Acer Aspire 7552 Notebook AMD VGA Driver
The Acer Aspire G is reviewed with video. This is a desktop replacement AMD quad-core system with ATI graphics and a large hard. Acer Aspire G-XG75MN specifications: Laptop, AMD Phenom II X Black Edition, 6 GB, inch, x, ATI Mobility Radeon HD , GB. Acer Aspire G (Aspire G Series) AMD Phenom II X4 N AMD Radeon HD M: Successor of the Mobility Radeon HD with more.
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Acer Aspire 7552 Notebook AMD VGA Driver
Acer Aspire G Review [Video]
The chassis is solid. It feels like this computer will hold up under average use and even survive getting banged about a little bit while in a computer bag. The lid has a textured feel that you would think resists fingerprints. Unfortunately, that is not the case.
You will touch it to adjust the lid and display. But it is not unsightly. The most notable features are the size, the quad core processor and the dedicated graphics.
Having all that screen real-estate with a decent resolution allows for keeping more than one app open on screen at a time. I often have my word processor and other apps open as I do research. Most notebooks do not provide enough room, but this one does. Aside from the size and resolution discussed above, the screen itself is like all other glossy Acer Aspire 7552 Notebook AMD VGA.
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It is horrible in direct sunlight and too reflective unless the room you are in is a little dark. Compared to other glossy screens this one is actually more reflective, making it harder to view even in direct artificial light. If you angle the display Acer Aspire 7552 Notebook AMD VGA right, it looks good. It takes a little finessing.
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The viewing angle is good because of the size. Two or three people could easily share the screen for a movie or to show off pictures in a slide show.
The Acer Aspire 7552 Notebook AMD VGA is a full-sized keyboard with a dedicated number pad. The keys are spaced well enough apart for comfortable typing, but the feel while typing is a little mushy. The keyboard is slightly mushy but better than other Acer keyboards we've tested in the past I had a friend try it out for a little while and he disagreed.
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The point is typists who are used to a top of the line keyboard will not be happy with this one. I am spoiled by the large trackpads of my MacBook Air and Pro. It does offer some gesture control, like a two finger scrolling function, but it is not smooth at all. Like most touchpads it left me searching for my Acer Aspire 7552 Notebook AMD VGA mouse.
A computer of this size is meant to be a desktop replacement used for multimedia and gaming.
The Acer Aspire 7552 Notebook AMD VGA drive is an average rpm drive. The large cover hides the RAM slots and both hard drive bays If we were using this thing on a regular basis we would add a small capacity SSD to the second drive bay and run the OS on it and then upgrade the internal GB drive to a faster rpm drive. With that configuration this thing would be much faster.
As it is most people will be pretty happy with the way it handles games and crunching movies, photos, and large databases. However, hard core gamers should move on to another computer. This is for consumers who do a lot of different things, but none of them very seriously.
We asked a friend who runs an app with a large database to install it and run it. He said it handled it well. The same app was slow on his older Acer with an AMD dual-core processor.
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One review we read said that performance in their tests was terrible. The computer did not do well in their benchmarks. To summarize the performance, this computer is slightly above average and nothing more.
We enjoyed watching some streaming video on it. The only weakness here was the sound, but with headphones or a Acer Aspire 7552 Notebook AMD VGA desktop speaker system it would be pretty good. We installed Steam and played a few of our collection of games. For casual gaming or last generation games, this computer does well so long as you add an external mouse.