Laptop Reviews-Acer AS5750-2412G50Mnkk (LX.R970C.013) Note Book
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High performance and improved computing speeds are guaranteed with the Acer AS5750-2412G50Mnkk (LX.R970C.013) Note Book. Though it comes in a compact size of 1.3 x 15 x 9.9”, it is packed with a host of advanced functionalities and features. The laptop weighing 2.60 kg is perfect for users who are always on the move. The notebook sporting a 15.6" Active Matrix TFT Colour LCD screen offers easy viewing options. The LED backlit screen supporting 16:9 Aspect Ratio offers support for HDCP.

With DVD-Writer, Webcam, Microphone and Built-in speakers, the device becomes ideal for both work and entertainment. This laptop powered with Intel Dual-core i5-2410M processor running at a speed of 2.30 GHz offers the desired speed and the 2 GB DDR3 SDRAM with maximum of 8 GB capacity makes the product suitable for multitasking. 64-bit processing and Hyper Threading are possible with this device.

Dual memory card slots are featured in this device and it offers support for Secure Digital (SD) Card, xD-Picture Card, MultiMediaCard (MMC), Memory Stick PRO and Memory Stick. Intel HD Graphics is integrated in this device and it offers improved multimedia entertainment.

To cater to your demanding storage needs, the laptop is equipped with 500 GB, Serial ATA 5400 Hard Drive. The featured writer lets you play DVD-RAM/±R/±RW media formats.

With regard to connectivity, it supports Bluetooth, Wi-Fi and Gigabit Ethernet. It is neatly integrated with HDMI ports, 2 USB Ports, 2 USB 2.0 Ports, VGA and Network (RJ-45). It is designed to operate on Linpus Linux OS.

Addition of Keyboard facilitates quick and smarter typing while TouchPad offers quick navigation through the menus. Using 6 cell Lithium Ion (Li-Ion) 4400 mAh capacity batteries, the device offers 4.50 Hour battery life. To ensure security, the device is offered with Kensington Lock Slot and BIOS passwords. This laptop is Energy Star compliant and is backed with One-year International Traveller’s Warranty (ITW).

Attired in black Acer AS5750-2412G50Mnkk (LX.R970C.013) Note Book looks fantastic. It comes bundled with Microsoft Office Starter 2010, Windows Media centre and McAfee PC software and comes along with accessories like Power Adapter, Carrying bag and User manual.



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