Acer Notebooks Reviews - Surprising Truths
The Acer is a brand of notebooks that sits somewhere in the middle. For most people the idea of them being on the high end of quality is usually
nonexistent, with most choosing some of the more decorated brands. However when critiques rated these notebooks, they were pleasantly surprised
and found most of them to be even better than previously thought. This view has changed most minds about the Acer notebook family. With just a few
mild complaints, these notebooks were rated very well.
Acer Aspire 8940G is a notebook with a lot of charm. It offers an Intel core 17 processor with 8GB system memory. You can have the optional blu-ray
feature with a player and writer and Dolby-optimized sound system. This notebook offers a super multi webcam that provides many features when
using the video camera. It has cine surround speakers that allow its five speakers to provide a high quality sound that make movie and video watching
The notebook also has a huge screen at 18.4". It has a large glass screen looking monitor that rates not so well on the glare and reflection aspects.
The keyboard is set up well, with large flat buttons and a mouse pad that is responsive to the touch, with no lag to it. However, some complained that
the mouse pad was too big, making it set up when it wasn`t needed.
The Acer notebook 4810 Timeline is a great new notebook. It offers 14" of monitor space for just the right amount of viewing. It also has an eight hour
battery life which makes it very user friendly and appealing to those that travel. It can be both an Intel core 2 solo and a Pentium dual core processor a
3GB or a 4GB Ram. It offers a 5 in 1 media card reader and Intel GMA integrated graphics. Its portable weight of 2 kg makes it competitive with its
rivals. The weight and size was actually one of the pluses to this notebook. It is very thin and light weight, making it easy to carry and travel with.
The ultra low voltage makes the battery life in this notebook last up to eight hours.