LaunchManager Dritek LaunchManager Application 3.0.04 3.2 MB Aspire 5935G Application Windows 7 32 bit 64 bit
LaunchManager Dritek LaunchManager Application 3.0.04 3.2 MB
Aspire 5935G Application Windows 7 32 bit 64 bit
Acer Aspire 5935G Review by Alex Bentley
As the world’s second biggest-selling laptop vendor, Acer’s comprehensive range covers almost all sectors of the market. Its Aspire 5935G-664G50Mn is a fantastic consumer offering that combines power, mobility and usability with a stylish design. 3D performance is this machine’s key strength. Despite being outperformed by the Toshiba Satellite L555-10R and Samsung R720 (Blu-ray), ample power for home multimedia use is on offer. Whether editing photos or videos or playing games, you will be well equipped for most graphics tasks. A lower-powered Intel GPU is also fitted and you can switch between the two, on the fly, to prioritise mobility over power when necessary. The Nvidia GT240M chip gives 213 minutes of battery power and by switching to the Intel chip, a further 51 minutes of mobility is provided.
Home and office performance is less notable, but there is still plenty of power on offer for most family use, and the dual-core Intel T6600 processor makes it easy to multi-task.
The stunning 15.6-inch widescreen panel adds to the appeal and offers bright, sharp and vibrant images. Colour and contrast are generally strong, although images can appear slightly washed out at times.
An HDMI port lets you connect to an HDTV when back at home, for a bigger picture. While the black chassis lacks an eye-catching colour scheme, its sleek look and blue lighting create an elegant design for the home or office.
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