide-screen show and measures 14.2 inches wide, 10.8 inches deep, and 1.4 inches thick. It weighs 5.6 pounds; add the AC adapter, which rises to six.2 pounds. that is alittle too bulky for carrying around on a commonplace, though it is nice and thin. It's obviously a budget notebook, however it does not look low-cost or feel poorly manufactured. while we wouldn't risk knocking it around too much, the construction and hinges feel solid.

Connections and features are sparse, as you'd expect from a $500 laptop. you will find headphone and mic jacks, three USB a pair of.0 ports, Ethernet and modem jacks, and a VGA output. Networking comes from a typical built-in 802.11a/b/g connection. On the keyboard tray, there's solely a power button, a slightly cramped keyboard, and a typical two-button bit pad, with immeasurable wrist-rest room.

The included 512MB of RAM wasn't a surprise, however it had been nice to seek out a DVD burner and a decent-size 60GB onerous drive, albeit of the slower four,200rpm selection. though these specs are certainly not out of line for a system during this value range, this can be a fixed-configuration system, and these are the specs you are stuck with, so check that it's enough for your needs. The 15.4-inch wide-screen show is giant for a budget laptop and contains a standard 1,280x800 resolution. It's fine for DVD movie watching and internet surfing and is one of the few parts that does not scream "budget."

The secret to the StepNote NC1500's low value and energy potency is that the 1.5GHz Via C7-M processor. The system was able to perform basic office and internet surfing tasks with hardly any noticeable stuttering, however when you compare it to alternative laptops with low-end processors, it faired poorly. In CNET Labs' Multimedia, Photoshop CS2 and iTunes encoding tests, the StepNote was an overseas last place when measured against the HP Compaq Presario V5000T (with a 1.46GHz Celeron M), the Averatec 3360 (1.6GHz Intel Pentium M), and the Toshiba Satellite M115-S1061 (1.6GHz Celeron M).

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