Tuesday, August 9, 2011

New Laptop: Acer Aspire 8951G: Full HD notebook with a special touchpad

Depending on the price potters in the Acer Aspire 8951G-i, a core processor (Sandy Bridge) with two to four cores and a clock speed of up to 2.6 gigahertz (GHz) or 3.4 GHz Turbo mode is active. Acer installed four gigabytes (GB) of RAM, which can be upgraded as needed to a maximum of 16 GB. The image calculation assumes an Nvidia graphics card with DirectX 11 support.

Five built-in stereo speakers promise rich sound in film, music and games. The Aspire 8951G has an 18.4-inch LCD display with full HD resolution (1920x1080 pixels). Add an optional Blu-ray drive can therefore play high definition movies directly on your notebook. Alternatively, you connect via HDMI to an external monitor or TV.

Great music and movie collections to fit on the 750-GB hard disk. Upon request, Acer built a second memory (SSD or HDD). Per network jack, you create a wired Internet connection. Wireless n standard for WLAN and Bluetooth 3.0, Acer notebook also masters. There are four USB ports, one of which supports 3.0-tempo.

The HD Webcam records with 1.280x720 pixels. The Aspire 8951G also has card reader, eSATA, VGA, and audio jacks. The touchpad of the Acer notebook can be removed. To use it as a remote control for example. Acer also promises that the "power smart battery" after 1,000 cycles still retains 80 percent of their capacity.

Conventional batteries already pay for about 300 charges a noticeable performance.

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