Excerpt: Price is an important factor with any product, including notebooks. Even though there might be new waves of notebooks washing up on Indian shores, consumers are constantly looking for affordable solutions. Each brand has its own model placed across price ranges. Acer has recently launched the Aspire 5750Z (AS5750Z-B942G50Mnkk), a notebook priced under the Rs. 30,000 mark and based on Intel’s slightly older Sandy Bridge architecture.
Conclusion: Despite the fact that the Acer Aspire 5750G trailed the Lenovo G570 on our productivity and media-file-conversion tests, we saw plenty to like in this laptop. The feature list, the improvements in sound quality, the long battery life, and its impressive 3D performance make for a very well-rounded machine for the money.
Pros: Strong 3D performance for the price, Supports Nvidia Optimus graphics-switching technology, Excellent battery life, Slick Clear.fi multimedia application
Cons: Mediocre Webcam, Subdued design, No dedicated media-control keys
Conclusion: The Acer Aspire AS5733Z laptop has been expressly engineered to meet the everyday computing and leisure needs of discerning end-users hankering after a temperately priced machine. It offers great multitasking, good connectivity options and pretty impressive graphics. At the given price-point, the Acer Aspire AS5750 tidily packages excellent features and adroit performance into a stylish design, and certainly delivers a bigger bang for your buck!
Summary: This is probably the most powerful notebook that I have ever used. A look at the Windows Experience index will show that. If you are looking for a powerful notebook then this should certainly be on a very short list of items.